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This is the start page on how to (automatically) build and test all applications/projects related to Protégé.
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__NOTOC__
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=== Welcome to the Protege Wiki! ===
  
=Guidance Documents=
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Protege is a free, open-source platform that provides a growing user community with a suite of tools to construct domain models and knowledge-based applications with ontologies.  Please see the [http://protege.stanford.edu/overview/index.html overview section] of the [http://protege.stanford.edu/ Protege website] for a more detailed description of what the Protege platform offers.
[[File:infrastructure-2.png|thumb|Infrastructure with all servers and information flow]]
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| On the <span style="font-variant:small-caps;font-size:1.3em;font-weight:bold">[[Stanford:OverviewPage|Overview Page]]</span>
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you find
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* some background information describing the rationale for caring about automated builds and testing and for establishing a corresponding infrastructure.
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* an overview chart displaying the entire infrastructure landscape.
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* a short description of all the relevant tools and the rationale for chosing the selected ones
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| The <span style="font-variant:small-caps;font-size:1.3em;font-weight:bold">[[Stanford:AdministratorGuide|Administrator Guide]]</span> (&rarr; Alex)
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== Upcoming Events ==
describes how to install and operate all the servers, among those:
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* Nexus repository: http://bmir-hudson1.stanford.edu/nexus
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<li>'''[http://protege.stanford.edu/shortcourse/protege-owl/201103/ Protege-OWL Short Course]''', March 23-25, 2011, Stanford University.</li>
* Hudson Build Sever (build statistics, administration of jobs): http://bmir-hudson1.stanford.edu
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</ul><br />
* Sonar Server (code and architecture metrics, coverage reports and more): http://bmir-hudson1.stanford.edu/sonar (use link from Hudson to Sonar reports instead)
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* Tomcat Server (automated UI testing, not of general interest): http://bmir-hudson1.stanford.edu:8080
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* SVN-Repository: http://smi-protege.stanford.edu/repos/protege/
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== Protege Users ==
| The <span style="font-variant:small-caps;font-size:1.3em;font-weight:bold">[[Stanford:DeveloperGuide|Developer Guide]]</span> (&rarr; external and Stanford internal)
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is the main page for developers. On these pages developers get answers to questions like
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<li style="padding-bottom:5px; list-style:circle;">[http://protege.stanford.edu Protege Website]</li>
* How do I initially set up my tools to work with one or more of the Protégé projects?
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<li style="padding-bottom:5px; list-style:circle;">Browse the [[Protege Plugin Library]]</li>
* <strong>New:</strong> Please watch video tutorial.
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<li style="padding-bottom:5px; list-style:circle;">Browse the [[Protege Ontology Library]]</li>
* How do I write test cases?
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<li style="padding-bottom:5px; list-style:circle;"><strong>[[ProtegeUserDocs|General Documentation]]</strong> - this page is a collection of links to documentation that is applicable to all versions of Protege, including guidelines for developing ontologies, information about scalability and tuning in Protege, etc.</li>
* How do I get the lastest downloads?
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<li style="padding-bottom:5px; list-style:circle;"><strong>[[Protege3UserDocs|Protege 3 Documentation]]</strong> - this page is a collection of links to documentation that is specific to the 3.x series such as Getting Started guides, User's Guides, etc.</li>
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<li style="padding-bottom:5px; list-style:circle;"><strong>[[Protege4UserDocs|Protege 4 Documentation]]</strong> - this page is a collection of links to documentation that is specific to the 4.x series.</li>
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<li style="list-style:circle;"><strong>[[WebProtege|WebProtege Documentation]]</strong></li>
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</ul><br />
  
| The <span style="font-variant:small-caps;font-size:1.3em;font-weight:bold">[[Stanford:QaGuide|QA & Project Manager Guide]]</span> (&rarr; Tania, Jennifer, Tim &amp; other)
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== Protege Developers ==
is the address for everybody interested in the success and quality of builds and code. It gives explanations like
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* How to write/adjust the pom.xml?
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<li style="padding-bottom:5px; list-style:circle;"><strong>[[ProtegeDevDocsGeneral|General Developer Documentation]]</strong> - this page is a collection of links to developer documentation that is applicable to all versions of Protege, such as how to connect to our Subversion repository, etc.</li>
* What do these metrics tell me?
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<li style="padding-bottom:5px; list-style:circle;"><strong>[[Protege3DevDocs|Protege 3 Developer Documentation]]</strong></li>
* What do I have to do in order to add artifacts (e.g. jar-files) to my repository
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<li style="padding-bottom:5px; list-style:circle;"><strong>[[Protege4DevDocs|Protege 4 Developer Documentation]]</strong></li>
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<li style="padding-bottom:5px; list-style:circle;"><strong>[[WebProtegeDevelopersGuide|WebProtege Developer's Guide]]</strong></li>
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=Contact and further Information=
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== Wiki Help ==
The selection, installation and testing of the infrastructure as well as the initial transistion from traditional ANT-based to Maven based projects was done by [mailto://c.faigle@gmx.net Christian Faigle] and [mailto://mail@johner.org Christian Johner]. Please contact either for questions related to
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If you are new to using a Wiki, please see the [[Help:Contents|Help page]] page for useful links to User's Guides, etc. 
* Selection of tools
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* Administration of tools
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* Converting projects to MAVEN
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* Interpretation and adaptation of reports
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This page originally was written by [mailto://mail@johner.org Christian Johner].
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The [[Help:Contents|Help page]] also has suggestions for where to find help with using the Protege application.
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The [[Stanford:ToDoPage|Todos]] (for Christian, Alex)
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[[image:Protege-OWL.jpg|none|thumb|right|protege-owl editor]]
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[[image:Protege-Frames.jpg|none|thumb|right|protege-frames editor]]
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Revision as of 12:22, December 16, 2010

Welcome to the Protege Wiki!

Protege is a free, open-source platform that provides a growing user community with a suite of tools to construct domain models and knowledge-based applications with ontologies. Please see the overview section of the Protege website for a more detailed description of what the Protege platform offers.


Upcoming Events


Protege Users


Protege Developers


Wiki Help

If you are new to using a Wiki, please see the Help page page for useful links to User's Guides, etc.

The Help page also has suggestions for where to find help with using the Protege application.

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