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Which XML or XDS Files to Import First into DTS Knowledgebase
Last Post 13 Mar 2019 11:23 PM by Brandon. 0 Replies.
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13 Mar 2019 11:23 PM
    I installed DTS, MySQL, WildFly12 and all is working great. The last step I need to accomplish is to populate the DTS knowledgebase which is proving to be more difficult than I thought. I read through the DTS Import Wizard User Guide 4.6 several times but am confused as to what files to begin with or where to start.

    Do I need to import the three XML Schema (.xsd) files first referenced on page 21 titled:

    1) thesaurus-schema-v5.xsd
    2) ontylog-schema-v5.xsd
    3) extension-schema-v5.xsd

    After these are imported can I then import the "Core_MEDRT_YYY.MM.DD_DTS.xml" file last?
    When I do load the thee initial files listed above, do I choose the option in the Import Wizard titled "Run an XML Namespace import"? Do I use this same option when importing the "Core_MEDRT_YYY.MM.DD_DTS.xml" file as well? Or do I need to create a New Namespace first, and if so should they have the same names as the .xsd files above, such as "thesaurus-schema-5". I am logged as an administrator but this button is greyed out for me.

    The Import Wizard documentation is a little unclear to me as to what needs to be done first or if this is the correct approach.

    I know this is a lot of questions but this will help me and others I feel.

    Thanks.
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