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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.


To find the complete list of OntoStudio plug-ins, select 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.