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Packages can be used to define knowledge bases in KnowWE on different articles. Knowledge markups like [Questions|Doc Questions] and [Rules|Doc Rules] can be added to certain packages and the packages can later be added to a knowledge base.
Packages can be used to define knowledge in KnowWE on different articles. Knowledge markups like [Questions|Doc Questions] and [Rules|Doc Rules] can be added to certain packages and the packages can later be added/compiled to a knowledge base.
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By adding the following markup (in an arbitrary position on the article) the entire page including all markups are added to the package with the specified name {{myPackageName}}. The {{@package}} annotations shown below are then no longer necessary, but can be used to add the specific markup section to another package (as the one given with {{ %%Package }})
By adding the following markup (in an arbitrary position on the article) the entire page including all markups are added to the package with the specified name {{myPackageName}}. The {{@package}} annotations shown below are then no longer necessary, but can be used to add the specific markup section to another package (as the one given with {{~%%Package}}). KnowledgeBases and Ontologies defined on articles with such a package markup will also be compiling that specified package, as long as nothing else is specified using the {{@uses}} annotation.
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!! Single markups of one article in diffeent packages
!! Single markups of one article in different packages
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!!Using multiple packages for the same knowledge base or ontology
It is also possible to add/compile multiple packages in the same {{~%~%KnowledgeBase}} or {{~%~%Ontology}} markup. This way, it is for example possible to have a package {{common}} defining some common terminology. Then there can be different packages for different domains, let call them {{domain1}} and {{domain2}}. Together with the package {{common}}, they will each come together in knowledge base or ontology, e.g. by using the following:
{{{
%%Knowledgebase
@uses: common
@uses: domain1
%
}}}
Check out the following demo pages to see such a configuration in action: [Multi-Package Demo]
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This page (revision-44) was last changed on 05-Dec-2018 17:56 by Tim Abler