On 1/25/19 9:20 AM, Pantelis Natsiavas wrote:
> I am looking for an RDF/OWL based Domain Driven Development (DDD)
> framework.
> I have an OWL ontology used as a TBox model uploaded on my Virtuoso
> (open source edition) and I want to build CRUD
> (create-retrieve-update-delete) forms upon my classes defined in the
> TBox. For example, for classes “Student” and “Teacher” I would like to
> create two forms allowing me to create-retrieve-update-delete their
> instances (and of course their property values) using a simple User
> Interface (UI).
> If nobody could suggest a solution working out of the box, I was
> thinking that perhaps I could use a data access library for virtuoso
> (e.g. ADO NET/Entity Framework or JDBC/Hibernate) to get my *RDF/OWL
> classes as entities*, and then use .NET or Java based Rapid
> Application Development (RAD) frameworks based on the produced
> entities. I have seen similar approaches on relevant (quite outdated)
> tutorials (tutorial1
> <http://vos.openlinksw.com/owiki/wiki/VOS/VirtRDFODataExample> and tutorial2
> <http://vos.openlinksw.com/owiki/wiki/VOS/VirtUsingMsAdoNetDataServicesWithVirtuoso>)
> My questions:
>  1. Could anyone propose a specific software stack following this
>     rationale of DDD upon RDF/OWL classes?
>  2. I can only find examples using rather old versions of Visual
>     Studio. Are the ADO NET and JDBCconnectors stable and updated? Can
>     they be used with recent versions of .NET/java development stack?
>     3.Is my assumption (i.e. that I could produce .NET or
>     Java *entities corresponding to my RDF/OWL classes* via ADO NET or
>     Hibernate) valid?
> Best regards,
> Pantelis Natsiavas
> PS. I have also posted the same question in the community forum
> <https://community.openlinksw.com/t/editing-forms-based-on-rdf-owl-classes/615>
>  because
> it is not clear to me whether this email list is active or not. Sorry
> for double posting.
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Hi Pantelis Natsiavas,

A reply has been posted to our community forum [1], which is our
preferred space for handling matters like this going forward :)




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