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HBase Forum

Exposing Data In HBase as RDF

  • #20659
    KIRAN V K
    Member

    I have written a HBase scanner that converts HBase row entries into RDF.Can anybody suggest a streaming SPRAQL endpoint that can be used to answer SPARQL queries without actually storing the generated RDF representation?

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  • #21010
    Robert
    Participant

    Hi Kiran,
    Not too familiar with SPARQL, but it sounds like you want to have a SPARQL client that can access the hadoop data? Is that correct?

    Regards,
    Robert

    #21054
    KIRAN V K
    Member

    Yes, a SPARQL client that can access data in HBase.My purpose is semantic integration of data across HBase tables.Can you recommend an approach?

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