Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of VsparqlGUI_Examples


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11/09/10 09:32:13 (7 years ago)
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    111111This ensures that you can use <recursive> as a named graph in the WHERE clause. 
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    113 NOTE: If you look at the bottom of this green recursive block, you'll see a textbox named "SubQuery Name" with the value "recursive" filled in. This is the name of the result of the recursive query; if you change this, then you'll need to change every reference to it within the query (i.e. FROM pull-down lists and WHERE clause). 
     113NOTE: If you look at the bottom of this green recursive block, you'll see a textbox named "Sub Query Name" with the value "recursive" filled in. This is the name of the result of the recursive query; if you change this, then you'll need to change every reference to it within the query (i.e. FROM pull-down lists and WHERE clause). 
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    11511510) Click in the WHERE textbox and type: 
     
    1481482) Perform all of the actions in Example 2 to create a recursive subquery that extracts the subgraph containing all of the regional and constitutional parts of the liver. 
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    150 3) Double-click on the green recursive subquery block to select it. Click in the "SubQuery Name" textbox and type "rec_parts." 
     1503) Double-click on the green recursive subquery block to select it. Click in the "Sub Query Name" textbox and type "rec_parts." 
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    152152This changes the name of the result graph produced by the recursive subquery from "recursive" to "rec_parts." Go to the FROM NAMEDV pull-down list and select "rec_parts." Replace "<recursive>" with "<rec_parts>" in the WHERE textbox. 
     
    179179This ensures that the liver's orientation information is extracted and placed in the result graph. 
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    181 9) Click in the CONSTRUCT "SubQuery Name" textbox and type "orientation." 
     1819) Click in the CONSTRUCT "Sub Query Name" textbox and type "orientation." 
    182182This names the result graph of this subquery. 
    183183 
    18418410) Click on a yellow CONSTRUCT query block on the left. Drag the new CONSTRUCT query block below the green recursive subquery block and the existing <orientation> yellow CONSTRUCT block. 
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    186 11) Double-click on the new yellow CONSTRUCT query block. Click in the "SubQuery Name" textbox and enter "parts_and_orientation." 
     18611) Double-click on the new yellow CONSTRUCT query block. Click in the "Sub Query Name" textbox and enter "parts_and_orientation." 
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    18818812) Double-click on the green <rec_parts> recursive subquery block. Click and hold the "Add Output Target" button, drag the mouse to the yellow <parts_and_orientation> CONSTRUCT block, and release.