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From Reto Bachmann-Gmür <>
Subject Re: Setting a read limit when parsing a Graph
Date Tue, 14 Aug 2012 12:11:22 GMT
Hi Alessandro,

Two things:

- the mark method doesn't truncate the stream after the indicated number of
bytes, but makes sure that within the indicated number of bytes one can
reset the stream back to that position. If one reads more than the
indicated number of bytes the mark becomes invalid (i.e. reset won't work)
but otherwise the stream behaves as normal.
- I'mm not sure how the jena parser works and if you get the triples read
so far if your rdf/xml is truncated. You might want to truncate n-triples
after a dot.


On Tue, Aug 14, 2012 at 1:53 PM, Alessandro Adamou <>wrote:

> Hi,
> I need to write a function that performs lookahead of the OWL ontology ID
> for a Graph, therefore it has to scan the content up to a certain point to
> see if it has found an ontology IRI / version IRI pair.
> I thought that setting mark() on a BufferedInputStream did the trick,
> something like:
> MGraph graph = new SimpleMGraph();
> BufferedInputStream bIn = new BufferedInputStream(content);
> bIn.mark(1240); // Read up to 1k
> parser.parse(graph, bIn, SupportedFormat.RDF_XML);
> (parser has a Jena parser provider registered)
> But apparently this is not working. Even for streams much longer than 1
> kiB, with the interesting triples right at the very end, these triples are
> always found.
> Do the Clerezza parser override the marks on a buffered stream, or maybe
> Jena is doing so? Or even better, am I doing this wrong?
> Best,
> -- Alessandro
> --
> M.Sc. Alessandro Adamou
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> Department of Computer Science
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