Hi Steve,

Thanks, that is all the information we would need for now as the problem can be 
recreated against the latest Virtuoso 7.2 code base, querying directly against 
the database engine ...

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Hugh Williams
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> On 10 Aug 2018, at 15:33, Wartik, Steven P Steve <swar...@ida.org> wrote:
> Hugh,
> Do you still need the version information? In the abstruse environment that 
> has been established for my work, discovering it is not straightforward. I 
> think the Virtuoso version is:
> Virtuoso Open Source Edition (Column Store) (multi threaded)
> Version 7.2.5-rc1.3217-pthreads as of Jun 15 2018 (b7c9a9e97)
> Compiled for Linux (x86_64-pc-linux-gnu)
> Copyright (C) 1998-2018 OpenLink Software
> and the RDF4J version is:
> OpenLink Virtuoso(TM) Provider for RDF4J(TM) Version 2.1.4 [Build 1.3]
> This is what the organization providing our virtual environment intends. 
> However, I have not been able to verify this configuration. I’ll keep on it 
> if necessary, though.
> Steve Wartik
> Institute for Defense Analyses
> (703) 845-6646
> swar...@ida.org <mailto:swar...@ida.org>

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