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SparqlAdapter::initialize should call super(params) #2

jamsden opened this Issue · 1 comment

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The call to super() does not provide the parameters for :read and :write. So the adapter is not set correctly when supporting SPARQL update.

Also the @reads and @writes instance variables should not be set in SparqlAdapter::initialize. They are handled by the superclass.


I guess the same is true for RDFLite -- I have to set the enabled property of the adapter (for RDFLite and SparqlAdapter) explicitly to true, otherwise ActiveRDF will complain that it cannot find a data source:

/Users/christoph/.rvm/gems/ruby-1.8.7-head@activerdf-example/gems/activerdf-1.6.11/lib/active_rdf/federation/federation_manager.rb:26:in `query': cannot execute query without data sources (ActiveRdfError)
    from /Users/christoph/.rvm/gems/ruby-1.8.7-head@activerdf-example/gems/activerdf-1.6.11/lib/active_rdf/queryengine/query.rb:190:in `execute'
    from /Users/christoph/.rvm/gems/ruby-1.8.7-head@activerdf-example/gems/activerdf-1.6.11/lib/active_rdf/objectmanager/object_manager.rb:24:in `construct_classes'
    from /Users/christoph/Documents/Ausbildung/TU/033532 Medieninformatik/Bakk-Arbeit/Arbeit/examples/ruby/activerdf-example/rdf_example.rb:17
    from -e:1:in `load'
    from -e:1

The enabled property is set to true in the constructor of ActiveRdfAdapter, the superclass for all adapters...

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