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The steps required to store RDF data in Oracle is to create an application table then associate a model with the application table (steps 1 and 2 in section 1.8.2) in the 10gR2 documentation. Can you do that and re-try?
For RDF_motorvehicle the file model.sql that comes as part of the plugin contains the statements to create an application table and model. You probably executed that as part of the plugin. For a new model you will need to create a new application table and associate the new model.
I already created a new table and model using this code:
CREATE TABLE Abcde_1 (id NUMBER, triple SDO_RDF_TRIPLE_S);
execute sdo_rdf.create_rdf_model('Abcde', 'Abcde_1', 'triple');
Nevertheless, when I try to import my ontology using Protégé it doesn't work out and I get the error I explained above.
Do you have another idea where the problem can be?
Thx a lot,
any updates on this annoying behavior ?
It seems that there is a hardcoded table name in the library ( jar ). Or it doesn't resolve the model name properly.
I asked one of my developers to look into the source - model name is hardcoded