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Start-Up Settings






string value

File encoding



Port (default: 2267)


<IP adress>

IP address to be used


<directory name>

directory where built-ins are located


<file name>

the place of the configuration file



defines the port when starting as webservice



If left unchanged in the settings (option HttpPort), the default port is 8267.



indexes all arguments of the specified predicate



indexes all possible positions of the specified predicate



starts OntoBroker server as web service



shows the usage of the start-up settings


string value

host on which you start the server e.g. "localhost"



sends a commit command to the internal database during import after a fixed set of added facts



Starts OntoBroker, loaded ontologies, logs the memory consumption and exits



materialization of the following file or directory


<suite name>

contains the suite name


<query file name>

file which contains a set of queries


<output file name>

contains the output data



starts OntoBroker without log output (such as console output)

-rdf, -rdfs,-owl, -nt, -nt3, -obl

<directory name > or <file name>

specifies the loaded files/directory according to the used data format



Enables OntoBroker collaboration server (implicitly set Indexer = on)



Enables OntoBroker collaboration server (leaves Indexer settings unchanged)



Use project file for advanced load configuration.



Enables OntoBroker web console. The query results in the webconsole can be copied to the clipboard (e.g. for insertion in Excel



If OntoBroker is started with -remoteAPI it behaves as a stand alone server, i.e. the inferencing mode is turned off.



Jetty starts up using the AJP instead of the HTTP protocol. Only the Web services are available. Restrictions: Load balancing will not work with stateful web services (like the SemanticGuide Web service). Also, the collaboration server and remote API are not supported as they need stateful sessions which means that the connection must stick to one back end server.



Checks for crossproducts in rules. Example: q(?X,?Y) :- p(?X) AND r(?Y).
X and Y have nothing in common, so all possible combinations must be calculated.