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4s-import: Import RDF into a 4store KB


4s-import - Import RDF into a 4store KB
4s-import kbname [-v] [-a] [-M default-model] [-m model] [-f format] [rdf-file] ... -v, --verbose Increase verbosity (by default success is silent) -a, --add Ordinarily importing RDF to a model replaces any previous contents of that model, by using the --add flag this behaviour is overridden and any triples which were previously in the model are retained. -M, --model-default Set a model (graph) URI which is used by default for all imported files -m, --model Set a model (graph) URI for the next named file only (overrides -M if it has been used) -f, --format Tell the RDF parser the format of the files (if not specified the parser will guess)
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$ 4s-import demo one.ttl two.xrdf Imports two files into the demo KB, each as a separate model (graph) guessing the RDF format used for each file $ 4s-import demo -M //example.com/menu starters.ttl mains.ttl sweets.ttl Imports three files into a single graph named <//example.com/menu> 4S-IMPORT(1)

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