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Jack Tanner


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Importing an RDF file leads to "cannot be opened in this version of Vue". For reference, I tried to import an ontology that had been exported from Conczilla. I don't see a way to attach it to this post. Is the bugtracker public?
Daniel Heller


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Our jira system isn't currently public. You could try posting the rdf file into this thread? Might work.

We had a bug just before release that was causing the behavior you have described on many rdf files.. Have you been able to get any rdf files to work?

I'll make another attempt to contact you directly on monday and then follow up here on the forum if we end up resolving this offline.

I'll look into conczilla in the meantime and see if I can reproduce the bug myself


Danny Ayers


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Just in case Conczilla is making a mistake, don't forget:

http://www.w3.org/RDF/Validator/
Daniel Heller


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thanks!

I ran conzilla and saved the default map.

no problem with the validator that I could see (but that was indeed a good idea to check :) )

I was able to reproduce the bug. Looking at the command line is not immediately giving me insight in to our import problem, could be the version of Jena we used for the release as the exception appears to be getting thrown inside the jena libraries.

I'll post a bug in our system, so that this problem can get resolved.

conzilla is very interesting, looks familiar, but certainly not anything I have experimented with recently.

I'll also work to get someone to contact directly so that you (Jack) can give us a copy of the exact map you created and we can test with that as well.

thanks again,

Dan Heller
Jack Tanner


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The default conczilla map is also what I used (their learning ontology). No need to contact me over that. But I'll make sure you have a working e-mail for me.
Daniel Heller


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great. If the email you used to sign up on the forum is current, I should be able to contact you early next week, so you have my email as well. I'll make sure someone posts back to this forum when we have that file working for other members who might be interested.

One interesting method for generating rdf files to try in VUE is zotero export - zotero rdf export preferably ( unqualified dublin core also works, but is not as interesting in my opinion). Zotero is available at www.zotero.org.

Daniel Heller


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though right.. no need for you to get us the file now as long as you end up being satisfied with the solution. We might have to point you/send you a developer build to test the solution, if you are interested (not sure when the next official release will be - or exactly when we will have the bug fix, but the bug fix should be relatively soon)

in any case, thanks again!

Dan Heller
Jack Tanner


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I tried this again; ran Conczilla and exported the "learning ontology" map.

1. Start Conczilla
2. Load http://www.conzilla.org/projects/roadmapping/presentation/CM#adf08f109faf089013b3
3. View, Map Source, RDF/XML, copy/paste into new file, save.

The import to Vue 2.2.2 ran to completion without errors. Vue memory usage blew up, and the imported map was unreadable. Zooming in made the memory usage explode further, and I had to kill the Vue process.
 
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