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tracker-sparql(1)			  User Commands 			tracker-sparql(1)

       tracker-sparql - Use SparQL to query the Tracker databases.

       tracker-sparql [OPTION...] [-q QUERY] | [-f FILE]

       tracker-sparql allows the caller to run an RDF query on the database. This can be done two
       ways. Either by providing a FILE with the query or by providing a string  with  the  QUERY

       The  FILE  argument  can  be  either a local path or a URI. It also does not have to be an
       absolute path.

       -?, --help
	      Show summary of options.

       -f, --file=FILE
	      Use a FILE with SPARQL content to query or update.

       -q, --query=SPARQL
	      Use a SPARQL string to query the database with.

       -u, --update
	      This has to be used with --query.  This tells  tracker-sparql  to  use  the  SPARQL
	      update  extensions  so  it knows it isn't a regular data lookup request. So if your
	      query is intended to change data in the database, this option is needed.

       -c, --list-classes
	      Returns a list of classes which describe the ontology used for storing data.  These
	      classes  are  also  used	in  queries.  For example, http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-
	      schema#Resource is one of many classes which should be returned here.

       -x, --list-class-prefixes
	      Returns a list of classes and their related prefixes. Prefixes  are  used  to  make
	      querying	 a   lot   simpler   and   are	 much	like   an   alias.  For  example,
	      http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#Resource has the prefix rdfs so queries can be
	      cut down to:

	      "SELECT ?u WHERE { ?u a rdfs:Resource }"

       -p, --list-properties=CLASS
	      Returns  a  list	of  properties which pertain to a class. You can use both formats
	      here for the class, either  the  full  name  http://www.semanticdesktop.org/ontolo-
	      gies/2007/03/22/nfo#Video or the shortened prefix name nfo:Video.

	      This gives the following result:

	      $ tracker-sparql -p nfo:Video

	      Properties: 2

	      These  properties  nfo:frameRate	and  nfo:frameCount  can  be used in more complex
	      queries (see --query).

       -n, --list-notifies=CLASS
	      Returns a list of classes which are notified over  D-Bus	about  any  changes  that
	      occur  in  the  database. CLASS does not have to be supplied here. This is optional
	      and filters the results according to any argument  supplied.  With  no  CLASS,  all
	      classes are listed.

       -i, --list-indexes=PROPERTY
	      Returns  a  list of properties which are indexed in the database.  Indexes improves
	      query speed but also add an indexing penalty.  PROPERTY does not have  to  be  sup-
	      plied here. This is optional and filters the results according to any argument sup-
	      plied. With no PROPERTY, all properties are listed.

       -s, --search=TERM
	      Returns a list of classes and properties which partially match TERM in  the  ontol-
	      ogy. This is a case insensitive match, for example:

	      $ tracker-sparql -s text

	      Classes: 4

	      Properties: 4

       -V, --version
	      Print version.

       List all classes

	      $ tracker-sparql -q "SELECT ?cl WHERE { ?cl a rdfs:Class }"

       List all properties for the Resources class (see --list-properties)

	      $ tracker-sparql -q "SELECT ?prop WHERE {
		    ?prop a rdf:Property ;
		    rdfs:domain <http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#Resource>

       List all class namespace prefixes

	      $ tracker-sparql -q "SELECT ?prefix ?ns WHERE {
		    ?ns a tracker:Namespace ;
		    tracker:prefix ?prefix

       List all music files

	      $ tracker-sparql -q "SELECT ?song WHERE { ?song a nmm:MusicPiece }"

       List all music albums

	      $ tracker-sparql -q "SELECT ?album ?title COUNT(?song)
				   AS songs
				   SUM(?length) AS totallength
				   WHERE {
		    ?album a nmm:MusicAlbum ;
		    nie:title ?title .
		    ?song nmm:musicAlbum ?album ;
		    nfo:duration ?length
		} GROUP BY ?album"

       List all music from a particular artist

	      $ tracker-sparql -q "SELECT ?song ?title WHERE {
		    ?song nmm:performer [ nmm:artistName 'Artist Name' ] ;
		    nie:title ?title

       Set the played count for a song

	      $ tracker-sparql -u -q "DELETE {
		    <file:///home/user/Music/song.mp3> nie:usageCounter ?count
		} WHERE {
		    <file:///home/user/Music/song.mp3> nie:usageCounter ?count
		} INSERT {
		    <file:///home/user/Music/song.mp3> nie:usageCounter 42

       List all image files

	      $ tracker-sparql -q "SELECT ?image WHERE { ?image a nfo:Image }"

       List all image files with a specific tag

	      $ tracker-sparql -q "SELECT ?image WHERE {
		    ?image a nfo:Image ;
		    nao:hasTag [ nao:prefLabel 'tag' ]

       List all image files created on a specific month and order by date

	      $ tracker-sparql -q "SELECT ?image ?date WHERE {
		    ?image a nfo:Image ;
		    nie:contentCreated ?date .
		    FILTER (?date >= '2008-07-01T00:00:00' &&
			    ?date <  '2008-08-01T00:00:00')
		} ORDER BY ?date"

       tracker-store(1), tracker-info(1).



GNU					    July 2009				tracker-sparql(1)
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