Summary: The Resource Description Framework (RDF) is a family of W3 specification standard that enables the exchange of data and metadata. Using IBM® DB2® 10 for Linux®, UNIX®, and Windows® Enterprise Server Edition, applications can store and query RDF data. This tutorial walks you through the steps of building and maintaining a sample RDF application. During this process you will learn hands-on how to use DB2 software in conjunction with RDF technology. Note: This tutorial has been updated in response to reader questions to include an additional method for querying an RDF store using the QueryRdfStore command.