GeoSPARQL support

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GraphDB 6.X5 introduces support for GeoSPARQL.

h1. Installation

The GeoSPARQL support is implemented as a GraphDB plugin, which is currently not included installed by default. To include install the plugin follow these steps:

# Locate the plugin {{zip}} file in the {{plugins/geosparql-plugin}} folder of the GraphDB distribution.
# Unzip the file into your plugins directory (by default {{{*}root_of_unpacked_web_app/WEB-INF/classes/plugins{*}}}). {{root_of_unpacked_web_app/WEB-INF/classes/plugins}}).

h1. Usage examples
Note that you still have to enable the plugin after you install it. See [#Enable plugin] for more information.

h1. Usage

h3. Plugin control predicates

h4. Enable plugin

When the plugin is enabled it will index all existing GeoSPARQL data in the repository and automatically reindex any updates.

h4. Disable plugin

When the plugin is disabled it will not index any data or process updates. It will not handle any of the GeoSPARQL predicates either.


h4. Force Rreindex GeoSPARQL geometry data

Usually this is a configuration option which could be used in cases where your index files

Some examples of select queries on geographic data. For demo purposes just import the following files:
* [OWLIMint:File1 |^simple_features_geometries.rdf]
* [OWLIMint:File2 |^geosparql-example.rdf]
* [OWLIMint:File1 |GeoSPARQL support^simple_features_geometries.rdf]
* [OWLIMint:File2 |GeoSPARQL support^geosparql-example.rdf]

and run the following queries queries on them: