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From "Rob Vesse" <>
Subject RE: Fuseki Quirk?
Date Tue, 01 Feb 2011 10:54:17 GMT
Ok that's great - works for me now.  I was just issuing a SELECT * WHERE {?s
?p ?o} hence the lack of results

One other odd thing I've just noticed in testing your alternative query is
that if I try and do a PUT with the graph set to ?default which if I
understood our previous discussions on Fuseki should PUT into the default
graph this instead seems to just create a new Graph (in my case
http://localhost:3030/dataset/data?default) rather than going into the
unnamed default graph as I had hoped?

Is this is the correct URI or can you not PUT directly to the default graph?


-----Original Message-----
From: Andy Seaborne [] 
Sent: 01 February 2011 10:43
Subject: Re: Fuseki Quirk?

On 01/02/11 10:11, Rob Vesse wrote:
> Hi all,
> Not sure if this is an issue/bug or not but thought I'd ask about this
> anyway.
> When I PUT data to my Fuseki instance using either the SPARQL Uniform HTTP
> protocol or SPARQL Update that data is retrievable via the SPARQL Uniform
> HTTP Protocol but not via SPARQL Query.
> Yet if I use the File upload function from the Fuseki control panel the
> does show up under a SPARQL Query
> Is this by design or is this a bug?
> Rob Vesse

Seems to work for me.

I tried: "SELECT * { { ?s ?p ?o } UNION { GRAPH ?g { ?s ?p ?o }}}" fro 
the command line and from the web form and got the triple I'd PUT into 
the graph results.

BTW this is a GET request - caching may apply.


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