[protege-owl] Custom SWRL Built-ins

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[protege-owl] Custom SWRL Built-ins

Jan Henke
Hi all,

currently I always restart Protege in order to reload the Java class of my
built-in implementation. Does there exist some alternative (faster) way?

Best regards
Jan

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Re: [protege-owl] Custom SWRL Built-ins

Martin O'Connor

No. In order to do this I would need to dynamically unload the current
built-in implementation class and replace it with a new class.
Dynamically unloading classes is possible in Java but requires the
development of a custom class loader. It would add a significant layer
of complexity.

Martin

Jan Henke wrote:

>Hi all,
>
>currently I always restart Protege in order to reload the Java class of my
>built-in implementation. Does there exist some alternative (faster) way?
>
>Best regards
>Jan
>
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>Address: Digital Enterprise Research Institute
>         Leopold Franzens University
>         Technikerstra├če 21a
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