RDF is a W3C standard for modeling and sharing distributed knowledge based on a decentralized open-world assumption. Any knowledge about anything can be decomposed into triples (3-tuples) consisting of subject, predicate, and object; essentially, RDF is the lowest common denominator for exchanging data between systems.
Provides a uniform API and storage abstraction layer for querying and storing RDF statements in repositories, letting other Drupal modules hook into it to provide the actual implementation of storage backends and any other higher-level functionality.
- Copy all the module files into a subdirectory called modules/rdf/ under your Drupal installation directory.
- Go to Administer >> Site building >> Modules and enable the RDF API and RDF DB modules.
- Go to Administer >> Site configuration >> RDF settings to review and change the configuration options to your liking.
- Optionally, you may wish to install the ARC2 library in order to enable support for more RDF formats and for SPARQL queries. Install it to modules/rdf/vendor/arc2/ under the Drupal directory.
· Drupal 6.x
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· RDF tables should be refreshed after a new repository is created.
· Implemented an admin-configurable RDF mapping and token substitution value for author names in RDF feeds.
· Implemented RSS feed support for extended datetime literals that include CCK datetime fields' time zone names.