OSDB  OSDB Service Actions

Actions for Service: virtuoso_gsp_svc

Action IDDescription
sparql_gsp_postSPARQL GSP operation using HTTP POST
Action options:

-h, --host <host>
	The hostname of the SPARQL GSP endpoint
	Required: yes
-g, --graph_uri <graph_uri>
	A graph URI identifying which RDF graph the GSP request applies to.
	Required: yes
-d, --data_url [data_url]
	The URL of a document containing input data for the action.
	The data is sent in the HTTP request body exactly as supplied.
	Required: no
-f, --encoding <encoding>
	The MIME type of the body data.
	Required: yes
	Permitted values: text/turtle
-r, --response_format [response_format]
	Sets the response media type through an Accept header.
	Required: no
	Permitted values: text/turtle
-q, --quality_values [quality_values]
	Quality value string. e.g. application/json;q=1.0,text/turtle;q=0.8,*/*;q=0.5. 
	--response_format takes precedence.
	Required: no
sparql_gsp_deleteSPARQL GSP operation using HTTP DELETE
Action options:

-h, --host <host>
	The hostname of the SPARQL GSP endpoint
	Required: yes
-g, --graph_uri <graph_uri>
	A graph URI identifying which RDF graph the GSP request applies to.
	Required: yes
-r, --response_format [response_format]
	Sets the response media type through an Accept header.
	Required: no
	Permitted values: text/turtle
-q, --quality_values [quality_values]
	Quality value string. e.g. application/json;q=1.0,text/turtle;q=0.8,*/*;q=0.5. 
	--response_format takes precedence.
	Required: no
sparql_gsp_putSPARQL GSP operation using HTTP PUT
Action options:

-h, --host <host>
	The hostname of the SPARQL GSP endpoint
	Required: yes
-g, --graph_uri <graph_uri>
	A graph URI identifying which RDF graph the GSP request applies to.
	Required: yes
-d, --data_url [data_url]
	The URL of a document containing input data for the action.
	The data is sent in the HTTP request body exactly as supplied.
	Required: no
-f, --encoding <encoding>
	The MIME type of the body data.
	Required: yes
	Permitted values: text/turtle
-r, --response_format [response_format]
	Sets the response media type through an Accept header.
	Required: no
	Permitted values: text/turtle
-q, --quality_values [quality_values]
	Quality value string. e.g. application/json;q=1.0,text/turtle;q=0.8,*/*;q=0.5. 
	--response_format takes precedence.
	Required: no
sparql_gsp_getSPARQL GSP operation using HTTP GET
Action options:

-h, --host <host>
	The hostname of the SPARQL GSP endpoint
	Required: yes
-g, --graph_uri <graph_uri>
	A graph URI identifying which RDF graph the GSP request applies to.
	Required: yes
-r, --response_format [response_format]
	Sets the response media type through an Accept header.
	Required: no
	Permitted values: text/turtle
-q, --quality_values [quality_values]
	Quality value string. e.g. application/json;q=1.0,text/turtle;q=0.8,*/*;q=0.5. 
	--response_format takes precedence.
	Required: no