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[jwt-dev] Fwd: Re: Inquiry about Semantic Process Modelling


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Sujet: Re: Inquiry about Semantic Process Modelling
Date : Wed, 25 May 2011 11:04:38 +0200
De : Marc Dutoo <marc.dutoo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Pour : ahmed.wafa@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Hi Ahmed

Please register to the JWT mailing list, that'll help me answering.

Le 25/05/2011 10:59, ahmed.wafa@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx a écrit :
> A dialog box where I can choose elements from the ontology would be actually perfect. I didn't know it was possible in jwt.
It's possible, see (*), but you'll have to use an actual model extension 
(**) rather than mere custom properties (which I think are fine for now 
to try to see what you can do).

> When I say point out I simply mean linking elements in my model to elements in my ontology.
Sure, but what is the functionality of this link ? Do you want that on 
clicking on it it opens you ontology at the right place in an ontology 
editor ? Or do you only want that if you copy-paste it in another 
software it has a given behaviour (like going at the right place in an 
ontology editory) ? Or... ?


> Is there a way where I can simply choose from a dialog box ??
> ------Original Message------
> From: Marc Dutoo
> To: Ahmed Samir Saleh Wafa
> Subject: Re: Inquiry about Semantic Process Modelling
> Sent: 25. Mai 2011 10:27 AM
> Hi Ahmed
> Le 24/05/2011 17:10, Ahmed Samir Saleh Wafa a écrit :
>> Dear Marc,
>> So this is exactly what I want to do :
>>       -Semantically Annotate Business Process Models with their resource requirements (point them out from the ontology to make some sort of "JWT<==>Ontology" bridge). By this, I
>>        simply mean that I want to point out for every process Action what kind of resources does it need for execution.
>> This is what I have now:
>>       - A custom attribute that I can add to my action (which I think will correspond to my Process Action) of type "String" and name "Resource"
>> Would you please give me some advice about how to point out that explicitly from the Ontology ??
> What do you mean "point out", do you want a dialog box where you can
> choose an element of the ontology, or do you want a path-like id for it,
> or ... ?
>> I have some thoughts about adding each class URL as a whole in the "value field" for the custom attribute "Resource" that I have created, but I need some more help, and I need to know how to test it to know that it's actually working, if that's ok. The thing is I'm really new with the semantic annotation thing, but I guess I'm almost over all my trouble and I really appreciate all the help u are offering me.
>> Thank you very much for your extremely helpful cooperation.
> That's Open Source !
> And at some point you'll be welcome to contribute improvements :)
> Regards,
> Marc
>> best regards,
>> Samir
> Von meinem drahtlosen BlackBerry®-Handheld gesendet

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