Generate a@context based on external ontologies IRIs

Call: https://smartdatamodels.org/extra/create_external_referenced_context.php

Parameters: (Mandatories)

  • localContext: Link to the RAW version or the direct payload of the local context
  • configOntologies: configuration file for merging the different ontologies (see example)
  • mail: your email

Example: https://smartdatamodels.org/extra/create_external_referenced_context.php?contextOntologies=https://raw.githubusercontent.com/smart-data-models/data-models/master/context/config_ontologies.json&localContext=https://raw.githubusercontent.com/smart-data-models/data-models/master/context/context2.0.jsonld&email=alberto.abella@fiware.org

It returns a JSON file with a @context with all the attribute’s names and theirĀ  IRIs based on external ontologies (if not found they keep the original ones)
Note: NGSI-LD context brokers replace any terms which are in the core context by their equivalent IRI. (So core context prevails over any @context provided)

If the ontologies configuration file is omitted by default it is used this one.

It takes a while around 3-10 seconds so be patient after clicking.

You can also use this form

    This form generates a @context by replacing the local IRIs of Smart Data Models by those terms in the ontologies you choose. If not found it keeps the local IRIs




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