|•||You must have the rights to read and to write to your current home directory and the installation directory because OntoStudio must access these directories e.g. for writing log files.|
|1.||Double click on the installation ".exe file" for Windows and Linux.|
|2.||Start OntoStudio32 (32 bit version) or OntoStudio64 (64 bit version).|
The installation process starts.
|3.||The installation wizard guides you through the further installation.|
At the end of the installation you are asked for the Key File.
|4.||Choose the Key File and then click on Open.|
|5.||If you want to increase the main memory of the OntoStudio Java process, open the OntoStudio.ini file in the installation folder of OntoStudio in a text editor and replace the -Xmx256m option with a higher number (for example -Xmx512m to reserve up to 512 MB of RAM for OntoStudio). |
For more information on the installation see the README.TXT file.
Help->About OntoStudio -> Installation Details -> Plug-ins.
To integrate your own developed built-ins, take a look at the OntoBroker documentation or contact the support team.
The default file format for all ontologies is ObjectLogic! For RDF & OWL this means:
|•||Imported files that have a native format are transformed and stored as .obl in the workspace.|
|•||OWL-in-OBL are used to store (supported) OWL specific axioms.|
|•||The ObjectLogicEditor can be activated for all ontology languages.|