de.fuberlin.wiwiss.d2rq.D2RQException: No d2rq:Database defined in > the mapping (E1) Fine, that's what I expected. The d2r launcher launches an endpoint that > has one graph, that graph being a d2r graph initialised by the parameter. > It simply doesn't take a general JENA assembler as input. So lets have a look at the joseki that's inside d2r. The various files > in the joseki installation are not present. There is a joseki.jar in the > lib directory and that's it. Let's try launching joseki using the same method that rdfserver in the > full installation launches it. The launch in the full installation is: exec "$JAVA" $JAVA_ARGS -cp "$CP" $LOG joseki.rdfserver "$@" JAVA_ARGS is just "-server -Xmx1G" , which we can ignore. LOG is -Dlog4j.configuration=${LOGCONFIG}, which we can also ignore And CP will have to be all the lib files in the joseki directory $ CP=$(find lib -name *.jar | while read j ; do echo -n "$j:" ; done) $ java -cp $CP joseki.rdfserver simpleconfig.ttl Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: > org/mortbay/jetty/Connector

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    sourceforge.net | 11 months ago
    de.fuberlin.wiwiss.d2rq.D2RQException: No d2rq:Database defined in > the mapping (E1) Fine, that's what I expected. The d2r launcher launches an endpoint that > has one graph, that graph being a d2r graph initialised by the parameter. > It simply doesn't take a general JENA assembler as input. So lets have a look at the joseki that's inside d2r. The various files > in the joseki installation are not present. There is a joseki.jar in the > lib directory and that's it. Let's try launching joseki using the same method that rdfserver in the > full installation launches it. The launch in the full installation is: exec "$JAVA" $JAVA_ARGS -cp "$CP" $LOG joseki.rdfserver "$@" JAVA_ARGS is just "-server -Xmx1G" , which we can ignore. LOG is -Dlog4j.configuration=${LOGCONFIG}, which we can also ignore And CP will have to be all the lib files in the joseki directory $ CP=$(find lib -name *.jar | while read j ; do echo -n "$j:" ; done) $ java -cp $CP joseki.rdfserver simpleconfig.ttl Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: > org/mortbay/jetty/Connector
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    sourceforge.net | 3 months ago
    de.fuberlin.wiwiss.d2rq.D2RQException: No d2rq:Database defined in > the mapping (E1) Fine, that's what I expected. The d2r launcher launches an endpoint that > has one graph, that graph being a d2r graph initialised by the parameter. > It simply doesn't take a general JENA assembler as input. So lets have a look at the joseki that's inside d2r. The various files > in the joseki installation are not present. There is a joseki.jar in the > lib directory and that's it. Let's try launching joseki using the same method that rdfserver in the > full installation launches it. The launch in the full installation is: exec "$JAVA" $JAVA_ARGS -cp "$CP" $LOG joseki.rdfserver "$@" JAVA_ARGS is just "-server -Xmx1G" , which we can ignore. LOG is -Dlog4j.configuration=${LOGCONFIG}, which we can also ignore And CP will have to be all the lib files in the joseki directory $ CP=$(find lib -name *.jar | while read j ; do echo -n "$j:" ; done) $ java -cp $CP joseki.rdfserver simpleconfig.ttl Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: > org/mortbay/jetty/Connector
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    de.fuberlin.wiwiss.d2rq.D2RQException: Database connection to jdbc:mysql://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:3306/mydb failed (user: root): Communications link failure The last packet sent successfully to the server was 0 milliseconds ago. The driver has not received any packets from the server. (E54)
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    sourceforge.net | 1 year ago
    de.fuberlin.wiwiss.d2rq.D2RQException: Object for d2rq:refersToClassMap not found at d2rq:PropertyBridge map:MISCostAnalysisBreakup_Estate_AgMainID (E21) at de.fuberlin.wiwiss.d2rq.map.MapObject.assertArgumentNotNull(MapObject.ja va:53) at de.fuberlin.wiwiss.d2rq.map.PropertyBridge.setRefersToClassMap(PropertyB ridge.java:78) at de.fuberlin.wiwiss.d2rq.parser.MapParser.parsePropertyBridge(MapParser.j ava:491) at de.fuberlin.wiwiss.d2rq.parser.MapParser.parsePropertyBridges(MapParser. java:447) at de.fuberlin.wiwiss.d2rq.parser.MapParser.parse(MapParser.java:100)
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    sourceforge.net | 1 year ago
    de.fuberlin.wiwiss.d2rq.D2RQException: Object for d2rq:refersToClassMap not found at d2rq:PropertyBridge map:MISCostAnalysisBreakup_Estate_AgMainID (E21)

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    Root Cause Analysis

    1. de.fuberlin.wiwiss.d2rq.D2RQException

      No d2rq:Database defined in > the mapping (E1) Fine, that's what I expected. The d2r launcher launches an endpoint that > has one graph, that graph being a d2r graph initialised by the parameter. > It simply doesn't take a general JENA assembler as input. So lets have a look at the joseki that's inside d2r. The various files > in the joseki installation are not present. There is a joseki.jar in the > lib directory and that's it. Let's try launching joseki using the same method that rdfserver in the > full installation launches it. The launch in the full installation is: exec "$JAVA" $JAVA_ARGS -cp "$CP" $LOG joseki.rdfserver "$@" JAVA_ARGS is just "-server -Xmx1G" , which we can ignore. LOG is -Dlog4j.configuration=${LOGCONFIG}, which we can also ignore And CP will have to be all the lib files in the joseki directory $ CP=$(find lib -name *.jar | while read j ; do echo -n "$j:" ; done) $ java -cp $CP joseki.rdfserver simpleconfig.ttl Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: > org/mortbay/jetty/Connector

      at joseki.rdfserver.main()
    2. joseki
      rdfserver.main
      1. joseki.rdfserver.main(rdfserver.java:85)
      1 frame