[protege-owl] Protege 3.2 bug or ?

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[protege-owl] Protege 3.2 bug or ?

ahtisham aslam
Hi,
I tryed to open the example (FindCheaperBook.owl) file
available with "OWL-S Editor" by using the following
command,

File->open->FindCheaperBook.owl

Protege was not able to open the file and i got
exception (and of course Protege will not open it
because it is not a right way to create a new project
from exsisting resource, but i just open the file
directly accidiently) and after that Protege was not
able to do any further action. On every command (e.g
File->New Project, File->Open, File->Exit Protege
etc.) Protege ask you same question (i.e. Do you want
to save changes) but it do nothgin on clicking "yes",
"No" or "Cancel". you are not able to close the
project, open new project, save project and even you
are not able to exit the Protege even if you click
File->Exist Protege. The only way to close the console
window of Protege and then to start Protege again.

Even though i did the above action accidiently but
Protege should be able to close the project and to
create new project after that or what ever you want to
do.

I am using Protege 3.2 and OWL-S Editor 1.2.

I dont know it is a bug or ?

Bye.

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[protege-owl] Re: Protege 3.2 bug or ?

Tania Tudorache
This is strange, because we have fixed this bug in Protege 3.2 beta (I
don't remember the exact beta build number, but this should work in the
latest beta).

Didn't you get a window saying that you have an error loading the file?
This is what the fix does and allows you to quit Protege normally, or to
open another project.

I suspect that you are not using the latest 3.2 beta.

Also, in the latest beta you are able to open an OWL file directly, you
don't need to go through the "Create from existing sources" step.

Tania


ahtisham aslam wrote:

>Hi,
>I tryed to open the example (FindCheaperBook.owl) file
>available with "OWL-S Editor" by using the following
>command,
>
>File->open->FindCheaperBook.owl
>
>Protege was not able to open the file and i got
>exception (and of course Protege will not open it
>because it is not a right way to create a new project
>from exsisting resource, but i just open the file
>directly accidiently) and after that Protege was not
>able to do any further action. On every command (e.g
>File->New Project, File->Open, File->Exit Protege
>etc.) Protege ask you same question (i.e. Do you want
>to save changes) but it do nothgin on clicking "yes",
>"No" or "Cancel". you are not able to close the
>project, open new project, save project and even you
>are not able to exit the Protege even if you click
>File->Exist Protege. The only way to close the console
>window of Protege and then to start Protege again.
>
>Even though i did the above action accidiently but
>Protege should be able to close the project and to
>create new project after that or what ever you want to
>do.
>
>I am using Protege 3.2 and OWL-S Editor 1.2.
>
>I dont know it is a bug or ?
>
>Bye.
>
>  
>

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[protege-owl] Special symbols

Francisco Javier Salas
Hi,

I would like to add the special symbol '@' at the name of my instances. For
instance, "javi@3". It is possible?

Thanks

.javi
 



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[protege-owl] Re: Special symbols

Tania Tudorache
Francisco Javier Salas wrote:

>Hi,
>
>I would like to add the special symbol '@' at the name of my instances. For
>instance, "javi@3". It is possible?
>
>  
>
No, you are not allowed to have @ in the name of an individual, but you
can define alternative names for them and use these alternative names to
browse the classes and individuals in the GUI.

Here you find the documentation on how to define the alternative names:
http://protege.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?HidingIdentifiersWithLabels

Tania
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