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      The BigdataSailRemoteRepositoryConnection must support the following "dataset" methods:

      • setDataset(Dataset):void
      • getDataset():Dataset

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        thompsonbry Please close this one if it's done.

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        The Dataset interface allows the following to be specified (from the openrdf code). Thus not only named and default graphs for query, but also some similar concepts for "removal" that will need to be chased down.

        	/**
        	 * Gets the default remove graph URIs of this dataset. An empty set indicates
        	 * the the store's default behaviour should be used, if not otherwise
        	 * indicated in the operation.
        	 */
        	public Set<URI> getDefaultRemoveGraphs();
        
        	/**
        	 * Gets the default insert graph URI of this dataset. An null value indicates
        	 * that the store's default behaviour should be used, if not otherwise
        	 * indicated in the operation.
        	 */
        	public URI getDefaultInsertGraph();
        
        	/**
        	 * Gets the default graph URIs of this dataset. An empty default graph set
        	 * and a non-empty named graph set indicates that the default graph is an
        	 * empty graph. However, if both the default graph set and the named graph
        	 * set are empty, that indicates that the store's default behaviour should be
        	 * used.
        	 */
        	public Set<URI> getDefaultGraphs();
        
        	/**
        	 * Gets the named graph URIs of this dataset. An empty named graph set and a
        	 * non-empty default graph set indicates that there are no named graphs.
        	 * However, if both the default graph set and the named graph set are empty,
        	 * that indicates that the store's default behaviour should be used.
        	 */
        	public Set<URI> getNamedGraphs();
        
        
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        bryanthompson bryanthompson added a comment - The Dataset interface allows the following to be specified (from the openrdf code). Thus not only named and default graphs for query, but also some similar concepts for "removal" that will need to be chased down. /** * Gets the default remove graph URIs of this dataset. An empty set indicates * the the store's default behaviour should be used, if not otherwise * indicated in the operation. */ public Set<URI> getDefaultRemoveGraphs(); /** * Gets the default insert graph URI of this dataset. An null value indicates * that the store's default behaviour should be used, if not otherwise * indicated in the operation. */ public URI getDefaultInsertGraph(); /** * Gets the default graph URIs of this dataset. An empty default graph set * and a non-empty named graph set indicates that the default graph is an * empty graph. However, if both the default graph set and the named graph * set are empty, that indicates that the store's default behaviour should be * used. */ public Set<URI> getDefaultGraphs(); /** * Gets the named graph URIs of this dataset. An empty named graph set and a * non-empty default graph set indicates that there are no named graphs. * However, if both the default graph set and the named graph set are empty, * that indicates that the store's default behaviour should be used. */ public Set<URI> getNamedGraphs();

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