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Rajverma
Hi,

I'm not able to come into terms with this SWRL tab... I tried to make this SWRL tab work, some time ago, and gave up as it never seemed to work for me... don't know whether the problem was/is because I'm using proxy server...

As I saw some post regarding the latest updates in SWRL I wanted to have a try again with the new build(324)... hmmh, the same problem... I check the box for SWRL tab in the OWL preferences, then I see a SWRL tab in the protégé GUI, but when I go to this tab there is nothing but this beautiful line as usual that says "Your ontology needs to import the SWRL ontology (http://www.w3.org/2003/11/swrl#)."

Well, I expected that this ontology shud be there in my local repositories of Protégé... As I couldn't see anything abt SWRL in protégé plugin folders, I tried to 'Activate SWRL' by clicking on this button... Then it popped up again this beautiful window with the title 'Unresolved import' stating that the system could not find the ontology, and that I should select 'Add Repository' to add a repository that contains this ontology, or 'Cancel' to stop loading and exit... Well, things suck from here... I just can't find this file from my local repositories nor could I download it from the net... so what's going on here??

If the problem is with my proxy, could some one tell me how to inform Protégé about the proxy settings of my system...

Thanx,
Raj



-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] Im Auftrag von Jennifer Vendetti
Gesendet: Samstag, 24. Juni 2006 02:51
An: [hidden email]
Betreff: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)


There is a new beta build available on our Web site:

http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/full/
http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/basic/

Changes in Protege-OWL
--------------------------
1.  Many minor bug fixes for the initial SWRL-Jess bridge release.  
Major fix for built-in support - the core SWRL built-ins should now work
for string and integer types.  The remaining types will be supported
shortly.  Thanks go to Martin O'Connor for these contributions.


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[protege-owl] Re: AW: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)

aabhas paliwal
Dr Adam,

This message is what I see on the registration page, not the main site. I
shall show it to you later today. Would you please go over the conference
version and let me know of the changes. I still have to work on a couple
of figures, other than that it is done.

-aabhas

Aabhas V. Paliwal
PhD Candidate - Information Technology,
Center for Information Management, Integration and Connectivity (CIMIC),
RUTGERS University, New Jersey.


On Mon, 26 Jun 2006, Mudunuri, Raj wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I'm not able to come into terms with this SWRL tab... I tried to make this SWRL tab work, some time ago, and gave up as it never seemed to work for me... don't know whether the problem was/is because I'm using proxy server...
>
> As I saw some post regarding the latest updates in SWRL I wanted to have a try again with the new build(324)... hmmh, the same problem... I check the box for SWRL tab in the OWL preferences, then I see a SWRL tab in the protégé GUI, but when I go to this tab there is nothing but this beautiful line as usual that says "Your ontology needs to import the SWRL ontology (http://www.w3.org/2003/11/swrl#)."
>
> Well, I expected that this ontology shud be there in my local repositories of Protégé... As I couldn't see anything abt SWRL in protégé plugin folders, I tried to 'Activate SWRL' by clicking on this button... Then it popped up again this beautiful window with the title 'Unresolved import' stating that the system could not find the ontology, and that I should select 'Add Repository' to add a repository that contains this ontology, or 'Cancel' to stop loading and exit... Well, things suck from here... I just can't find this file from my local repositories nor could I download it from the net... so what's going on here??
>
> If the problem is with my proxy, could some one tell me how to inform Protégé about the proxy settings of my system...
>
> Thanx,
> Raj
>
>
>
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] Im Auftrag von Jennifer Vendetti
> Gesendet: Samstag, 24. Juni 2006 02:51
> An: [hidden email]
> Betreff: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)
>
>
> There is a new beta build available on our Web site:
>
> http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/full/
> http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/basic/
>
> Changes in Protege-OWL
> --------------------------
> 1.  Many minor bug fixes for the initial SWRL-Jess bridge release.
> Major fix for built-in support - the core SWRL built-ins should now work
> for string and integer types.  The remaining types will be supported
> shortly.  Thanks go to Martin O'Connor for these contributions.
>
>
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> To unsubscribe go to http://protege.stanford.edu/community/subscribe.html
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[protege-owl] Re: AW: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)

Hugo Ferreira
In reply to this post by Rajverma
Hello,

> If the problem is with my proxy, could some one tell me how to inform
> Protégé about the proxy settings of my system...
>
Check the archives. Message on the 13/06/06 explains this.

HF

Mudunuri, Raj wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I'm not able to come into terms with this SWRL tab... I tried to make this SWRL tab work, some time ago, and gave up as it never seemed to work for me... don't know whether the problem was/is because I'm using proxy server...
>
> As I saw some post regarding the latest updates in SWRL I wanted to have a try again with the new build(324)... hmmh, the same problem... I check the box for SWRL tab in the OWL preferences, then I see a SWRL tab in the protégé GUI, but when I go to this tab there is nothing but this beautiful line as usual that says "Your ontology needs to import the SWRL ontology (http://www.w3.org/2003/11/swrl#)."
>
> Well, I expected that this ontology shud be there in my local repositories of Protégé... As I couldn't see anything abt SWRL in protégé plugin folders, I tried to 'Activate SWRL' by clicking on this button... Then it popped up again this beautiful window with the title 'Unresolved import' stating that the system could not find the ontology, and that I should select 'Add Repository' to add a repository that contains this ontology, or 'Cancel' to stop loading and exit... Well, things suck from here... I just can't find this file from my local repositories nor could I download it from the net... so what's going on here??
>
> If the problem is with my proxy, could some one tell me how to inform Protégé about the proxy settings of my system...
>
> Thanx,
> Raj
>
>
>
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] Im Auftrag von Jennifer Vendetti
> Gesendet: Samstag, 24. Juni 2006 02:51
> An: [hidden email]
> Betreff: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)
>
>
> There is a new beta build available on our Web site:
>
> http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/full/
> http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/basic/
>
> Changes in Protege-OWL
> --------------------------
> 1.  Many minor bug fixes for the initial SWRL-Jess bridge release.  
> Major fix for built-in support - the core SWRL built-ins should now work
> for string and integer types.  The remaining types will be supported
> shortly.  Thanks go to Martin O'Connor for these contributions.
>
>
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> To unsubscribe go to http://protege.stanford.edu/community/subscribe.html
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[protege-owl] Re: AW: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)

Martin O'Connor
In reply to this post by Rajverma

The VM options to set the proxy port are in the run_protege.bat file:

-DproxyHost=<myProxy> -DproxyPort=<myPort>

The swrl.owl and swrlb.owl files can be found under the "Global
Repositories" tab in the "Add Repository" window.

However, if you set your VM options as above to point to your proxy
server you should not need to use the repositories.

Martin


Mudunuri, Raj wrote:

>Hi,
>
>I'm not able to come into terms with this SWRL tab... I tried to make this SWRL tab work, some time ago, and gave up as it never seemed to work for me... don't know whether the problem was/is because I'm using proxy server...
>
>As I saw some post regarding the latest updates in SWRL I wanted to have a try again with the new build(324)... hmmh, the same problem... I check the box for SWRL tab in the OWL preferences, then I see a SWRL tab in the protégé GUI, but when I go to this tab there is nothing but this beautiful line as usual that says "Your ontology needs to import the SWRL ontology (http://www.w3.org/2003/11/swrl#)."
>
>Well, I expected that this ontology shud be there in my local repositories of Protégé... As I couldn't see anything abt SWRL in protégé plugin folders, I tried to 'Activate SWRL' by clicking on this button... Then it popped up again this beautiful window with the title 'Unresolved import' stating that the system could not find the ontology, and that I should select 'Add Repository' to add a repository that contains this ontology, or 'Cancel' to stop loading and exit... Well, things suck from here... I just can't find this file from my local repositories nor could I download it from the net... so what's going on here??
>
>If the problem is with my proxy, could some one tell me how to inform Protégé about the proxy settings of my system...
>
>Thanx,
>Raj
>
>
>
>-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>Von: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] Im Auftrag von Jennifer Vendetti
>Gesendet: Samstag, 24. Juni 2006 02:51
>An: [hidden email]
>Betreff: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)
>
>
>There is a new beta build available on our Web site:
>
>http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/full/
>http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/basic/
>
>Changes in Protege-OWL
>--------------------------
>1.  Many minor bug fixes for the initial SWRL-Jess bridge release.  
>Major fix for built-in support - the core SWRL built-ins should now work
>for string and integer types.  The remaining types will be supported
>shortly.  Thanks go to Martin O'Connor for these contributions.
>
>
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>
>  
>

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[protege-owl] AW: Re: AW: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)

Rajverma
In reply to this post by Rajverma
Hi Marten,

Thanq for the suggestion, but I'm still not able to get it work... by "Global Repositories" tab do you mean Metadata tab? I could not find this Global Repositories tab anywhere in Protégé GUI... If I assume that this tab is within SWRL tab then my problem is well before that, I'm not able to even open the SWRL tab...

These are the steps that I followed...

1. I installed the latest Protégé 3.2 beta build 324
2. I checked the SWRL tab check-box in the Owl-Preferences-Tabs
3. I went to the SWRL tab in the Protégé GUI and there is nothing there except that it says I have to import SWRL ontology
4. I pressed the Activate SWRL button and then it popped up the Unresolved Import window stating that the system cannot find the ontology
5. So I tried to Add Repository
6. As there in no local repository I selected http option, and then it gives an error stating that 'The document pointed by http://www.daml.org/rules/proposal/swrl.owl does not appear to be a valid ontology
7. I click Ok, it then again pops up this unresolved import
8. Now I click cancel (twice), then it has these two URIs (http://www.daml.org/rules/proposal/swrl.owl and swrlb.owl) in the ontology browser of the Metadata tab, and nothing in the SWRL tab. (Even the name on the SWRL tab doesn't appear anymore except a red square with parrot green border)
9. When I click on any of the URIs in the ontology browser of Metadata tab, it opens our intranet home page in the individual editor (of the Metadata tab), so that means it is not able to access the net
10. I included the proxy settings in run_protege.bat file as follows:
set OPTIONS= %MAX_MEMORY% -DproxyHost=<139.18.233.236> -DproxyPort=<8080>

Even then it doesn't work :( I don't know why! Is the syntax wrong? Is there any way that I can solve this SWRL problem!? Is there any other way to force the protégé to access the net with user given settings?

I wonder why there is nothing abt SWRL in the Protégé package itself!! Why aren't these swrl ontologies included with the protégé setup itself, as a kind of plugin??

Thankyou,
Raj



 

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] Im Auftrag von Martin O'Connor
Gesendet: Dienstag, 27. Juni 2006 00:59
An: [hidden email]
Betreff: [protege-owl] Re: AW: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)


The VM options to set the proxy port are in the run_protege.bat file:

-DproxyHost=<myProxy> -DproxyPort=<myPort>

The swrl.owl and swrlb.owl files can be found under the "Global
Repositories" tab in the "Add Repository" window.

However, if you set your VM options as above to point to your proxy
server you should not need to use the repositories.

Martin


Mudunuri, Raj wrote:

>Hi,
>
>I'm not able to come into terms with this SWRL tab... I tried to make this SWRL tab work, some time ago, and gave up as it never seemed to work for me... don't know whether the problem was/is because I'm using proxy server...
>
>As I saw some post regarding the latest updates in SWRL I wanted to have a try again with the new build(324)... hmmh, the same problem... I check the box for SWRL tab in the OWL preferences, then I see a SWRL tab in the protégé GUI, but when I go to this tab there is nothing but this beautiful line as usual that says "Your ontology needs to import the SWRL ontology (http://www.w3.org/2003/11/swrl#)."
>
>Well, I expected that this ontology shud be there in my local repositories of Protégé... As I couldn't see anything abt SWRL in protégé plugin folders, I tried to 'Activate SWRL' by clicking on this button... Then it popped up again this beautiful window with the title 'Unresolved import' stating that the system could not find the ontology, and that I should select 'Add Repository' to add a repository that contains this ontology, or 'Cancel' to stop loading and exit... Well, things suck from here... I just can't find this file from my local repositories nor could I download it from the net... so what's going on here??
>
>If the problem is with my proxy, could some one tell me how to inform Protégé about the proxy settings of my system...
>
>Thanx,
>Raj
>
>
>
>-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>Von: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] Im Auftrag von Jennifer Vendetti
>Gesendet: Samstag, 24. Juni 2006 02:51
>An: [hidden email]
>Betreff: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)
>
>
>There is a new beta build available on our Web site:
>
>http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/full/
>http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/basic/
>
>Changes in Protege-OWL
>--------------------------
>1.  Many minor bug fixes for the initial SWRL-Jess bridge release.  
>Major fix for built-in support - the core SWRL built-ins should now work
>for string and integer types.  The remaining types will be supported
>shortly.  Thanks go to Martin O'Connor for these contributions.
>
>
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>
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[protege-owl] Re: AW: Re: AW: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)

Tania Tudorache
Raj,

thank you for the detailed bug report. This problem occurs only if you
are not connected to the internet when you try to activate the SWRLTab
and we are aware of it and we are working on solving it.

However, you may still be able to use the SWRLTab.

First solution is to be connected to the internet. You did not set the
proxy right. Don't use the angle brackets in the run_protege.bat file.

The line in run_protege.bat should look like this:

set OPTIONS= %MAX_MEMORY% -DproxyHost=139.18.233.236 -DproxyPort=8080

Then, start Protege by running the run_protege.bat (not with
Protege.exe). Create a new project, enable the SWRLTab from the
Configure menu, and click on "Activate SWRL" button. If your proxy
settings are correct and you are connected to the internet, then SWRL
should be able to activate fine.

If this doesn't work, then open the owl file that I have attached to
this email and then activate the SWRLTab. The owl file is an empty owl
file that contains the SWRL imports in it. This can be an temporary
solution until we fix the SWRL activation problem for the case that you
are not connected to the internet.

Tania



Mudunuri, Raj wrote:

>Hi Marten,
>
>Thanq for the suggestion, but I'm still not able to get it work... by "Global Repositories" tab do you mean Metadata tab? I could not find this Global Repositories tab anywhere in Protégé GUI... If I assume that this tab is within SWRL tab then my problem is well before that, I'm not able to even open the SWRL tab...
>
>These are the steps that I followed...
>
>1. I installed the latest Protégé 3.2 beta build 324
>2. I checked the SWRL tab check-box in the Owl-Preferences-Tabs
>3. I went to the SWRL tab in the Protégé GUI and there is nothing there except that it says I have to import SWRL ontology
>4. I pressed the Activate SWRL button and then it popped up the Unresolved Import window stating that the system cannot find the ontology
>5. So I tried to Add Repository
>6. As there in no local repository I selected http option, and then it gives an error stating that 'The document pointed by http://www.daml.org/rules/proposal/swrl.owl does not appear to be a valid ontology
>7. I click Ok, it then again pops up this unresolved import
>8. Now I click cancel (twice), then it has these two URIs (http://www.daml.org/rules/proposal/swrl.owl and swrlb.owl) in the ontology browser of the Metadata tab, and nothing in the SWRL tab. (Even the name on the SWRL tab doesn't appear anymore except a red square with parrot green border)
>9. When I click on any of the URIs in the ontology browser of Metadata tab, it opens our intranet home page in the individual editor (of the Metadata tab), so that means it is not able to access the net
>10. I included the proxy settings in run_protege.bat file as follows:
>set OPTIONS= %MAX_MEMORY% -DproxyHost=<139.18.233.236> -DproxyPort=<8080>
>
>Even then it doesn't work :( I don't know why! Is the syntax wrong? Is there any way that I can solve this SWRL problem!? Is there any other way to force the protégé to access the net with user given settings?
>
>I wonder why there is nothing abt SWRL in the Protégé package itself!! Why aren't these swrl ontologies included with the protégé setup itself, as a kind of plugin??
>
>Thankyou,
>Raj
>
>
>
>
>
>-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>Von: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] Im Auftrag von Martin O'Connor
>Gesendet: Dienstag, 27. Juni 2006 00:59
>An: [hidden email]
>Betreff: [protege-owl] Re: AW: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)
>
>
>The VM options to set the proxy port are in the run_protege.bat file:
>
>-DproxyHost=<myProxy> -DproxyPort=<myPort>
>
>The swrl.owl and swrlb.owl files can be found under the "Global
>Repositories" tab in the "Add Repository" window.
>
>However, if you set your VM options as above to point to your proxy
>server you should not need to use the repositories.
>
>Martin
>
>
>Mudunuri, Raj wrote:
>
>  
>
>>Hi,
>>
>>I'm not able to come into terms with this SWRL tab... I tried to make this SWRL tab work, some time ago, and gave up as it never seemed to work for me... don't know whether the problem was/is because I'm using proxy server...
>>
>>As I saw some post regarding the latest updates in SWRL I wanted to have a try again with the new build(324)... hmmh, the same problem... I check the box for SWRL tab in the OWL preferences, then I see a SWRL tab in the protégé GUI, but when I go to this tab there is nothing but this beautiful line as usual that says "Your ontology needs to import the SWRL ontology (http://www.w3.org/2003/11/swrl#)."
>>
>>Well, I expected that this ontology shud be there in my local repositories of Protégé... As I couldn't see anything abt SWRL in protégé plugin folders, I tried to 'Activate SWRL' by clicking on this button... Then it popped up again this beautiful window with the title 'Unresolved import' stating that the system could not find the ontology, and that I should select 'Add Repository' to add a repository that contains this ontology, or 'Cancel' to stop loading and exit... Well, things suck from here... I just can't find this file from my local repositories nor could I download it from the net... so what's going on here??
>>
>>If the problem is with my proxy, could some one tell me how to inform Protégé about the proxy settings of my system...
>>
>>Thanx,
>>Raj
>>
>>
>>
>>-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>>Von: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] Im Auftrag von Jennifer Vendetti
>>Gesendet: Samstag, 24. Juni 2006 02:51
>>An: [hidden email]
>>Betreff: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)
>>
>>
>>There is a new beta build available on our Web site:
>>
>>http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/full/
>>http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/basic/
>>
>>Changes in Protege-OWL
>>--------------------------
>>1.  Many minor bug fixes for the initial SWRL-Jess bridge release.  
>>Major fix for built-in support - the core SWRL built-ins should now work
>>for string and integer types.  The remaining types will be supported
>>shortly.  Thanks go to Martin O'Connor for these contributions.
>>
>>
>>-------------------------------------------------------------------------
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>>
>>
>>
>>
>>    
>>
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<?xml version="1.0"?>
<rdf:RDF
    xmlns="http://www.owl-ontologies.com/Ontology1151356677.owl#"
    xmlns:rdf="http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#"
    xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#"
    xmlns:rdfs="http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#"
    xmlns:owl="http://www.w3.org/2002/07/owl#"
  xml:base="http://www.owl-ontologies.com/Ontology1151356677.owl">  
  <owl:Ontology rdf:about="">
    <owl:imports rdf:resource="http://www.w3.org/2003/11/swrl"/>
    <owl:imports rdf:resource="http://www.w3.org/2003/11/swrlb"/>
  </owl:Ontology>
</rdf:RDF>

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[protege-owl] Re: AW: Re: AW: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)

Congmin min
Hi, How to start OWLViz in Protege? I just installed Protege 3.2 Beta?

I can't seem OWLViz in Protege?

Thank you for information.

On 6/27/06, Tania Tudorache <[hidden email]> wrote:
Raj,

thank you for the detailed bug report. This problem occurs only if you
are not connected to the internet when you try to activate the SWRLTab
and we are aware of it and we are working on solving it.

However, you may still be able to use the SWRLTab.

First solution is to be connected to the internet. You did not set the
proxy right. Don't use the angle brackets in the run_protege.bat file.

The line in run_protege.bat should look like this:

set OPTIONS= %MAX_MEMORY% -DproxyHost=139.18.233.236 -DproxyPort=8080

Then, start Protege by running the run_protege.bat (not with
Protege.exe). Create a new project, enable the SWRLTab from the
Configure menu, and click on "Activate SWRL" button. If your proxy
settings are correct and you are connected to the internet, then SWRL
should be able to activate fine.

If this doesn't work, then open the owl file that I have attached to
this email and then activate the SWRLTab. The owl file is an empty owl
file that contains the SWRL imports in it. This can be an temporary
solution until we fix the SWRL activation problem for the case that you
are not connected to the internet.

Tania



Mudunuri, Raj wrote:

>Hi Marten,
>
>Thanq for the suggestion, but I'm still not able to get it work... by "Global Repositories" tab do you mean Metadata tab? I could not find this Global Repositories tab anywhere in Protégé GUI... If I assume that this tab is within SWRL tab then my problem is well before that, I'm not able to even open the SWRL tab...
>
>These are the steps that I followed...
>
>1. I installed the latest Protégé 3.2 beta build 324
>2. I checked the SWRL tab check-box in the Owl-Preferences-Tabs
>3. I went to the SWRL tab in the Protégé GUI and there is nothing there except that it says I have to import SWRL ontology
>4. I pressed the Activate SWRL button and then it popped up the Unresolved Import window stating that the system cannot find the ontology
>5. So I tried to Add Repository
>6. As there in no local repository I selected http option, and then it gives an error stating that 'The document pointed by http://www.daml.org/rules/proposal/swrl.owl does not appear to be a valid ontology
>7. I click Ok, it then again pops up this unresolved import
>8. Now I click cancel (twice), then it has these two URIs ( http://www.daml.org/rules/proposal/swrl.owl and swrlb.owl) in the ontology browser of the Metadata tab, and nothing in the SWRL tab. (Even the name on the SWRL tab doesn't appear anymore except a red square with parrot green border)
>9. When I click on any of the URIs in the ontology browser of Metadata tab, it opens our intranet home page in the individual editor (of the Metadata tab), so that means it is not able to access the net
>10. I included the proxy settings in run_protege.bat file as follows:
>set OPTIONS= %MAX_MEMORY% -DproxyHost=<139.18.233.236 > -DproxyPort=<8080>
>
>Even then it doesn't work :( I don't know why! Is the syntax wrong? Is there any way that I can solve this SWRL problem!? Is there any other way to force the protégé to access the net with user given settings?
>
>I wonder why there is nothing abt SWRL in the Protégé package itself!! Why aren't these swrl ontologies included with the protégé setup itself, as a kind of plugin??
>
>Thankyou,
>Raj
>
>
>
>
>
>-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>Von: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] Im Auftrag von Martin O'Connor
>Gesendet: Dienstag, 27. Juni 2006 00:59
>An: [hidden email]
>Betreff: [protege-owl] Re: AW: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)
>
>
>The VM options to set the proxy port are in the run_protege.bat file:
>
>-DproxyHost=<myProxy> -DproxyPort=<myPort>
>
>The swrl.owl and swrlb.owl files can be found under the "Global
>Repositories" tab in the "Add Repository" window.
>
>However, if you set your VM options as above to point to your proxy
>server you should not need to use the repositories.
>
>Martin
>
>
>Mudunuri, Raj wrote:
>
>
>

>>Hi,
>>
>>I'm not able to come into terms with this SWRL tab... I tried to make this SWRL tab work, some time ago, and gave up as it never seemed to work for me... don't know whether the problem was/is because I'm using proxy server...
>>
>>As I saw some post regarding the latest updates in SWRL I wanted to have a try again with the new build(324)... hmmh, the same problem... I check the box for SWRL tab in the OWL preferences, then I see a SWRL tab in the protégé GUI, but when I go to this tab there is nothing but this beautiful line as usual that says "Your ontology needs to import the SWRL ontology (http://www.w3.org/2003/11/swrl#)."
>>
>>Well, I expected that this ontology shud be there in my local repositories of Protégé... As I couldn't see anything abt SWRL in protégé plugin folders, I tried to 'Activate SWRL' by clicking on this button... Then it popped up again this beautiful window with the title 'Unresolved import' stating that the system could not find the ontology, and that I should select 'Add Repository' to add a repository that contains this ontology, or 'Cancel' to stop loading and exit... Well, things suck from here... I just can't find this file from my local repositories nor could I download it from the net... so what's going on here??
>>
>>If the problem is with my proxy, could some one tell me how to inform Protégé about the proxy settings of my system...
>>
>>Thanx,
>>Raj
>>
>>
>>
>>-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>>Von: [hidden email] [mailto: [hidden email]] Im Auftrag von Jennifer Vendetti
>>Gesendet: Samstag, 24. Juni 2006 02:51
>>An: [hidden email]
>>Betreff: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)
>>
>>
>>There is a new beta build available on our Web site:
>>
>> http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/full/
>>http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/basic/
>>
>>Changes in Protege-OWL
>>--------------------------
>>1.  Many minor bug fixes for the initial SWRL-Jess bridge release.
>>Major fix for built-in support - the core SWRL built-ins should now work
>>for string and integer types.  The remaining types will be supported
>>shortly.  Thanks go to Martin O'Connor for these contributions.
>>
>>
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Tania Tudorache
You can find very detailed installation documentation and user guide for
OWLViz here: http://www.co-ode.org/downloads/owlviz/OWLVizGuide.pdf

Tania

Congmin min wrote:

> Hi, How to start OWLViz in Protege? I just installed Protege 3.2 Beta?
>
> I can't seem OWLViz in Protege?
>
> Thank you for information.
>
> On 6/27/06, *Tania Tudorache* <[hidden email]
> <mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>
>     Raj,
>
>     thank you for the detailed bug report. This problem occurs only if you
>     are not connected to the internet when you try to activate the SWRLTab
>     and we are aware of it and we are working on solving it.
>
>     However, you may still be able to use the SWRLTab.
>
>     First solution is to be connected to the internet. You did not set the
>     proxy right. Don't use the angle brackets in the run_protege.bat file.
>
>     The line in run_protege.bat should look like this:
>
>     set OPTIONS= %MAX_MEMORY% -DproxyHost=139.18.233.236
>     <http://139.18.233.236> -DproxyPort=8080
>
>     Then, start Protege by running the run_protege.bat (not with
>     Protege.exe). Create a new project, enable the SWRLTab from the
>     Configure menu, and click on "Activate SWRL" button. If your proxy
>     settings are correct and you are connected to the internet, then SWRL
>     should be able to activate fine.
>
>     If this doesn't work, then open the owl file that I have attached to
>     this email and then activate the SWRLTab. The owl file is an empty owl
>     file that contains the SWRL imports in it. This can be an temporary
>     solution until we fix the SWRL activation problem for the case
>     that you
>     are not connected to the internet.
>
>     Tania
>
>
>
>     Mudunuri, Raj wrote:
>
>     >Hi Marten,
>     >
>     >Thanq for the suggestion, but I'm still not able to get it
>     work... by "Global Repositories" tab do you mean Metadata tab? I
>     could not find this Global Repositories tab anywhere in Protégé
>     GUI... If I assume that this tab is within SWRL tab then my
>     problem is well before that, I'm not able to even open the SWRL tab...
>     >
>     >These are the steps that I followed...
>     >
>     >1. I installed the latest Protégé 3.2 beta build 324
>     >2. I checked the SWRL tab check-box in the Owl-Preferences-Tabs
>     >3. I went to the SWRL tab in the Protégé GUI and there is nothing
>     there except that it says I have to import SWRL ontology
>     >4. I pressed the Activate SWRL button and then it popped up the
>     Unresolved Import window stating that the system cannot find the
>     ontology
>     >5. So I tried to Add Repository
>     >6. As there in no local repository I selected http option, and
>     then it gives an error stating that 'The document pointed by
>     http://www.daml.org/rules/proposal/swrl.owl does not appear to be
>     a valid ontology
>     >7. I click Ok, it then again pops up this unresolved import
>     >8. Now I click cancel (twice), then it has these two URIs (
>     http://www.daml.org/rules/proposal/swrl.owl and swrlb.owl) in the
>     ontology browser of the Metadata tab, and nothing in the SWRL tab.
>     (Even the name on the SWRL tab doesn't appear anymore except a red
>     square with parrot green border)
>     >9. When I click on any of the URIs in the ontology browser of
>     Metadata tab, it opens our intranet home page in the individual
>     editor (of the Metadata tab), so that means it is not able to
>     access the net
>     >10. I included the proxy settings in run_protege.bat file as follows:
>     >set OPTIONS= %MAX_MEMORY% -DproxyHost=<139.18.233.236
>     <http://139.18.233.236> > -DproxyPort=<8080>
>     >
>     >Even then it doesn't work :( I don't know why! Is the syntax
>     wrong? Is there any way that I can solve this SWRL problem!? Is
>     there any other way to force the protégé to access the net with
>     user given settings?
>     >
>     >I wonder why there is nothing abt SWRL in the Protégé package
>     itself!! Why aren't these swrl ontologies included with the
>     protégé setup itself, as a kind of plugin??
>     >
>     >Thankyou,
>     >Raj
>     >
>     >
>     >
>     >
>     >
>     >-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>     >Von: [hidden email]
>     <mailto:[hidden email]>
>     [mailto:[hidden email]
>     <mailto:[hidden email]>] Im Auftrag von
>     Martin O'Connor
>     >Gesendet: Dienstag, 27. Juni 2006 00:59
>     >An: [hidden email]
>     <mailto:[hidden email]>
>     >Betreff: [protege-owl] Re: AW: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta
>     update (build 324)
>     >
>     >
>     >The VM options to set the proxy port are in the run_protege.bat file:
>     >
>     >-DproxyHost=<myProxy> -DproxyPort=<myPort>
>     >
>     >The swrl.owl and swrlb.owl files can be found under the "Global
>     >Repositories" tab in the "Add Repository" window.
>     >
>     >However, if you set your VM options as above to point to your proxy
>     >server you should not need to use the repositories.
>     >
>     >Martin
>     >
>     >
>     >Mudunuri, Raj wrote:
>     >
>     >
>     >
>     >>Hi,
>     >>
>     >>I'm not able to come into terms with this SWRL tab... I tried to
>     make this SWRL tab work, some time ago, and gave up as it never
>     seemed to work for me... don't know whether the problem was/is
>     because I'm using proxy server...
>     >>
>     >>As I saw some post regarding the latest updates in SWRL I wanted
>     to have a try again with the new build(324)... hmmh, the same
>     problem... I check the box for SWRL tab in the OWL preferences,
>     then I see a SWRL tab in the protégé GUI, but when I go to this
>     tab there is nothing but this beautiful line as usual that says
>     "Your ontology needs to import the SWRL ontology
>     (http://www.w3.org/2003/11/swrl#)
>     <http://www.w3.org/2003/11/swrl#%29>."
>     >>
>     >>Well, I expected that this ontology shud be there in my local
>     repositories of Protégé... As I couldn't see anything abt SWRL in
>     protégé plugin folders, I tried to 'Activate SWRL' by clicking on
>     this button... Then it popped up again this beautiful window with
>     the title 'Unresolved import' stating that the system could not
>     find the ontology, and that I should select 'Add Repository' to
>     add a repository that contains this ontology, or 'Cancel' to stop
>     loading and exit... Well, things suck from here... I just can't
>     find this file from my local repositories nor could I download it
>     from the net... so what's going on here??
>     >>
>     >>If the problem is with my proxy, could some one tell me how to
>     inform Protégé about the proxy settings of my system...
>     >>
>     >>Thanx,
>     >>Raj
>     >>
>     >>
>     >>
>     >>-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>     >>Von: [hidden email]
>     <mailto:[hidden email]> [mailto:
>     [hidden email]
>     <mailto:[hidden email]>] Im Auftrag von
>     Jennifer Vendetti
>     >>Gesendet: Samstag, 24. Juni 2006 02:51
>     >>An: [hidden email]
>     <mailto:[hidden email]>
>     >>Betreff: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)
>     >>
>     >>
>     >>There is a new beta build available on our Web site:
>     >>
>     >> http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/full/
>     >>http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/basic/
>     >>
>     >>Changes in Protege-OWL
>     >>--------------------------
>     >>1.  Many minor bug fixes for the initial SWRL-Jess bridge release.
>     >>Major fix for built-in support - the core SWRL built-ins should
>     now work
>     >>for string and integer types.  The remaining types will be
>     supported
>     >>shortly.  Thanks go to Martin O'Connor for these contributions.
>     >>
>     >>
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[protege-owl] problem with SWRLB

Rajverma
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Hi Tania,

Thanq for the swrl ontology... the second method worked for me... however, I could not use swrlb predicates, for e.g., I tried to use the following example from SWRL FAQ page:

Person(?p) ^ hasAge(?p, ?age) ^ swrlb:greaterThan(?age, 17) -> Adult(?p)  

I get an error when I use 'swrlb:greaterThan' predicate... It says Error: Invalid atom name 'swrlb:greaterThan'...

I guess I'm having the same problem that I had with SWRL before... now as I use the swrl ontology inside my protégé I don't have any problem with it, bur as I don't have the SWRLB my system is trying to find the SWRLB from the net and could not access it because my proxy server does not allow it...

So could you pls send me the swrlb ontology as an attachment!

Thanx,
Raj
 



-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] Im Auftrag von Tania Tudorache
Gesendet: Dienstag, 27. Juni 2006 22:21
An: [hidden email]
Betreff: [protege-owl] Re: AW: Re: AW: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)

Raj,

thank you for the detailed bug report. This problem occurs only if you
are not connected to the internet when you try to activate the SWRLTab
and we are aware of it and we are working on solving it.

However, you may still be able to use the SWRLTab.

First solution is to be connected to the internet. You did not set the
proxy right. Don't use the angle brackets in the run_protege.bat file.

The line in run_protege.bat should look like this:

set OPTIONS= %MAX_MEMORY% -DproxyHost=139.18.233.236 -DproxyPort=8080

Then, start Protege by running the run_protege.bat (not with
Protege.exe). Create a new project, enable the SWRLTab from the
Configure menu, and click on "Activate SWRL" button. If your proxy
settings are correct and you are connected to the internet, then SWRL
should be able to activate fine.

If this doesn't work, then open the owl file that I have attached to
this email and then activate the SWRLTab. The owl file is an empty owl
file that contains the SWRL imports in it. This can be an temporary
solution until we fix the SWRL activation problem for the case that you
are not connected to the internet.

Tania



Mudunuri, Raj wrote:

>Hi Marten,
>
>Thanq for the suggestion, but I'm still not able to get it work... by "Global Repositories" tab do you mean Metadata tab? I could not find this Global Repositories tab anywhere in Protégé GUI... If I assume that this tab is within SWRL tab then my problem is well before that, I'm not able to even open the SWRL tab...
>
>These are the steps that I followed...
>
>1. I installed the latest Protégé 3.2 beta build 324
>2. I checked the SWRL tab check-box in the Owl-Preferences-Tabs
>3. I went to the SWRL tab in the Protégé GUI and there is nothing there except that it says I have to import SWRL ontology
>4. I pressed the Activate SWRL button and then it popped up the Unresolved Import window stating that the system cannot find the ontology
>5. So I tried to Add Repository
>6. As there in no local repository I selected http option, and then it gives an error stating that 'The document pointed by http://www.daml.org/rules/proposal/swrl.owl does not appear to be a valid ontology
>7. I click Ok, it then again pops up this unresolved import
>8. Now I click cancel (twice), then it has these two URIs (http://www.daml.org/rules/proposal/swrl.owl and swrlb.owl) in the ontology browser of the Metadata tab, and nothing in the SWRL tab. (Even the name on the SWRL tab doesn't appear anymore except a red square with parrot green border)
>9. When I click on any of the URIs in the ontology browser of Metadata tab, it opens our intranet home page in the individual editor (of the Metadata tab), so that means it is not able to access the net
>10. I included the proxy settings in run_protege.bat file as follows:
>set OPTIONS= %MAX_MEMORY% -DproxyHost=<139.18.233.236> -DproxyPort=<8080>
>
>Even then it doesn't work :( I don't know why! Is the syntax wrong? Is there any way that I can solve this SWRL problem!? Is there any other way to force the protégé to access the net with user given settings?
>
>I wonder why there is nothing abt SWRL in the Protégé package itself!! Why aren't these swrl ontologies included with the protégé setup itself, as a kind of plugin??
>
>Thankyou,
>Raj
>
>
>
>
>
>-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>Von: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] Im Auftrag von Martin O'Connor
>Gesendet: Dienstag, 27. Juni 2006 00:59
>An: [hidden email]
>Betreff: [protege-owl] Re: AW: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)
>
>
>The VM options to set the proxy port are in the run_protege.bat file:
>
>-DproxyHost=<myProxy> -DproxyPort=<myPort>
>
>The swrl.owl and swrlb.owl files can be found under the "Global
>Repositories" tab in the "Add Repository" window.
>
>However, if you set your VM options as above to point to your proxy
>server you should not need to use the repositories.
>
>Martin
>
>
>Mudunuri, Raj wrote:
>
>  
>
>>Hi,
>>
>>I'm not able to come into terms with this SWRL tab... I tried to make this SWRL tab work, some time ago, and gave up as it never seemed to work for me... don't know whether the problem was/is because I'm using proxy server...
>>
>>As I saw some post regarding the latest updates in SWRL I wanted to have a try again with the new build(324)... hmmh, the same problem... I check the box for SWRL tab in the OWL preferences, then I see a SWRL tab in the protégé GUI, but when I go to this tab there is nothing but this beautiful line as usual that says "Your ontology needs to import the SWRL ontology (http://www.w3.org/2003/11/swrl#)."
>>
>>Well, I expected that this ontology shud be there in my local repositories of Protégé... As I couldn't see anything abt SWRL in protégé plugin folders, I tried to 'Activate SWRL' by clicking on this button... Then it popped up again this beautiful window with the title 'Unresolved import' stating that the system could not find the ontology, and that I should select 'Add Repository' to add a repository that contains this ontology, or 'Cancel' to stop loading and exit... Well, things suck from here... I just can't find this file from my local repositories nor could I download it from the net... so what's going on here??
>>
>>If the problem is with my proxy, could some one tell me how to inform Protégé about the proxy settings of my system...
>>
>>Thanx,
>>Raj
>>
>>
>>
>>-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>>Von: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] Im Auftrag von Jennifer Vendetti
>>Gesendet: Samstag, 24. Juni 2006 02:51
>>An: [hidden email]
>>Betreff: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)
>>
>>
>>There is a new beta build available on our Web site:
>>
>>http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/full/
>>http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/basic/
>>
>>Changes in Protege-OWL
>>--------------------------
>>1.  Many minor bug fixes for the initial SWRL-Jess bridge release.  
>>Major fix for built-in support - the core SWRL built-ins should now work
>>for string and integer types.  The remaining types will be supported
>>shortly.  Thanks go to Martin O'Connor for these contributions.
>>
>>
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[protege-owl] Re: problem with SWRLB

Martin O'Connor

You should download the latest release (#331) - there is a fix there for
the offline SWRL activation problem.

In general, you should use the latest release when working with SWRL.

You can subscribe to the protege-beta list to get notifications of new
releases.

Martin

Mudunuri, Raj wrote:

>Hi Tania,
>
>Thanq for the swrl ontology... the second method worked for me... however, I could not use swrlb predicates, for e.g., I tried to use the following example from SWRL FAQ page:
>
>Person(?p) ^ hasAge(?p, ?age) ^ swrlb:greaterThan(?age, 17) -> Adult(?p)  
>
>I get an error when I use 'swrlb:greaterThan' predicate... It says Error: Invalid atom name 'swrlb:greaterThan'...
>
>I guess I'm having the same problem that I had with SWRL before... now as I use the swrl ontology inside my protégé I don't have any problem with it, bur as I don't have the SWRLB my system is trying to find the SWRLB from the net and could not access it because my proxy server does not allow it...
>
>So could you pls send me the swrlb ontology as an attachment!
>
>Thanx,
>Raj
>  
>
>
>
>-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>Von: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] Im Auftrag von Tania Tudorache
>Gesendet: Dienstag, 27. Juni 2006 22:21
>An: [hidden email]
>Betreff: [protege-owl] Re: AW: Re: AW: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)
>
>Raj,
>
>thank you for the detailed bug report. This problem occurs only if you
>are not connected to the internet when you try to activate the SWRLTab
>and we are aware of it and we are working on solving it.
>
>However, you may still be able to use the SWRLTab.
>
>First solution is to be connected to the internet. You did not set the
>proxy right. Don't use the angle brackets in the run_protege.bat file.
>
>The line in run_protege.bat should look like this:
>
>set OPTIONS= %MAX_MEMORY% -DproxyHost=139.18.233.236 -DproxyPort=8080
>
>Then, start Protege by running the run_protege.bat (not with
>Protege.exe). Create a new project, enable the SWRLTab from the
>Configure menu, and click on "Activate SWRL" button. If your proxy
>settings are correct and you are connected to the internet, then SWRL
>should be able to activate fine.
>
>If this doesn't work, then open the owl file that I have attached to
>this email and then activate the SWRLTab. The owl file is an empty owl
>file that contains the SWRL imports in it. This can be an temporary
>solution until we fix the SWRL activation problem for the case that you
>are not connected to the internet.
>
>Tania
>
>
>
>Mudunuri, Raj wrote:
>
>  
>
>>Hi Marten,
>>
>>Thanq for the suggestion, but I'm still not able to get it work... by "Global Repositories" tab do you mean Metadata tab? I could not find this Global Repositories tab anywhere in Protégé GUI... If I assume that this tab is within SWRL tab then my problem is well before that, I'm not able to even open the SWRL tab...
>>
>>These are the steps that I followed...
>>
>>1. I installed the latest Protégé 3.2 beta build 324
>>2. I checked the SWRL tab check-box in the Owl-Preferences-Tabs
>>3. I went to the SWRL tab in the Protégé GUI and there is nothing there except that it says I have to import SWRL ontology
>>4. I pressed the Activate SWRL button and then it popped up the Unresolved Import window stating that the system cannot find the ontology
>>5. So I tried to Add Repository
>>6. As there in no local repository I selected http option, and then it gives an error stating that 'The document pointed by http://www.daml.org/rules/proposal/swrl.owl does not appear to be a valid ontology
>>7. I click Ok, it then again pops up this unresolved import
>>8. Now I click cancel (twice), then it has these two URIs (http://www.daml.org/rules/proposal/swrl.owl and swrlb.owl) in the ontology browser of the Metadata tab, and nothing in the SWRL tab. (Even the name on the SWRL tab doesn't appear anymore except a red square with parrot green border)
>>9. When I click on any of the URIs in the ontology browser of Metadata tab, it opens our intranet home page in the individual editor (of the Metadata tab), so that means it is not able to access the net
>>10. I included the proxy settings in run_protege.bat file as follows:
>>set OPTIONS= %MAX_MEMORY% -DproxyHost=<139.18.233.236> -DproxyPort=<8080>
>>
>>Even then it doesn't work :( I don't know why! Is the syntax wrong? Is there any way that I can solve this SWRL problem!? Is there any other way to force the protégé to access the net with user given settings?
>>
>>I wonder why there is nothing abt SWRL in the Protégé package itself!! Why aren't these swrl ontologies included with the protégé setup itself, as a kind of plugin??
>>
>>Thankyou,
>>Raj
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>>Von: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] Im Auftrag von Martin O'Connor
>>Gesendet: Dienstag, 27. Juni 2006 00:59
>>An: [hidden email]
>>Betreff: [protege-owl] Re: AW: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)
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>>The VM options to set the proxy port are in the run_protege.bat file:
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>>-DproxyHost=<myProxy> -DproxyPort=<myPort>
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>>The swrl.owl and swrlb.owl files can be found under the "Global
>>Repositories" tab in the "Add Repository" window.
>>
>>However, if you set your VM options as above to point to your proxy
>>server you should not need to use the repositories.
>>
>>Martin
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>>Mudunuri, Raj wrote:
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>>>Hi,
>>>
>>>I'm not able to come into terms with this SWRL tab... I tried to make this SWRL tab work, some time ago, and gave up as it never seemed to work for me... don't know whether the problem was/is because I'm using proxy server...
>>>
>>>As I saw some post regarding the latest updates in SWRL I wanted to have a try again with the new build(324)... hmmh, the same problem... I check the box for SWRL tab in the OWL preferences, then I see a SWRL tab in the protégé GUI, but when I go to this tab there is nothing but this beautiful line as usual that says "Your ontology needs to import the SWRL ontology (http://www.w3.org/2003/11/swrl#)."
>>>
>>>Well, I expected that this ontology shud be there in my local repositories of Protégé... As I couldn't see anything abt SWRL in protégé plugin folders, I tried to 'Activate SWRL' by clicking on this button... Then it popped up again this beautiful window with the title 'Unresolved import' stating that the system could not find the ontology, and that I should select 'Add Repository' to add a repository that contains this ontology, or 'Cancel' to stop loading and exit... Well, things suck from here... I just can't find this file from my local repositories nor could I download it from the net... so what's going on here??
>>>
>>>If the problem is with my proxy, could some one tell me how to inform Protégé about the proxy settings of my system...
>>>
>>>Thanx,
>>>Raj
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>>>Von: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] Im Auftrag von Jennifer Vendetti
>>>Gesendet: Samstag, 24. Juni 2006 02:51
>>>An: [hidden email]
>>>Betreff: [protege-beta] Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 324)
>>>
>>>
>>>There is a new beta build available on our Web site:
>>>
>>>http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/full/
>>>http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/basic/
>>>
>>>Changes in Protege-OWL
>>>--------------------------
>>>1.  Many minor bug fixes for the initial SWRL-Jess bridge release.  
>>>Major fix for built-in support - the core SWRL built-ins should now work
>>>for string and integer types.  The remaining types will be supported
>>>shortly.  Thanks go to Martin O'Connor for these contributions.
>>>
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