Issue a query against a SPARQL endpoint. By default, the client will read
from stdin. It will write on stdout.
args - (option)* [serviceURL] (query)
The URL of the SPARQL endpoint.
The SPARQL query (required unless -f is used)
where option is any of
The http connection timeout in milliseconds (default
) -or- ZERO (0) for an infinite
The HTTP method for the requests (default GET).
Set to false to explicitly disable the use of
HTTP connection caches along the route to the http endpoint
Show the query string.
Show the SPARQL parse tree (on the client).
Show the query results (on stdout).
A file (or directory) containing the query(s) to be run.
Each file may contain a single SPARQL query.
An optional regular expression which delimits query
strings within each file. For example, this can match a
newline if there is one query per line in the file. When not
specified, it is assumed that there is one query per file.
The query follows immediately on the command line (be sure
to quote the query).
The #of client threads which will issue queries (default
The #of times to present each query. A seed of ZERO (0)
will disable the randomized presentation of the queries. The
default seed is based on the System clock.
Randomize the presentation of the queries, optionally
using the specified seed for the random number generator -or-
ZERO (0L) if the queries will be evaluated in the given
The URI of the default graph to use for the query.
Request the analytic query package for the submitted queries.
The baseURI of the query (used when parsing the query).