Thank you very much for replying,
I followed your advise, setting the USE_UNIQUE_NAME_ASSUMPTION property
to true and restarting the server, but the problem remains.
It continues answering to my query with the empty list. (I'm using
Pellet 1.5.2, that is the last available version)
Thorsten Liebig ha scritto:
> Hi Michele,
> Pellet's answer is correct and it is also no problem related to the DIG
> protocol. By default, individuals are not disjoint, that is the unique
> name assumption (UNA) does not hold. Therefore the names B, C, D,
> and E may refer to only one individual. If you state that they refer to
> different individuals (which is not possible with DIG 1.1) then Pellet
> will return what you expect (BTW the upcoming version of DIG will
> support this).
> In the meanwhile you can set USE_UNIQUE_NAME_ASSUMPTION = true in the
> pellet.properties config file before starting the server.