Jena documentation overview
This section contains detailed information about the various Jena
sub-systems, aimed at developers using Jena. For more general introductions,
please refer to the Getting started and Tutorial
- The RDF API - the core RDF API in Jena
- SPARQL - querying and updating RDF models using the SPARQL standards
- Fuseki - SPARQL server which can present RDF data and answer SPARQL queries over HTTP
- I/O - reading and writing RDF data
- Assembler - describing recipes for constructing Jena models declaratively using RDF
- Inference - using the Jena rules engine and other inference algorithms to derive consequences from RDF models
- Ontology - support for handling OWL models in Jena
- TDB - a fast persistent triple store that stores directly to disk
- TDB2 - next generation TDB
- RDF Connection - a SPARQL API for local datasets and remote services
- SHACL - SHACL processor for Jena
- Javadoc - JavaDoc generated from the Jena source
- Text Search - enhanced indexes using Lucene or Solr for more efficient searching of text literals in Jena models and datasets.
- GeoSPARQL - support for GeoSPARQL
- Elephas - working with RDF data on Apache Hadoop.
- How-To’s - various topic-specific how-to documents
- Permissions - a permissions wrapper around Jena RDF implementation
- JDBC - a SPARQL over JDBC driver framework
- Tools - various command-line tools and utilities to help developers manage RDF data and other aspects of Jena
- QueryBuilder - Classes to simplify the programatic building of varous query and update statements.
- Extras - various modules that provide utilities and larger packages that make Apache Jena development or usage easier but that do not fall within the standard Jena framework.