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Re: Getting started with metadata for internal documents

From: Mike Moran <mmoran@netphysic.com>
Date: Fri, 07 Dec 2001 19:21:20 +0000
Message-ID: <3C1116B0.6040604@netphysic.com>
To: RDF Interest List <www-rdf-interest@w3.org>
Mike Moran wrote:

> Hi. I'm looking for examples of applying RDF-style metadata vocabularies 
>  to internal documents.
[ ... ]


[ ... replying to myself here ... ]

I've found some examples, and have built a little valid xml document 
which I now want to do an identity *RDF* transform on ie read in to RDF 
Model from subtree of xml file and then spit it out in it's own in RDF 
format.

I picked Jena for this, but the jena.rdfcopy app doesn't do this. 
Instead it seems to load the RDF in, convert it to a model, and then 
spot out an RDF serialization of the in-memory model ie a set of RDF 
triples describing a set of RDF triples.

I know this isn't the jena-dev list, but that's on yahoo, and I can't 
subsscribe because I can't look up my old yahoo login because the yahoo 
server is too busy (oh, the wonders of interdependent systems).

So, assuming you're still with me ...

   How do I do this RDF/XML to RDF/XML identity transform? I know what 
I've written is valid XML, I now want to know if it is valid RDF/XML.

Much Thanks

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Mike
Received on Friday, 7 December 2001 14:21:51 GMT

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