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i want to know about jena api,i have downloaded it but i m not able to install it,i searched for the google images for jena api but found nothing and i came to know that it is not a tool,it is a collection of libraries which can be imported to another tools like eclipse in order to do jena programming..........

is this true?? help me......

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Yes, it is a library. To install it read the INSTALL.TXT file included in the archive, a copy of which is quoted below.

Jena2 INSTALL
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Welcome to Jena, a Java framework for writing Semantic Web
applications.

Jena is a library for RDF and OWL. To use Jena in your application, ensure
all the .jar files in the lib/ are on the classpath or available to your
web application. Jena is tested with these .jar files - Jena includes a
copy of Xerces as it relies on specific features that change between
versions.

There are also some helper applications. These are detailed in
doc/tools.html.

A copy of the Jena web site is included in the doc/ directory, starting at
doc/index.html. The full documentation index is doc/documentation.html

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