Parse RDF N-Quads file and save to SQL Server without programming

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Want to parse RDF N-Quads file and save to SQL Server ? Want to schedule and automate this importing task?

Using RdfToMsSql, you can import RDF N-Quads file (.nq, .nquads) to SQL Server easily and fast, and schedule and automate this importing task easily, no need to program, just a few mouse clicks!

For importing other RDF formats: RDF/XML(.rdf, .owl), Turtle(.ttl, .n3), N-Triples(.nt, .ntriples).

Here you can download and install RdfToMsSql.

Import RDF N-Quads file (.nq, .nquads) to SQL Server

Click “Wizard – 1 File To 1 Table” at task dialog.

Import data from RDF N-Quads file (.nq) To SQL Server  - task window

1. Open RDF N-Quads file.

import RDF N-Quads file (.nq) to SQL Server  - open RDF N-Quads file

2. Select table and config fields.

You can create new SQL Server table by RDF struct, just click create SQL Server  table by RDF struct

Load RDF N-Quads file (.nq) to SQL Server  - config SQL Server  fields

3. Summary.

Transfer RDF N-Quads file (.nq) to SQL Server  - summary

4. Import.

Convert RDF N-Quads file (.nq) to SQL Server  - import to SQL Server

See importing results in SQL Server table

Store RDF N-Quads file (.nq) to SQL Server  - view  SQL Server  table

You can schedule and automate this importing task by:

1) Save session and create .bat file.

2) Set scheduled task.


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