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[Semantic Data Extractor]

From: Rafe Harwood <rafe@rafe.me.uk>
Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2007 02:18:42 +0100
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With regards to the online service for the "Semantic Data Extractor" and
your request for suggestions for improvements.

When viewing the results page, the "URI of the HTML document to extract
semantics from:" text entry box, uses an encoded string instead of the
entered string from the previous page. This means that if that information
is entered (mistakenly clicking the submit button or another piece added to
the end of the current string), the system returns a java exception error.

It may be a good idea (if possible) to keep that as an un-encoded string for
ease of manipulation and removing the chance of getting the java exception
error.

Rafe

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