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From: Olivier Corby <Olivier.Corby@sophia.inria.fr>
Date: Thu, 05 May 2011 16:11:25 +0200
Message-ID: <4DC2B00D.1090506@sophia.inria.fr>
To: SPARQL Working Group <public-rdf-dawg@w3.org>
I have found some typos in Update document.
Best regards,
Olivier


2.3 Entailment and Consistency

may may



3 SPARQL 1.1 Update Language

Graph Management - creating and deletion of graphs within the graph, as 
well as convenient shortcuts for graph update operations often used 
during graph management (to add, move, and copy graphs) store.

->

Graph Management - creating and deletion of graphs within the graph 
*store*, as well as convenient shortcuts for graph update operations 
often used during graph management (to add, move, and copy graphs).

-- remove "store" at the end


3.1.1 INSERT DATA

where QuadData are formed by TriplesTemplates, i.e., sets of triples 
patterns, optionally wrapped into a GRAPH block
->
add a "." at the end



suchcase
->
such case


3.1.3 DELETE/INSERT



This describes a datasets
->
dataset



clasues



again, there may be implementations providing an update service over a 
fixed set of graphs which in such case must return with failure for 
update requests that would create an unallowed graph)
->
remove ")"



3.1.3.1 DELETE (Informative)

The graphs to apply the GroupGraphPattern to follow the same rules as 
for DELETE/INSERT.
->
The graphs to apply the GroupGraphPattern follow the same rules as for 
DELETE/INSERT.


This example request deletes all records of old books (with date before 
year 2000) from the store's default graph
->
add ":" or "."




3.1.4 LOAD

http IRI schemes
->
HTTP



3.2 Graph Management

mangement



3.2.2 DROP

The following shortcuts (COPY, MOVE and ADD)have
->
The following shortcuts (COPY, MOVE and ADD) have

-- add a " "
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