Re: [Fwd: [Jena-devel] [ANN]: beta release of BDB-backed model code]

From: David R. Karger <>
Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2005 17:27:47 -0500

Now if I remember right, BDB offers persistent storage but does NOT
offer relational database querying. So how well is it likely to do?

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   Dear All

   We are pleased to announce that the first beta release of
   ModelJEB, the Java Edition BDB back-end for Jena models, is
   now available from the Jena release page at:

   Look for Download and read the readme(s).
   You need Jena 2.2beta to use this contrib package.

   ModelJEB allows Jena models to be stored in JE BDB databases.
   Hence they are persistent, incrementally updatable, stored
   in your local file system, and hence do not need database
   servers or administrators to be involved.

   This is a BETA release, for experimentation and evaluation.
   Don't rely on it, don't expect it to be feature complete, and
   don't expect it to be fully integrated into the Jena command-
   line classes yet. Work is proceeding, and we seek your
   (constructive) comments.

   Happy New Year.

   Chris "electric hedgehog" Dollin

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