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       RDF::Endpoint - A SPARQL Protocol Endpoint implementation


       This document describes RDF::Endpoint version 0.10.


        plackup /usr/local/bin/endpoint.psgi


       This modules implements the SPARQL Protocol for RDF using the PSGI interface provided by
       Plack. It may be run with any Plack handler.  See Plack::Handler for more details.

       When this module is used to create a SPARQL endpoint, configuration variables are loaded
       using Config::ZOMG. An example configuration file rdf_endpoint.json is included with this
       package. Valid top-level configuration keys include:

           This is used to define the underlying RDF::Trine::Store for the endpoint.  It can be a
           hashref of the type that can be passed to RDF::Trine::Store->new_with_config, but a
           simple string can also be used.

           A hash of endpoint-specific configuration variables. Valid keys for this hash include:

           update  A boolean value indicating whether Update operations should be allowed to be
                   executed by the endpoint.

                   A boolean value indicating whether the endpoint should use URLs that appear in
                   FROM and FROM NAMED clauses to construct a SPARQL dataset by dereferencing the
                   URLs and loading the retrieved RDF content.

                   An associative array (hash) containing details on which and how much
                   information to include in the service description provided by the endpoint if
                   no query is included for execution. The boolean values 'default' and
                   'named_graphs' indicate that the respective SPARQL dataset graphs should be
                   described by the service description.

           html    An associative array (hash) containing details on how results should be
                   serialized when the output media type is HTML. The boolean value
                   'resource_links' specifies whether URI values should be serialized as HTML
                   anchors (links).  The boolean value 'embed_images' specifies whether URI
                   values that are typed as foaf:Image should be serialized as HTML images. If
                   'embed_images' is true, the integer value 'image_width' specifies the image
                   width to be used in the HTML markup (letting the image height scale


   Using Plack::Handler::Apache2
       Using Plack::Handler::Apache2, mod_perl2 can be configured to serve and endpoint using the
       following configuration:

         <Location /sparql>
           SetHandler perl-script
           PerlResponseHandler Plack::Handler::Apache2
           PerlSetVar psgi_app /path/to/endpoint.psgi
           PerlSetEnv RDF_ENDPOINT_CONFIG /path/to/rdf_endpoint.json

       To get syntax highlighting and other pretty features, in the VirtualHost section of your
       server, add three aliases:

         Alias /js/ /path/to/share/www/js/
         Alias /favicon.ico /path/to/share/www/favicon.ico
         Alias /css/ /path/to/share/www/css/

       The exact location can be determined by finding where the file "sparql_form.js".


       "new ( \%conf )"
       "new ( $model, \%conf )"
           Returns a new Endpoint object. "\%conf" should be a HASH reference with configuration

       "run ( $req )"
           Handles the request specified by the supplied Plack::Request object, returning an
           appropriate Plack::Response object.

           Returns a unique key for each instantiation of this service.

       "service_description ( $request, $model )"
           Returns a new RDF::Trine::Model object containing a service description of this
           endpoint, generating dataset statistics from $model.


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        Gregory Todd Williams <>


       Copyright (c) 2010-2014 Gregory Todd Williams.

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