Apache Jena is packaged as downloads which contain the most commonly used portions of the systems:
Jena4 requires Java 11.
Jena jars are available from Maven.
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The binary distribution of Fuseki (this includes both the standalone and WAR file packaging):
Source release: this forms the official release of Apache Jena. All binaries artifacts and maven binaries correspond to this source.
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The binary distribution of libraries contains the APIs, SPARQL engine, the TDB native RDF database and a variety of command line scripts and tools for working with these systems.
Apache Jena publishes a range of modules beyond those included in the binary distributions (code for all modules may be found in the source distribution).
Individual modules may be obtained using a dependency manager which can talk to Maven repositories, some modules are only available via Maven.
See “Using Jena with Apache Maven” for full details.
<dependency> <groupId>org.apache.jena</groupId> <artifactId>apache-jena-libs</artifactId> <type>pom</type> <version>X.Y.Z</version> </dependency>
The development codebase is available from git.
This is also avilable on github:
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 https://archive.apache.org/dist/jena.