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* Convert OWL models to complete XML schemas.
* XML schema generation only from OWL class definitions.
* XML schema generation is based on the XML Schema 2.0 library.
* Returned schema are converted in OWL with a property expansion.
* Optionally, you can also generate XML Schema 2.0 for a given subset of classes or properties.
* Generated schemas are compatible with XSD tools like XMLSpy.
* It can be used standalone or in the Eclipse Ontology Development Tools (ODT).

Install the package:

1. Add dependency to maven in you project pom.xml:


2. Add the jar to your lib folder:

java -jar lib/swrl2xs.jar

3. Run the example.

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In addition to implementing the standard OWL format, OWL2XS includes a set of extensions to provide properties over declarations and many useful features that don’t have equivalents in the standard.
Download: owl2xs.zip from the version history or from SourceForge
How to use:
To use the module, do the following:

Installing Dependencies

Copy the contents of the owl2xs.jar into your project’s lib/ directory.
Then, when creating the maven project, include the following dependency on the maven compiler plugin:


Writing an Ontology

To write a simple ontology, first make sure you have a properly formatted ontology written in the OWL format. Note that, depending on the OWL tool you’re using, there may be additional files.
Then, call owl2xs like so:
$java -jar owl2xs.jar source/your/ontology.owl

The above command will analyze the ontology and generate a schema in java/your/schema.java.

Using the Schema

The generated java/your/schema.java file contains the necessary information to create a JAXB-generated Java schema instance. You can retrieve the schema instance and use it to construct an instance of the schema:
$java -jar owl2xs.jar schema.java yourSchema.xsd


Note that other methods besides java are available – there’s a *NIX version of owl2xsd available and a PHP version.
Also, there is a Haskell version. As far as I know, Java is the only thing available in a mainstream library. The Java version is based on the latest version of Apache’s software.


Starting from version 3.0 of Jena, owls2xsd will be available as an Apache POI component. The package is org.apache.poi.util.xsd.

Source code package – org.apache.poi.util.xsd.

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owl2xs is a lightweight Java library that you can use to generate XML schema from any OWL2 ontology.
Based on the Apache XML Schema 2.0 library, owl2xs can analyze the ontology and generate the corresponding XML schema. Since it is built in Java, it is compatible with all the major platforms.
Current Version: 1.3.9
License: Apache Software License 2.0
The current version of the library can be downloaded from:
Free to use for non-commercial and personal purposes.
There are two ways to use the library:
Either install and run it as a standalone application. You can do this by downloading it from the above link, unpacking it and running it.
Or you can just use it when you generate XML schema from an ontology using the following command:
java -jar owl2xs.jar ontology.owl
Download the latest version of the library here:
Version History
Release 1.3.9 (2012-09-04)
Correctly implement OWL 2 compliance (thanks to Olaf Beier of Zuse Institute Berlin)
Version 1.3.8 (2012-08-17)
Add support for using OWL2 RDFS (thanks to kenstone)
Version 1.3.7 (2012-08-16)
Improvements in files that cannot be loaded (thanks to kenstone)
Version 1.3.6 (2012-08-08)
Correctly load simple URLs (thanks to kenstone)
Version 1.3.5 (2012-05-31)
Improved OWL 2 compliance support for OntMappings
Version 1.3.4 (2012-05-31)
Apply OWL 2 constraints if available
Version 1.3.3 (2012-05-24)
Updated Javadoc
Version 1.3.2 (2012-04-09)
Allow OWL 2 DL to be loaded in read only mode
Version 1.3.1 (2012-02-05)
Add support for loading

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A lightweight Java library that you can use to generate XML schema from any OWL2 ontology.
Main OWL2XS Features:
* Generate the corresponding XML schema from the ontology in JSON or YAML format
* Uses the JSON serializer defined in the Json-Schema library
* Generate a Java code for every class and annotation property
* Includes a set of tools to manage the generated file in an organized way
The wol2x script to generate Java/XML from an OWL2 ontology is available through the command line.

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