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From Andy Seaborne <a...@apache.org>
Subject [ANNOUNCE] Apache Jena 3.5.0 Released
Date Sun, 05 Nov 2017 17:28:58 GMT

Apache Jena is a framework for developing Semantic Web and Linked Data
applications in Java. It provides implementation of W3C standards for

The Jena development community is pleased to announce the release of 
Apache Jena 3.5.0.

Introducing TDB2:

*TDB2 is not compatible with TDB1*

Compared to TDB1:

* No size limits on transactions : bulk uploads into a live Fuseki
   can be 100's of millions of triples.

* Models and Graphs can be passed across transactions

* No queue of delayed updates, no transaction backlog problems.

* "Writer pays" - readers don't
   All work for update is done on the writer thread.

* Datatypes of numerics preserved; xsd:doubles supported.

TDB2 is subject to change.

We solicit any and all feedback (good and bad!) about TDB2 to help 
advance it to deployment-ready.

== Obtaining Apache Jena 3.5.0

* Via central.maven.org

The main jars and their dependencies can used with:


Full details of all maven artifacts are described at:


* As binary downloads

Apache Jena libraries are available as a binary distribution of
libraries. For details of a global mirror copy of Jena binaries please see:


* Source code for the release

The signed source code of this release is available at:


and the signed master source for all Apache Jena releases is available
at: http://archive.apache.org/dist/jena/

== Contributing

If you would like to help out, a good place to look is the list of
unresolved JIRA at:


or review pull requests at


or drop into the dev@ list.

We use github pull requests and other ways for accepting code:

      The Apache Jena development community

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