Hi,

No, it's not loosely coupled - you'd have to write at least something in PHP. If you wanted to use a Java app, I think the best solution would be to write a subclass of SMWStore (in PHP) that in turn communicated with the Java code.

Though I don't know what the advantage of that would be, vs. keeping the data where it is and also copying it into an RDF triple store, as suggested before.

-Yaron

On Tue, Jun 15, 2010 at 7:58 PM, Albin Ahmeti <albin.ahmeti@gmail.com> wrote:
Thanks Samuel,

but I don't think that is what I need.

My question was "Is it possible to implement a Java-based application (service) that uses another database/reasoner instead of SMW one" ?

This is because everything is coded in PHP, so I don't know whether the architecture is "loosely coupled" and I can replace a part of the SMW with my own part (Java app).

So, I want to know whether I need a PHP API or smth similar if I program in Java?

Best,

Albin


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