Try running the pattern with "SELECT *" not as a CONSTRUCT. Thiswil show
how many rows go intot he contruct and that's an indication of any
unconnected parts in the query pattern.
"SELECT (count(*) as ?COUNT)" is also useful.
On 17/10/16 15:49, Bardo Nelgen wrote:
Clarified the example structure.
On 17/10/2016 13.40 Uhr, Bardo Nelgen wrote:
I am running attached CONSTRUCT query on Fuseki 2.4.0on a littletest
graph of about 2,200 triples.
But it takes around 16s to process an get the (desired…) result.
Is this caused by the query construct’s complexity or did I
accidentally miss any unnecessary recursion or n-ary in that code ?
Actually tried to keep it as plain simple as possible for the test run.
And, as always, thanks for any hint.