Re: Testing SPARQL web service endpoints.

Ivan Mikhailov wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm looking for volunteers who would like to set up public SPARQL web
> service endpoints to test the DAWG 'test-me' service. The service will send
> DAWG sample queries to 'victim' endpoints, receive responses and provide
> reports which tests are passed or failed.
> Endpoints should either contain DAWG test graphs or support SPARUL.

Ivan, would it be possible to also support endpoints such as Joseki and 
- I think - Virtuoso that are willing to fetch the graphs specified via 


> If the endpoint contains test graphs then they should be named like
> '
> h-as-in-test-tree'. If this naming convention can not be used in your
> installation then please specify how to calculate graph IRI from the path to
> .TTL or .RDF resource inside tree of resources of W3C web site.
> If the endpoint does not contain test graphs but support SPARUL then data
> will be loaded using statements 'create graph <IRI>' and 'load <remote HTTP
> URL> in/into graph <IRI>, graphs will be named as before.
> If you would like to participate, please send me the URL of your web service
> endpoint. By default, neither this URL nor results of running tests on this
> endpoint are visible to public, but you may explicitely grant some
> permissions to public. You may wish to specify the type of software that
> runs the endpoint but this is fully optional.
> After a week of beta-testing the service will be moved to
> . Sources of the test will be published at
> SourceForge as part of Virtuoso Open Source project.
> Best Regards,
> Ivan Mikhailov
> OpenLink Software.

Received on Tuesday, 14 August 2007 17:10:45 UTC