[MOBY] Re: [MOBY-l] MobyRequest or CentralImpl ?
mwilkinson at mobile.rogers.com
Fri May 21 12:20:26 EDT 2004
Point me to what you are looking at.
From: Paul Gordon <gordonp at cbr.nrc.ca>
Date: Fri, 21 May 2004 10:20:15
To:mobyl <moby-l at biomoby.org>
Subject: Re: [MOBY] Re: [MOBY-l] MobyRequest or CentralImpl ?
Then perhaps we should have some examples of that in the API (i.e. data
*instances* with articleName attributes)? Under the MOBY Data Class
Ontology section, none of the examples have articleNames, even though
the GO objects contain several sibling String elements... or am I
Mark Wilkinson wrote:
>Martin is 100% correct. In fact, the articleName attributes of
>sub-objects really defines an ontology of their own, with the
>articleName being the "relationship predicate" linking the sub-object to
>its parent object.
>On Fri, 2004-05-21 at 07:24, Martin Senger wrote:
>>>This brings up a new issue though that requires a policy formulation on
>>>the part of the community: Suppose VirtualSequence had two Integer
>>>members, how would these be distinguished in the XML (i..e the Length
>>>field vs. the foo field)?
>> Articles can be named. The API says: "Articles are, optionally, named
>>using the articleName attribute. This might be used if, for example, the
>>service requires named inputs. The order of non-named articles in a single
>>Input or Output set MUST not be meaningful.".
>> Mark, is this correct answer? I am still not sure about calling
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