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Introduction

The IdAS Client C++ component provides a subset of the functionalities of the following Java components:

In short, the IdAS Client C++ component makes it possible to resolve UDIs and and perform IdAS operations, which can be either forwarded to a remote IdAS Proxy or applied to a local context file

XDI ("XRI Data Interchange") is a data model and protocol for sharing, linking, and synchronizing data over the Internet ("structured web") and other networks using XML documents and Extensible Resource Identifiers (XRIs). It is being developed by the OASIS XDI Technical Committee.

The Higgins XDI C++ component is a general-purpose implementation of some XDI concepts, e.g.:

  • The basic graph model (subjects, predicates, references, literals, inner graphs)
  • Serialization and deserialization of an XDI graph (only in the "X3 Standard" format)
  • Sending of XDI messages to XDI endpoints

This component is similar in its purpose as the Java XDI4j 1.1 component, however it is more limited in its functionality.

End-User Perspective

XDI C++ is a component for use by other components and applications. It is not used by end-users directly.

Developer Perspective

Sample Code

The following sample code shows how to construct and serialize a simple XDI graph using the XDI C++ component:

int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv[]) {

	// create a new graph and some sample data

	IF_XdiGraph * graph = xdiNewXdiGraph();
	graph->createSubjectPredicateReferenceStatement(L"=markus", L"+friend", L"=vitaliy");
	graph->createSubjectPredicateLiteralStatement(L"=markus", L"+name", L"Markus Sabadello");

	// find the +friend predicate and add a second reference

	IF_XdiPredicate * predicate = graph->getSubject(L"=markus")->getPredicate(L"+friend");
	predicate->createReference(L"=paul");

	// serialize and print the graph in X3 Standard format

	wchar_t * string;
	xdiWriteToString(graph, & string);
	fputws(string, stdout);

	// clean up

	delete [] string;
	delete graph;
	return 0;
}

Building

The XDI C++ Higgins project is:

  • app/org.eclipse.higgins.xdi.cpp.core

This project can be checked out from the Eclipse repository at the following SVN URI:

https://dev.eclipse.org/svnroot/technology/org.eclipse.higgins/trunk/app/org.eclipse.higgins.xdi.cpp.core

The shared library can be built we the tools "cmake", "nmake" and MS Visual C++.

Links

  • The XDI RDF Model is the current OASIS TC proposal for an RDF-based data model and addressing format for XDI. This document includes the proposed XDI RDF schema and a number of examples of XDI documents. (Note that it does not yet include the proposed XDI messaging format, which uses XDI documents as message envelopes for other XDI documents.)
  • OASIS XDI TC Wiki
  • Wikipedia page on XDI

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