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Starting with TBC release 5.2, AllegroGraph works with TBC using the Sesame 2 connector, which is built into TBC. (There was an AllegroGraph plugin which could be used preparacion para radiografia de columna lumbosacra with versions of TBC up to 5.1.4. However, the plugin does not work with TBC 5.2 and later. The first part of this document describes connecting AllegroGraph and TBC with the Sesame 2 connector. The older plugin method is still described, below in the second part of this document.) Installing TopBraid Composer

Start AllegroGraph, either on the machine running TBC or on a machine accessible over the network by the machine running TBC. In the example below, we start AllegroGraph on machine crow, listening on port 10035. We have created a new, empty repository named kenn.

In the navigator pane in the lower left, open the TopBraid folder, right click in the background to display the menu and choose New | Folder. You will be asked for the parent folder ( TopBraid) and the name ( AG4). When done, the window will look like:

The next step is to export kennedy.ttl into AllegroGraph database. In the Navigator Pane, right-click the escoliosis lumbar ejercicios TopBraid/AG4 node, and select Export from the context menu. In the Export dialog box, open the TopBraid Composer node and select Export/Merge/Convert RDF Graphs. Click Next.

The Export/Merge/Convert RDF Graphs dialog will appear. In the Export into format field, choose *Sesame2 Remote Repository (s2r) * from the drop-down list. Choose a file name (‘kennedy’ in the illustration). Make sure the checkbox next to the http://topbraid.org/examples/kennedys* is checked, then dolor lumbar izquierdo causas Click Next.

The Service URL specifies the machine and port of the AllegroGraph server. In this example (which was created with TBC running on Windows) the machine is crow and the port is 10035 (the port value used in a default AllegroGraph install). If you were running TBC on the same (Linux) machine as the AllegroGraph server, you could specify http://localhost:10035.

The User Name and Password are for the AllegroGraph login. The user and the password must have been already set up in AllegroGraph. The test user is the default initial superuser in an AllegroGraph installation. The password (unreadable in the image but ‘xyzzy’) is the default password for user test in an AllegroGraph installation. Because user test is a superuser estenosis lumbar ejercicios, there is no issue about permissions. If you specify a non-superuser, be sure that user has appropriate permissions for whatever you wish to do.

Open TopBraid’s SPARQL editor pane (look for the SPARQL tab at the bottom right of the TBC window — where the orange arrows are in the illustration fisioterapia lumbar which shows the SPARQL tab already selected). It contains a default SPARQL query that searches for rdfs:subClassOf triples. The SPARQL window has three buttons that let you run a query with or without locally-configured inferencing. Click the green "Run" button to run this query (we have done this already to produce the illustration). After a few seconds you will see a table of ?subject and ?object values returned from the triple store.

AllegroGraph runs on 64-bit (x86-64) Linux. Windows and Mac users can simulate a 64-bit Linux environment using the AllegroGraph Virtual Machine, which can escoliosis izquierda be downloaded from the AllegroGraph Download page. The virtual machine has AllegroGraph pre-installed on port 10035. TopBraid Composer can be connected to the virtual machine for experiments where performance is not critical.

To connect TopBraid Composer to a virtual AllegroGraph server, with both running on the same physical computer, all you need is the IP address of the virtual machine. This IP address is usually assigned when the virtual machine comes on line, and may change from session to session. To discover the current IP address in the AllegroGraph 6.1.3 or newer VM, open a terminal window and run the script ~/franz/ipaddr.sh. That will report the current IP address of the VM.

The AllegroGraph Virtual Machine’s network adaptor is set to Network Address Translation (NAT) by default. This setting makes it easy to connect TBC to the VM when both radiografia de columna lumbosacra dieta are on the same host computer. If you have TBC and the VM running on separate computers, you might encounter difficulty making the connection.

To connect to a virtual AllegroGraph server on a network computer, you will have to reconfigure the virtual machine’s network adaptor. Open the VM menu > Settings… > Network Adaptor dialog box. The objective is to turn off NAT and enable "bridging estenosis lumbar sintomas" instead.

Close the dialog box and reboot the virtual machine. Run the script ~/franz/ipaddr.sh in a terminal (or run ifconfig if you have an older VM — see above for details) to get the new IP address. This address (using port 10035) will connect across the network.

Until TBC release 5.2, the AllegroGraph TopBraid Composer Plugin let the TBC user connect to an AllegroGraph server, load data into an AllegroGraph triple store, and execute SPARQL queries against the triple store. If the user has the proper AllegroGraph privileges, it is also possible to issue Prolog queries and to use the RDFS++ inference.

To test the AllegroGraph plugin installation, you will need symptoms of herniated lumbar disk access to an AllegroGraph server (version 4.0.6 or later). You will need the URL and port number of the server, plus the name and password of an AllegroGraph user who is authorized to create and manipulate a triple store.

The test consists of taking a .owl ontology in the TopBraid environment, converting it into AllegroGraph format, pushing it to a triple store on the AllegroGraph server, and then running a SPARQL query that returns results from AllegroGraph back to TopBraid Composer. Connect TBC to AllegroGraph (for TBC 5.1.4 and earlier)

The next step is to export geotravel.owl as an AllegroGraph database. In the Navigator Pane, right-click dolor cadera izquierda y zona lumbar the TopBraid/AG4 node, and select Export from the context menu. In the Export dialog box, open the TopBraid Composer node and select Export/Merge/Convert RDF Graphs. Click Next.

On the next panel, enter your AllegroGraph URL, port number, and credentials. Enter the name of an existing AllegroGraph catalog, or leave that field blank to use the default RootCatalog. Then enter the name of the repository you want to use within that catalog, such as tbcgeo. If you use a new repository name, AllegroGraph will create a repository for you.

Open TopBraid’s SPARQL editor pane (look for the SPARQL tab). It contains a default SPARQL query that searches for rdfs:subClassOf triples. The SPARQL hernia discal lumbar ejercicios prohibidos window has three buttons that let you run a query with or without locally-configured inferencing. Click the green "Run" button to run this query. After a few seconds you will see a table of ?subject and ?object values returned from the triple store.

The TopBraid SPARQL editor lets you use TopBraid’s local inference features. To use AllegroGraph’s server-side inference (and to pose Prolog queries in addition to SPARQL queries), you’ll need to open the Agraph View. Select Window menu > Show view > Other… to open the Show View dialog box. In the TopBraid folder select the Agraph view. Click the OK button.

AllegroGraph runs on 64-bit (x86-64) Linux. Windows and Mac escoliosis lumbar sintomas users can simulate a 64-bit Linux environment using the AllegroGraph Virtual Machine, which can be downloaded from the AllegroGraph Download page. The virtual machine has AllegroGraph pre-installed on port 10035. TopBraid Composer can be connected to the virtual machine for experiments where performance is not critical.

To connect TopBraid Composer to a virtual AllegroGraph server, with both running on the same physical computer, all you need is the IP address of the virtual machine. This IP address is usually assigned when the virtual machine comes on line, and may change from session to session. To discover the current IP address, open a terminal window in the virtual machine and type the ifconfig command. (Note: ifconfig, not ipconfig.) The server’s IP address is in the second line of the response.

The AllegroGraph Virtual Machine’s network adaptor is set of Network Address Translation (NAT) by default. This setting makes it easy to connect TBC to the escoliosis causas VM when both are on the same host computer. If you have TBC and the VM running on separate computers, you might encounter difficulty making the connection.

To connect to a virtual AllegroGraph server on a network computer, you will have to reconfigure the virtual machine’s network adaptor. Open the VM menu > Settings… > Network Adaptor dialog box. The object is to turn off NAT and enable &quot escoliosis de convexidad derecha;bridging" instead. Windows (for TBC 5.1.4 and earlier)

• When you export data to AllegroGraph using the AllegroGraph Plugin in TBC, a triple describing the ontology’s base URI ( rdf:type owl:Ontology) is added, even if it already exists in the data. If the database doesn’t have duplicate removal enabled, this causes a duplicate entry to appear.