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This blog series(3) shows how to setup a fully-functioning RDF triplestore on the Oracle Public Cloud. We will show how configure Oracle Spatial and Graph – RDF Semantic Graph on an existing Oracle Database Cloud Service (DBCS) instance. In this example, we will use Oracle Database version 18.1.
Part 1 explains how to create a DBCS instance, refer to the tutorial link below and the HOW-TO document at the end of this blog. Subsequent posts in this blog series will show how to load a publicly-available RDF dataset and configure a W3C-standard SPARQL endpoint.
Part 2 will show how to use SQL Developer to load some publicly available RDF data into our DBCS instance and execute a few SPARQL queries with SQL Developer's SPARQL query editor.
Part 3 we will complete the setup of our RDF triplestore in the Oracle Public Cloud by configuring a W3C-standard SPARQL endpoint.
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RDF Semantic & Property Graph