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That is because resource is a reserved keyword.
Please refer to the following document.
So no PL/SQL keyword can appear in the select clause of a SPARQL statement? Shouldn't the code that translates a SPARQL statement into a SEM_MATCH statement just change that into a valid string? I'm not writing the PL/SQL statement, the Oracle Jena plugin is the one creating the improper statement.
You have a valid point. It is a good requirement for us. For now, please change the names slightly.