Resource description framework application development in DB2 10 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows, Part 2, Optimize your RDF data stores in DB2 and provide fine-grained access control

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Mario Briggs, Rajendran Appavu, Farzana Anwar, Ganesh Choudhary, and Priya Sahoo

Date archived: September 6, 2016 | First published: October 04, 2012

The Resource Description Framework (RDF) is a family of W3 specification standards that enable 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 looks at the characteristics of RDF data and describes the process for creating optimized stores. In addition, it describes how to provide fine-grained access control to RDF stores using the DB2 engine or the application. It includes a sample application.

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