4 Replies Latest reply: Oct 3, 2011 12:19 PM by sdas RSS

    RDBMS and RDF- SparQL

    880207
      Hi,

      I have some data in RDBMS table's and some data stored as Triple in RDF tables. In my SparQL query, can i combine both RDBMS and RDF together in a single query?
      if it is possible, it would be great if you can share some example.

      I am looking for something like this, FIND SUPERVISOR NAME

      RDBMS table- EMPLOYEE - contains all employee names
      RDF table - EMPLOYEE_HEIRARCY - contains employee heirarcy
      MODEL- MD_EMPLOYEE

      SPARQL QUERY:

      SELECT ?SUPERVISOR WHERE { ?SUPERVISOR :isSeniorOf ?EMPLOYEE  AND ?EMPLOYEE ='MH'}
      above query is not correct query w.r.t to syntax, i m looking for such a logic taking employee name from rdbms table and heirarcy from rdf table in a single sparql query.

      Thanks and Regards,
      Manish Hardasmalani
        • 1. Re: RDBMS and RDF- SparQL
          sdas
          You can do this from a SQL query using SEM_MATCH table function which allows you to specify a SPARQL graph pattern.
          SEM_MATCH retrieves relevant data from the RDF store which can then be joined with one or more relational tables.

          For more details on use of SEM_MATCH, please refer to documentation at:
          http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E11882_01/appdev.112/e11828/sdo_rdf_concepts.htm#CHDJACII
          • 2. Re: RDBMS and RDF- SparQL
            880207
            Hi,

            I am using Jena & SparQL. I am not sure if i can call SEM_MATCH query directly from Jena. As per my understanding Sparql gets converted to SEM_MATCH query.
            As i am calling Sparql query using Jena, I want to use RDBMS table data also with sparql query in a single query.

            If possible , kindly share an example , it would be of great help

            Thanks and Regards,
            Manish H
            • 3. Re: RDBMS and RDF- SparQL
              880207
              Any view on above comment
              • 4. Re: RDBMS and RDF- SparQL
                sdas
                Use of SPARQL from Jena does not currently allow access to relational tables. A workaround you may consider trying would be to first generate RDF triples from the relational tables and then try querying using SPARQL the original RDF data plus the RDF data generated from relational tables.