of course you must know that wiki systems have the property that any word
with capitalization in the middle of the word becomes a hyperlink. This is
setting a type of use standard... so I conjecture that you have wanted to
apply this to something to do with OWL or RDF mediated processing.
A group I am working with is contemplating a combination of Ajax, wiki and
MIndjet Mindmanager, where automated URI's in the gui are supported. We are
looking for others who are seeing the same path forward.
The notion is to focus on managed vocabularies having shallow RDF type
ontology as a means to mediate web service requests and responses. The
group is extending the OASIS ebSOA standard..
By shallow, we mean a minimal number of subsumption relationship. I am
willing to talk off line about this.
which has about 30 really interesting plugins or near plugins
From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]]On Behalf Of Marko
Sent: Monday, February 06, 2006 3:23 PM
To: [hidden email] Subject: [protege-discussion] URI and Hyperlinking..
...Does anyone know if there is a plugin or some functionality in
Protege (3.1+) to make it so that any xsd:URI is a functioning
Thanks for your time,
Marko A. Rodriguez
CCS-3 Modeling, Algorithms and Informatics
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Phone +1 505 606 1691
Fax +1 505 665 6452
Protege comes with an URL widget that makes simple links (e.g., no pdf)
active. I don't know of anything that would make *any* xsd:UrI functional.
Marko Rodriguez wrote:
> ...Does anyone know if there is a plugin or some functionality in
> Protege (3.1+) to make it so that any xsd:URI is a functioning
> Thanks for your time,
Samson Tu email: [hidden email] Senior Research Scientist web: www.stanford.edu/~swt/
Stanford Medical Informatics phone: 1-650-725-3391
Stanford University fax: 1-650-725-7944
The URL widget is available for string-type slot/property (including
xsd:anyURI in Protege OWL) that has max cardinality 1. Go to forms tab
of the class that has the slot/property, and configure the slot widget
of the slot/property to be the URLwidget.
Marko Rodriguez wrote:
> How do you activate that widget? Do I need to make my link value a
> particular type? (meaning not xsd:URI, but some other type)
> Thanks for your help,
> On Mon, 2006-02-06 at 17:57 -0800, Samson Tu wrote:
>>Protege comes with an URL widget that makes simple links (e.g., no pdf)
>>active. I don't know of anything that would make *any* xsd:UrI functional.
>>Marko Rodriguez wrote:
>>>...Does anyone know if there is a plugin or some functionality in
>>>Protege (3.1+) to make it so that any xsd:URI is a functioning
>>>Thanks for your time,