Automatic detection of changes in ontology

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Automatic detection of changes in ontology

Pramit Bhattacharyya
Hi,

I am trying to detect changes in ontology automatically without using any
button to refresh the ontology or using functions like
ACTIVEONTOLOGYCHANGED. Is there any function that can help me to detect
changes in ontology without refreshing the ontology?

Thanks abd Regards,

Pramit Bhattacharyya.



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Re: Automatic detection of changes in ontology

Matthew Horridge-2
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Hi Pramit,

You should and an OWLOntologyChange listener to the OWLModelManager.  This will allow you to be informed of every change in every ontology.

Cheers,

Matthew


> On Oct 16, 2019, at 22:50, Pramit Bhattacharyya <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I am trying to detect changes in ontology automatically without using any
> button to refresh the ontology or using functions like
> ACTIVEONTOLOGYCHANGED. Is there any function that can help me to detect
> changes in ontology without refreshing the ontology?
>
> Thanks abd Regards,
>
> Pramit Bhattacharyya.
>
>
>
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