|Modifier and Type||Field and Description|
Boolean annotation should be
CONSTRAINTS, DEFAULT_LIMIT, JOIN_TYPE, LIMIT
ALT_SINK_REF, DEFAULT_LAST_PASS, DEFAULT_MAX_MEMORY, DEFAULT_MAX_MESSAGES_PER_TASK, DEFAULT_MAX_PARALLEL, DEFAULT_PIPELINE_QUEUE_CAPACITY, DEFAULT_PIPELINED, DEFAULT_SHARED_STATE, LAST_PASS, MAX_MEMORY, MAX_MESSAGES_PER_TASK, MAX_PARALLEL, PIPELINE_QUEUE_CAPACITY, PIPELINED, SHARED_STATE, SINK_REF
BOP_ID, CONTROLLER, DEFAULT_CONTROLLER, DEFAULT_EVALUATION_CONTEXT, DEFAULT_TIMEOUT, EVALUATION_CONTEXT, TIMEOUT
CHUNK_CAPACITY, CHUNK_OF_CHUNKS_CAPACITY, CHUNK_TIMEOUT, chunkTimeoutUnit, DEFAULT_CHUNK_CAPACITY, DEFAULT_CHUNK_OF_CHUNKS_CAPACITY, DEFAULT_CHUNK_TIMEOUT
static final String ASK_VAR
IVariablewhich will be bound to
trueiff there is at least one solution for the subquery. When specified,
nullin order to project all bindings from the parent's context into the subquery. However, bindings in the subquery WILL NOT be projected back into the parent.
Note: This supports EXISTS and NOT EXISTS semantics.
static final String SELECT
IVariable projected by the subquery (optional).
Rule: A variable within a subquery is distinct from the same name variable outside of the subquery unless the variable is projected from the subquery.
When this option is given, only the variables projected by the subquery will be visible during the subquery (this models SPARQL 1.1 subquery variable scope semantics). A variable having the same name in the parent context and the subquery which is not projected by the subquery is a distinct variable. This constraint is enforced by passing only the projected variables into the subquery and then merging the unprojected variables from the source solution into each result produced by the subquery for a given source solution.
When this option is not given, all variables are passed into the
subquery (basically, the semantics are those of
Note: This overrides the semantics of the same named annotation on
static final String IS_AGGREGATE
static final boolean DEFAULT_IS_AGGREGATE
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