Parse RDF Turtle file and save to SQL Server without programming

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Want to parse RDF Turtle file and save to SQL Server ? Want to schedule and automate this importing task?

Using RdfToMsSql, you can import RDF Turtle file (.ttl, .n3) 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), N-Triples(.nt, .ntriples), N-Quads(.nq, .nq).

Here you can download and install RdfToMsSql.

Import RDF Turtle file (.ttl, .n3) to SQL Server

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

Import data from RDF Turtle file (.ttl, .n3) To SQL Server  - task window

1. Open RDF Turtle file.

import RDF Turtle file (.ttl, .n3) to SQL Server  - open RDF Turtle 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 Turtle file (.ttl, .n3) to SQL Server  - config SQL Server  fields

3. Summary.

Transfer RDF Turtle file (.ttl, .n3) to SQL Server  - summary

4. Import.

Convert RDF Turtle file (.ttl, .n3) to SQL Server  - import to SQL Server

See importing results in SQL Server table

Store RDF Turtle file (.ttl, .n3) 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.


More about RdfToMsSql – the tool to import RDF Turtle file (.ttl, .n3) to SQL Server

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