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  1. SWEET application is required
    1. Profiles URIs need to be added to all Person records in eagle-i
  2. Define the base URL for Profiles
    1. In the, add a new property eaglei.datatools.profilesBase
    2. The expected value of this property is a URL
    3. The default value of this property is
  3. In order to display resource types in a user friendly and compact format, a csv file is required. Create a csv file that maps the name of the resource type as defined by the eagle-i ontology and the desired display name
    1. The expected name of the file is profiles-resource-label-mappings.csv
    2. The expected location of the file is in the same directory as the file, in other words, the eagle-i config directory.
    3. The expected format of the file is:
      1. lines that start with '#' and blank lines are ignored
      2. each line is one mapping
      3. each mapping is in the form of key,value. These are case sensitive.

      4. keys starting with * indicate a partial match and are meant to cover several eagle-i terms that share a common part. For example, *Mus means that both Mus and Mus Musculus will be mapped.
    4. Sample file: profiles-resource-label-mappings.csv
    5. For the mapping *Mus,Mouse strains:
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  4. Set up an external process which accesses the eagle-i profiles web service and writes the response to a location. This process should be recurring to get updated information.
    1. The web service is located at [your eagle-i installation]/sweet/profiles.
    2. For example, Harvard's eagle-i profiles web service is located at
  5. Configure Profiles application to access this resource dump (following Profiles instructions)