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Report

The report command runs a series of quality control SPARQL queries over the input ontology and generates a TSV or YAML report file based on the results. Each query has a logging level to define the severity of the issue: ERROR, WARN, or INFO.

By default, the output is a TSV file. You can also get a YAML output by including --format YAML. A summary of the report is also printed to the console:

Violations: 710
-----------------
ERROR:      109
WARN:       572
INFO:       29

Failing

By default, report will fail if any ERROR-level violations are found. This can be changed by setting the --fail-on level to a different logging level. For example, if you want your report to fail if there are any WARN-level violations:

robot report --input edit.owl \
  --fail-on WARN \
  --output report.tsv

If the report fails, the command will exit with a status of 1, but a report will still be generated and written to the output file. To always pass (even with errors), change the level to --fail-on none.

Queries

report runs a number of queries, each with a default logging level. See the full list.

Each query retrieves a triple in the form of ?entity ?property ?value. The ?entity is the violating entity, the ?property is the property that is being violated, and ?value is what is causing the violation (which could be empty).

For example, the query to retrieve references to deprecatd classes:

SELECT DISTINCT ?entity ?property ?value WHERE
  {?value owl:deprecated true .
   ?entity a owl:Class .
   ?entity ?property ?value }

Here, the ?value is any deprecated class that is referenced in another entity’s axioms.

You can provide your own queries to use in the report (which can be included in the profile, described below). Please make sure to follow this ?entity ?property ?value pattern when writing these queries.

Profiles

Each QC query is given the corresponding logging level shown above in the default profile. The profile is a simple text file with a logging level followed by the query name (separated by a tab). Each line represents one query configuration:

ERROR	definition_cardinality
INFO	deprecated_class

report allows the user to define their own profile to configure different logging levels and include their own QC queries with the --profile option:

robot report --input edit.owl \
  --profile my-profile.txt \
  --output my-report.tsv

For all default queries, include the query name shown above. If you do not wish to include a default query in your report, simply omit it from your profile. Any queries not named in the profile will not be run. Furthermore, your own queries can be included by providing the desired logging level followed by the path.

This example would create a report with references to deprecated classes as ERROR and the user query violations as INFO:

ERROR	deprecated_class
INFO	file:///absolute/path/to/other_query.rq

Error Messages

Report Level Error

The logging level defined in a profile must be ERROR, WARN, or INFO.