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From: MParmelee <MPARMELEE@nc.rr.com>
Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2002 14:25:56 -0500
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Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2002 12:41:23 -0500 (EST)
From: "MParmelee" <MPARMELEE@nc.rr.com>
Message-ID: <000f01c1a2a2$472519e0$14281a42@nc.rr.com>
To: <www-rdf-interest@w3.org>
Cc: <len.olszewski@sas.com>, <chris.goolsby@sas.com>,
        "Eloise Currie" <Eloise.Currie@sas.com>

I am new to RDF coding and I'm looking for information that will shed some
light on why the ARP parser is returning the following warning messages.  I
originally sent this request directly to Jeremy Carroll, but haven't
received a reply yet.  Is there anyone else on this list who can take a few
minutes to steer me in the right direction?  Any suggestions or comments
would be greatly appreciated.
 
-Mary C. Parmelee
 MSIS Candidate
 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
 School of Information and Library Science
   
----- Original Message ----- 
From: MParmelee 
To: Jeremy_Carroll@hp.com 
Cc: len.olszewski@sas.com ; chris.goolsby@sas.com ; eloise.currie@sas.com 
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2002 2:24 PM
Subject: Question about ARP warning messages

Jeremy,
 
I am a student intern in the Technologies Division of the Publication
Department of SAS in Cary NC.  We have developed a protoype ontology for a
small section of SAS documentation that we have coded in RDF/XML. coding
techniques were based on examples from both the RDF and RDFS
specifications.  When we parse the RDF file we get numerous repeated
warning messages such as the one shown below about unqualified use:
 
The original RDF/XML document
 
1: <?xml version="1.0"?>
2: <rdf:RDF
3:       xml:lang="en"
4:       xmlns:rdf="http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#"
5:       xmlns:rdfs="http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#"
6:       xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/documents/rec-dces-1990702.htm#"
7:       xmlns:dcq="http://dublincore.org/documents/dcmes-qualifiers"
8:       xmlns:po="http://www.SAS.com/ODS_Pilot_Ontology">
9: 
10: <rdf:Description    

about="http://sww.sas.com/pub/OnlineDoc/v8/odspilot/sashtml/onldoc.htm">
11: <dc:Title>The ODS Pilot Ontology</dc:Title>
12: <dc:Creator>
13: <rdf:Bag>
14:  <rdf:li>Eloise Currie</rdf:li>
15:  <rdf:li>Mary Parmelee</rdf:li>
16: </rdf:Bag>
17: </dc:Creator>
18: <dc:Description> The ODS pilot ontology is a prototype ontology that
increases navigational functionality of SAS documentation resources,
thereby enhancing the resource discovery process by allowing the user to
navigate SAS documentation in an intuitive manner. Essential in the
implementation of navigation functionality will be this semantic framework
that defines relevant concepts, identifies related attributes, and
constrains them within the SAS users' domain of interest. The framework
will encompass the small subset of the SAS ODS documentation consisting of
chapter section Creating Output with ODS within the ODS book chapter Basic
Concepts of ODS . In order to maximize the extensibility of the ontology,
the terminology extracted from this data set is defined within the context
of the SAS documentation set as a whole. To facilitate implementation of
the Knowledge Base as a metadata structure, the ontological structure is
formalized using the following emerging standards of the W3C: The Resource
Description Framework Model and Syntax and Resource Description Framework
Schema. The formalized version will then be associated with a visualization
processor and user interface to create a working prototype system.
19: </dc:Description>
20: <dcq:dateCreated>2001-12-01</dcq:dateCreated>
21: <dcq:dateModified>2001-12-03</dcq:dateModified>
22: </rdf:Description>
23: 
24: <rdfs:Class rdf:ID="Entity">
25: <rdf:type resource=">
26: <rdfs:label xml:lang="en">Entity</rdfs:label>
27: <rdfs:comment>An existing or real thing, either abstract or concrete,
that is 
28: distinct from other entities or things.</rdfs:comment>
29: <rdfs:isDefinedBy rdf:resource=">
30: </rdfs:Class>31: 32: </rdf:RDF>
 
Warning: {W101} Unqualified use of rdf:about has been deprecated.[Line =
10, Column = 90]
Warning: {W101} Unqualified use of rdf:resource has been deprecated.[Line =
25, Column = 66]
 
There are similar error messages for RDF ID.  I read that ARP does not
support RDFS.  Are these warnings due to our use of RDFS or are there other
syntax problems?  Should we be consider revising the code?  If so what
changes would you suggest?  We are about to implement these coding
techniques on a much larger scale and would obviously like to correct
syntax problems beforehand.  We would appreciate any thoughts that you
might have and we'd like to thank you in advance for your assistance.
 
-Mary C. Parmelee
Received on Monday, 21 January 2002 14:26:52 GMT

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