|Installing||is straight forward;
copying two war files in a Java servlet container as described in the manual at
brings you up and running in no time.
|Creating a store||created the test triple store using the openrdf-workbench web app ('New repository' under 'Repositories').
BEWARE:With my testfile of 168 Mb using the 'In Memory Store' did lead to a Java Heap Space issue; did choose a 'Native Java Store' instead.
|Populating the store||using the 'Add' directive under 'Modify' of the open-rdf workbench.|
|Overall||very easy to set up with a very good web management interface.|
|installing||the Sesame part is identical as above.
for the BigOWLIM part; the BigOWLIM Quick Start Guide (PDF) has a very good step by step procedure.
BEWARE: if you want additional functionality such as geo queries, you best copy all the jars from the bigowlim-3.4\ext folder to the openrdf-sesame\WEB-INF\lib folder instead of only the 4 jars mentioned in the guide.
|creating a triple store||this cannot be done from the sesame openrdf-workbench.
You need to use the Sesame console application, using the BigOWLIM repository template file 'bigowlim.ttl' to be copied in the templates directory of the OpenRDF Sesame console folder.
On Windows 7 this is C:\Users\xxx\Appdata\Roaming\Aduna\OpenRDF Sesame console\templates.
This is again well described in the same Quick Start Guide.
|populating the triple store||once the repository is created one can populate it using the openrdf workbench (same as above).|
|overall||a little bit more tricky, but once the store is created, you have the same user-friendly environment as with plain Sesame.|