Storing RDF and RDFS in Sesame Repository

In programming, semanticweb on February 7, 2005 at 8:18 AM

Male jeen
Sesame developer

If you store the files in seperate repositories, you will not be able to do queries that return information from both files (since a query is always evaluated against a single repository). On the other hand, if you keep them seperate it is easier to modify one file without disturbing the other.

So it depends on what you want to do. In most cases where querying is involved, putting files in a single repository is the most logical choice though.


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