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November 24, 2012 / admin

Stardog ASCII art power

I’ve just installed the Stardog RDF database for the first time (painless. Download, unzip to some directory, set an environment variable, done. TAKE A NOTE, triple stores.) and on server startup I was greeted with this wonderful peace of ASCII art:

You’ve just won me over.

Edit: Downloaded, installed, and loaded one of the example files with Stardog in 2 minutes. User-friendliness win. Now, if you could perhaps explain what that mysterious “-t D” flag is…

$ ./stardog-admin create -n myDB -t D -u admin -p admin --server \ 
snarl://localhost:5820/ examples/data/University0_0.owl

Without the flag, the loading simply fails with “Authentication failed”. Eh.

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