Apache Jena Fuseki is a SPARQL server. It can run as a operating system service, as a Java web application (WAR file), and as a standalone server. It provides security (using Apache Shiro) and has a user interface for server monitoring and administration.
Fuseki is tightly integrated with TDB to provide a robust, transactional persistent storage layer, and incorporates Jena text query and Jena spatial query. It can be used to provide the protocol engine for other RDF query and storage systems.
The Jena users mailing is the place to get help with Fuseki.
Releases of Apache Jena Fuseki can be downloaded from one of the mirror sites:
and previous releases are available from the archive. We strongly recommend that users use the latest official Apache releases of Jena Fuseki in preference to any older versions.
Fuseki download files
||Fuseki download, includes everything.|
||Fuseki server, as an executable jar.|
||Fuseki server, as a web application archive (.war) file.|
<dependency> <groupId>org.apache.jena</groupId> <artifactId>jena-fuseki-war</artifactId> <type>war</type> <version>X.Y.Z</version> </dependency>
and for Fuseki Main:
<dependency> <groupId>org.apache.jena</groupId> <artifactId>jena-fuseki-main</artifactId> <version>X.Y.Z</version> </dependency>
While previous releases are available, we strongly recommend that wherever possible users use the latest official Apache releases of Jena in preference to using any older versions of Jena.
Previous Apache Jena releases can be found in the Apache archive area at http://archive.apache.org/dist/jena
Regular development builds of all of Jena are available (these are not formal releases) from the Apache snapshots maven repository. This includes packaged builds of Fuseki.
The quick start section serves as a basic guide to getting a Fuseki server running on your local machine.
See all the ways to run Fuseki for complete coverage of all the deployment methods for Fuseki.
We welcome contributions towards making Jena a better platform for semantic web and linked data applications. We appreciate feature suggestions, bug reports and patches for code or documentation.
See "Getting Involved" for ways to contribute to Jena and Fuseki, including patches and making github pull-requests.
The development codebase is available from git.
Development builds (not a formal release): SNAPSHOT
Source code mirrored to github: https://github.com/apache/jena/tree/master/jena-fuseki2
Fuseki 1 is still available for legacy use. Documentation for Fuseki1.