Hello All,

I am storing data in the Jena TDB using named graphs, the dataset also has a default graph that is unnamed.

I am not clear about the concept of provenance and quad storage , I need to confirm that my understanding is correct .

When using the named graphs do the following hold true?

1) When using the named graphs TDB stores the data in quad format meaning {?g ?s ?p ?o } meaning changing from the default triple storage format to quad storage format?

2) The concept is provenance is implemented in triple stores like TDB by using named graphs ?

Thank You.

asked 22 Jan '13, 17:17

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