HTTP entry points for Apache Stanbol services
The web interface of your Apache Stanbol installation provides information for the main HTTP entry points. Each resource comes with a web view that documents the matching RESTful API for applications.
Depending on which launcher you use, you will get a different set of services. By choosing the full launcher, you will get everything including experimental components, if you choose the stable launcher you will get the most stable components only.
Note: all links on this page direct to demo instances of Apache Stanbol. To be able to configure all services to your needs, you have run your own installation.
This is a stateless interface to allow clients to submit content to be analyzed by the Enhancement Engines and get the resulting RDF enhancements at once without storing anything on the server-side.
The Entityhub provides two main services: The entity network manages (external) referenced sites and lets one consume entity information, the Entityhub supports managing and using local entities.
This is the OSGi administration console (for administrators and developers). The initial username / password is set to admin / admin. Use the console to add new bundles and activate, de-activate and configure components. The console can also be used to perform hot-(re)deployment of any OSGi bundles.
For instance to re-deploy a new version of this web interface, go to the
$STANBOL_HOME/enhancer/jersey source folder and run the following command:
$ mvn install -o -DskipTests -PinstallBundle \
Services "in the Lab"
/sparql: This is the SPARQL endpoint for the Stanbol store. SPARQL is the standard query language the most commonly used to provide interactive access to semantic knowledge bases.
/contenthub: This is a stateful interface to submit content to analyze and store the results on the server. It is then possible to browse the resulting enhanced content items. The longer-term goal of this endpoint is to implement faceted semantic search of the enhanced content items. (Note: Up to now, this endpoint is a proof of concept / experimental feature. It does not actually store the content on the disk, just in memory.)
/cmsadapter: A component for bi-directional mapping of knowledge structures between CMIS or JCR content repositories and RDF models.
/ontonet: Ontonet provides a controlled environment for managing ontologies and ontology networks and user sessions managing them.
/reasoners: The reasoners are made for classification, consistency checking, and enrichment of an ontology. Reasoning services are provided through the built-in HermiT reasoner.
/rules: The rules component lets you define rules to be used within the ontology networks and the reasoning services.
/factstore: The FactStore implements a store for facts plus the ability to query for single facts and for combinations of facts. It implements:
- Persistence storage for n-ary facts about entities
- Query language to query for a single fact
- Query language to query for combinations of facts (reasoning)