PublicShow -- RDF HTTP Plugin

This module allows loading data into the semantic web library directly from an HTTP server. The following example loads the RDF core data into the RDF database.

:- use_module(library(semweb/rdf_db)).
:- use_module(library(semweb/rdf_http_plugin)).

Source rdf_db:rdf_open_hook(+Scheme, +URL, +HaveModified, -Stream, -Cleanup, -Modified, -Format, +Options) is semidet[multifile]
Load hook implementation for HTTP(S) URLs.
HaveModified- is bound to a timestamp (number) if we already have a copy and that copy was modified at HaveModified.
Modified- is bound to unknown, not_modified or a timestamp.
Source ssl_verify(+SSL, +ProblemCert, +AllCerts, +FirstCert, +Error)
Currently we accept all certificates.
Source rdf_content_type(?MediaType:atom, ?QualityValue:between(0.0,1.0), ?Format:rdf_format) is nondet[multifile]
Quality values are intended to be used in accordance with RFC 2616. Quality values are determined based on the following criteria:
ASupported RDF parser0.43
BRDF-specific content type0.33
COfficial content type0.23

For example, text/turtle has quality value 0.99 because it is an official content type that is RDF-specific and that has a parser in Semweb.

This intentionally allows the user to add another content type with a higher Q-value (i.e., >0.99).

Deduce the RDF encoding from the mime-type. This predicate is defined as multifile such that the user can associate additional content types to RDF formats.

See also
- Discussion
- N-Quadruples
- N-Triples
- N3
- RDFa
- TriG
- Turtle
- The turtle parser only parses a subset of n3. (The N3 format is treated as if it were Turtle.)