why won't is a:Programming language show as a link in the main page? Also why doesn't a search for "Java" return both "Java" and "Java (island)" ? Only the first one is returned.
- There was a typo (missing closing second Bracket]. And a search for Java does return both - when I type Java into the box to the left, and then click "search", I can see both results. Or do you mean sth else? --Denny 12:44, 11 May 2006 (CEST)
Thanks for fixing the link. For search yes it only shows one result for me. I notice my browser only has the "Main" checkbox ticked (default). Do you have other ones selected in your search criteria?
 different Lemmas
Instead it would require to split the article into Java (programming language), Java (island), and Java (coffee). You could then apply something like
[[skos::prefLabel:="Java"]] [[skos:altLabel:="Java Coffee"]] or
[[dc:title:="Java"]] to all of them.
-- MovGP0 20:08, 11 May 2006 (CEST)
Just curious why articles can't be polymorphic? It seems to parse correctly in the pink (purple?) section and resolve as rdf. Also all 3 are recognized as linking to isa from the "what links here" link. Tried to search for more info on polymorphism in this context but it says 'There is no page titled ":polymorphic" ' (prefixes a ":" for some reason. Does the same if I search for "san fran" even though there is an article about San Francisco. Would be easier if there was some more direction in the Help page also if the search could be more intuitive (for instance in Wikipedia which is using the same wiki engine "san fran" finds the correct page). Not complaining, I realize this is still beta but I think it should be simple to add and search for simple information, some more guidance for new users interested in exploring the fine-grained structure of concepts. Also what about other relations beside is a? If you are describing the concept Car and want to say in the article has-part engine, has-part wheels, has-part doors and so on why would multiple instances of that relation be allowed in a page but not is-a?