Thank you, David. I'd indeed resolved the problem. It was a
desynchronisation between base concept URI set in repo parameters and
parameters for updater and munger calls.
It was broken because I'd tried different settings to get a dereferenceable
"Concept URI" link at the bottom of the side menu. Looks like it is
impossible to do it in MediaWiki, requires some configuration at web server
Now all namespace parameters are the same and import goes smoothly.
On Tue, 1 Dec 2020 at 16:20, Victor Agroskin <vic5784(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I need further help, if possible.
I'm trying to get query service updater to get data from my Wikibase. It
correctly identifies changes and accesses pages of changed items like
There are subjects on this page in three distinct namespaces:
But the Munger reports an error saying
$BadSubjectException: Unrecognized subjects: [
So the first namespace is recognised, but no triples are imported. The 2nd
and 3rd namespaces do not correspond to the expected values at all.
The runUpdate.sh script was called with the parameter
Looks like it forms one correct namespace, but not all the three which are
actually found in the data.
Can anyone advise me on how to make Munger process the data?
On Thu, 26 Nov 2020 at 18:35, Victor Agroskin <vic5784(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I'm running a custom Wikibase and because of extension
compatibility issues I can not use docker image, so I'm installing software
I'm installing RDF query service as described in
I have a following problem:
When I start runUpdate.sh with the command $ ./runUpdate.sh -n wdq , it
starts populating my Blazegraph instance with updates from Wikidata. I can
not find any way to configure it to use my local Wikibase instead. No
parameters documented, no global or local variables found. Can anyone
provide any advice on this?
Thank you for your help!