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  • ODS.VirtPubSubHub(Last) -- DAVWikiAdmin? , 2017-06-29 07:32:48 Edit WebDAV System Administrator 2017-06-29 03:32:48

    Using PubSubHubbub with Linked Data

    Introduction

    Here we demonstrate how to use Virtuoso's implementation of the draft PubSubHubBub Protocol to handle Linked Data.

    We extend the idea of tracking a feed, to track Linked Data resource URIs.

    To reveal the hub to subscribers, we suggest that Linked Data resources return the following HTTP header --


    Link: <http://cname/psh/subscribe.vsp>; rel="hub"
    

    -- or include the following in an HTML <head> (or similar) element --


    <link rel="hub" uri="http://cname/psh/subscribe.vsp">
    

    Endpoints

    Installing the pubsubhub_dav.vad PubSubHubBub package on Virtuoso defines the following endpoints:

    http://cname/psh/subscribe.vsp subscription endpoint
    http://cname/psh/publish.vsp publishing endpoint
    http://cname/psh/ index to UI of the simple test clients
    http://cname/psh/callback.vsp default built-in client callback endpoint

    Using the built-in demo client

    1. As a very first step, we use a simple client to subscribe to a SIOC document containing data for an ODS-Weblog. In our tests, we subscribe to the Linked Data document <http://ec2-174-129-156-25.compute-1.amazonaws.com/dataspace/demo/weblog/demo%27s%20Weblog/sioc.rdf>.



    2. The Weblog post looks like this:



    3. During the subscription process, the client gets the initial state of the SIOC feed. We can execute the following query to see all post titles:



    4. The title of the existing Weblog post may be found in the result of that query:



    5. Next, we add a new blog post to force a change to the SIOC data:



    6. Using a simple publishing UI, we notify the Hub the data has changed:



    7. The Hub takes the delta and notifies the subscribers:



    8. We re-execute the same SPARQL query as in the earlier step, and now we can see the data includes the title of the new blog post:



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