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From Giuseppe Miscione <>
Subject Re: Name aware graphs
Date Fri, 19 Apr 2013 07:51:04 GMT
Hi Reto,
TcManager has only this method:

public Set<UriRef> getNames(Graph graph) {
     return super.getNames(graph);

That works only on graphs, not on triple collections. Moreover, this 
method delegates names retrieval to WeightedTcProvider.getNames(Graph 
graph), which isn't implemented in a lot of concrete classes or isn't 
efficient like in

For the identity criterion, I think you can just skip the name field 
when checking for identity, keeping the current comparison algorithm and 
you can just add another equalsWithName() method that makes also a name 
check, if someone needs it.


Il 19/04/2013 06:31, Reto Bachmann-Gmür ha scritto:
> Hi Giuseppe
> Hasan knows more abut the Sparql related parts.
> Adding a name to the graph (subclass of TripleCollection) interface if
> problematic as it would seem to affect the identity criterion. The RDF
> Abstract Syntax and Semantics define the concept of graphs and specify when
> they are identical the Clerezza API tries to stick to this.
> However TcManager provided method to return the name(s) of
> TripleCollection. Isn't this good enough?
> Cheers,
> Reto
> On Thu, Apr 18, 2013 at 11:40 AM, Giuseppe Miscione <
>> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm developing an enhanced SparqlEngine that allows to use Jena LARQL
>> extension to make full text queries inside sparql.
>> LARQL requires that a Lucene index is created for the graph on which the
>> full text query is executed and I'm storing these indexes in folders whose
>> name is the same name of the corresponding Clerezza graph.
>> Currently, SparqlEngine.execute method receives only a TripleCollection,
>> which isn't aware of the name with which it has been loaded by the
>> TcManager and so I can't easily figure out which is the Lucene index that I
>> have to bind to Jena query execution context to make LARQL work properly.
>> What do you think of adding a pair of getName() and setName(String name)
>> methods to the TripleCollection interface so that the TcManager can bind
>> the name used to load the triples to the collection?
>> Regards,
>> Giuseppe

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