WissKI Entities

Submitted by rnsrk on Thu, 09/30/2021 - 09:48

As you implemented your data model with WissKI's pathbuilder ... is the place where you define the WissKI structure, configure groups and fields and tell WissKI to which adapter it should send the queries. You can export/import your pathbuilder setup. The administrative name of a pathbuilder could something like Collection and Collection Items or Named Entities. , you automatically create input and display forms for your data. You can manage the WissKI Entity and it's field under Manage Structue WissKI Entities and Bundles.

WissKI Entities and Bundles is the place where you can change the field labels. This do not change the field names in pathbuilder ... is the place where you define the WissKI structure, configure groups and fields and tell WissKI to which adapter it should send the queries. You can export/import your pathbuilder setup. The administrative name of a pathbuilder could something like Collection and Collection Items or Named Entities. . Pathbuilder creates the initial configuration and updates the formatter if you alter them, but do not change the field names in WissKI Entities and Bundles. If you change a label of a bundle or field, you have to change it in pathbuilder ... is the place where you define the WissKI structure, configure groups and fields and tell WissKI to which adapter it should send the queries. You can export/import your pathbuilder setup. The administrative name of a pathbuilder could something like Collection and Collection Items or Named Entities. , too. Only the labels from WissKI Entities and Bundles are displayed in the frontend.

If you need an example environment you can download a sample ontology and import it in your triple store as well as download the corresponding pathbuilder ... is the place where you define the WissKI structure, configure groups and fields and tell WissKI to which adapter it should send the queries. You can export/import your pathbuilder setup. The administrative name of a pathbuilder could something like Collection and Collection Items or Named Entities. templates and import it to your WissKI.

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