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Re: SparqlScore : bugs or tests 1.1 obsoletes ?

From: Karima Rafes <karima.rafes@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 12 Oct 2014 14:02:47 +0200
Message-ID: <CALsrFgPO7-W_vZcu2j4bPUH0qAmtHEQ0FctoNvdEihi7ywmAHw@mail.gmail.com>
To: Andy Seaborne <andy@apache.org>
Cc: public-sparql-dev@w3.org
Hello

I think, I fixed the last bugs in TFT.
http://sparqlscore.com

Thanks a lot for your helps.
Best regards,
Karima

2014-10-08 19:24 GMT+02:00 Karima Rafes <karima.rafes@gmail.com>:

> Hi Andy
>
> > Fuseki should pass all of the SPARQL 1.1 Query Language and SPARQL 1.1
> > Update.  You should be running the server in strict mode.
> >
> > sq14 - limit by resource
> >
> > In addition, in the version you are running,
> >
> > "STRDT() TypeErrors"
> > "STRLANG() TypeErrors"
> >
> > should pass because the published results are RDF 1.0 and the published
> > server is running with RDF 1.0 semantics.
>
> The aim, it's to compare databases in the real world. If the tests are
> obsolete, I prefer to delete these tests.
>
> >
> > Looking sq14, the W3C published results have 11 triples but the expected
> > results in sparqlscore have 14.
> >
> > For example: there is the triple in the expected results:
> >      [s] => <http://example.org/ns#a>
> >      [p] => <http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#type>
> >      [o] => "Alan"
> >
> > Where does this come from?
>
> It's probably a bug in my soft. Thanks.
>
> >
> > ----------------------
> > Apache Marmotta: (I sampled a few answers)
> >
> > BNODE() --
> > Just because the labelling is a different style does not automatically
> mean
> > the test fails.  You need blank node isomorphism testing.
>
> probably a bug for me also.
>
> > constructwhere02  :
> > Duplicates in a graph syntax are fine - the resulting graph after parsing
> > the syntax is a set of triples so Marmotta's way of doing it works.
> >
> > This might apply to other constructwhere tests.
>
> Strange... There are several possible outcomes?
>
> >
> > ----------------------
> >
> > This non-W3C test:
> > "10 Substract date" is at odds with XSD.
>
> Yes it's a sample where any project can check futur queries in
> function of database systems. (and check the queries)
>
> > The difference of two xsd:dateTime is an xsd:duration, not an integer.
>
> Ok I will fix it
>
> >
> > as you say "SPARQLScore is an attempt to evaluate the conformance of
> > triplestores to the W3C standards. "
> >
> >         Hope that helps
> >         Andy
> >
>
> Yes, It's very useful. Thanks.
>
> Karima
>
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