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AXIS allows to create very fast a web service based on SOAP. It provides tools to create from your code WSDLs (Schemas used in web services). Additionally it helps you to deploy the service in a server like Tomcat. In about 1- 3 hours you can a simple service running.
Major problems are with the classpath and having it available outside the firewall (if you are behind one). Make sure that is is properly configured.
Provides a collection of open-source tools for managing geospatial data. It provides powerful metadata editing and search functions as well as an embedded interactive web map viewer.
|MTOM & XOP|
RDF model: triples triples triples
RDF triples are like sentences, composed of subject, predicate and object. The RDF triples are sometimes also known as resource, property, value triples.
So, informally a triple can be as follows, corresponding to the concept that "temperature is of type parameter":
Example 1: An Informal Triple
|RSS||Were you trying to access the RSS information for the page you were on? To do so, add '/RSS' -- in all capital letters -- to the page URL. The site will send you to the page's RSS content.|
From "SPARQL Query Language for RDF (W3C)"
RDF is a directed, labeled graph data format for representing information in the Web. RDF is often used to represent, among other things, personal information, social networks, metadata about digital artifacts, as well as to provide a means of integration over disparate sources of information. This specification defines the syntax and semantics of the SPARQL query language for RDF.