Just so everyone knows, it turns out that the problem was fixed by a call to "refreshData"; we also discovered a small bug in Semantic Drilldown that should be fixed in the latest version, 0.3.5 (released today). So as far as I know, SD should now work with any SMW installation.


On Feb 5, 2008 12:58 PM, Yaron Koren <yaron57@gmail.com> wrote:

Yes, Semantic Drilldown is supposed to work with SMW 1.0. There were some problems before with getting filters to load when using SMW 1.0, but they were supposed to have been fixed in the current version, 0.3.4; so it's not a good sign that it's failing for you. I'll contact you privately about trying to figure out what's causing the problem.


On Feb 5, 2008 12:21 PM, <zehetner@molgen.mpg.de> wrote:
Does the Semantic Drilldown Extension work with SMW 1.0 (as on discoursedb it
seems SMW 0.7 is still used)?

I just don't get any Filters listed on the 'Browse Data' page although I think I
defined the Filters correctly and also added the [[Has filter::Filter:xxx]]
statements on the corresponding category pages. I only get the Subcategory:
selection line and than the first 10 page names.
Everything is done, as far as I can see, exactly like on the discoursedb pages.

MediaWiki: 1.11.1 (r30349)
PHP: 5.2.1 (apache2handler)
MySQL: 4.0.14

Semantic Drilldown (version 0.3.4)
Semantic MediaWiki (version 1.0)


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