Monday, April 16, 2007

Jessica Project

The Jessica Project

Jessica is a means of combining content repositories and RDF. On the one hand, industries need content management
systems that, at their core, is a repository. On the other, they require robust metadata, properly structured,
managed and accessible.

Jessica puts the two together. It is an implementation of
JSR 170
that sits on top of a vendor-specific RDF store, in the same way as connector architecture has been
implemented for commercial repositories to expose the same API. If you use Jena or Sesame, for example, you can
turn the metadata it stores into "content", using Jessica.

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