What's the point of this page?
The Semantic Web developpers are in a nasty mess! Basically they have several hard choices to make:
Of course the smart developper will answer: RDF+OWL+Jena+Sesame+Pellet. I did that. And I managed to make it all work together.
Thanks to the wonderful Jena2Sesame from the Gnowsis project. This tool provides Jena model on top of a Sesame repository. Now, you get:
As far as I understood the source code of Jena2Sesame, everything works fine except triple deletion. I did not have to use that feature so I cannot tell more.
Unfortunately, the Jena2Sesame is deprecated in Gnowsis (they went the Rdf2go way). So the code is outdated (based on Sesame alpha3 API). So there is a need to make it uptodate again. And may be insure that most usual Jena features are supported.
The proposal is to make Sesame guys and Gnowsis guys to evaluate the difficulty of updating Jena2Sesame to the latest Jena and Sesame versions. And to list all the features available (or not) in the tool. At the end, may be the project could be available directly in Sesame, or as a standalone project on Sourceforge.
This page is here to present this project and propose a pre-packaged Eclipse project containing Jena2.5.2, Sesame 2.0b4 and (outdated) Jena2Sesame. The project does not compile, of course, but it allows very quick debugging. Just import the zip file as a project in Eclipse, and the highlighting will show you the errors.
This project can be downloaded here. Just do a "File > Import > Exsting Project into Workspace > Select Archive file" on the jenaSesame.zip, and you should get a project ready to debug.
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