[MOBY-l] Service Instances
maliha.aziz at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 17 05:08:22 EDT 2007
I actually need the service name its inputs as well as outputs ... I looked at the org.biomoby.shared.Central the maximum i could see was this function that could be of some use
Get a list of all authorities - and for each of them a list of their registered service names.
But I will explore this option a lil further... thanks fer the reply :)
Andreas Groscurth <groscurt at mpiz-koeln.mpg.de> wrote: hi Maliha,
is it also a requirement to read the rdf document ?
because otherwise you could simple use the existing Java API (see
org.biomoby.shared.Central) to retrieve the services with their full
On Friday 17 August 2007 10:17, maliha aziz wrote:
> I need help in reading RDF/OWL Service Instances document that I have
> downloaded from http://biomoby.org/RESOURCES/MOBY-S/ServiceInstances. I
> just need to extract the service names the inputs and outputs from this
> document. I am using the jena API and am writing my program in Java (
> obviously) and the IDE is eclipse.
> My first question is .... am I on the right track here? The
> ServiceInstances is the file that contains all the services that are
> registered with biomoby right? Secondly what is the format of this document
> that I can specify while trying to extract what I need that is the name and
> the inputs and outputs ... Is there a simpler way to do this becuz reading
> the file is the simplest thing i could think of... my code in java is a
> requirement in this case..
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