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When you created your application table "articles_rdf_data" did you set the tablespace?
SQL> create table xyz(i int) tablespace rdf_tblspace;
If you don't want to set it explicitly, you need to change the session user's default
tablespace. Assume your session user is scott
SQL> ALTER USER scott DEFAULT TABLESPACE rdf_tblspace;
sorry for the late reply. i didn't set the tablespace as rdf_tblspace explictly when i created the table articles_rdf_data. that's why the created table is using the default tablespace sysaux. now i need to change the default tablespace as rdf_tblspace. thanks for your help.
another issue: it is said in the developer's guide that 'Duplicate triples are not stored in the database.' however, when i inserted a duplicate triple in a table, it didn't stop it. so, how can i configure the database to prevent duplicate triples to be stored in the database. thanks in advance.
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We take out duplicates when triples are stored in MDSYS schema (behind the scenes). That's why if you query MDSYS.RDFM_<model_name> view, you will not find any duplicates.
Duplicates will show up in your application table if you insert a triple multiple times into the same application
table. These duplicates will not affect the results of SPARQL queries.
Hi Zhe Wu,
Thank you very much.