shacl for range only (in case of implicit targets)

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Bohms, H.M. (Michel)

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Jul 27, 2021, 7:17:19 AMJul 27
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I have in rdfs:

 

x:hasUnit a rdf:Property ;

  rdfs:range qudt:Unit .

 

Can my corresponding shacl with implicit targets simply be?:

 

x:hasUnit a sh:NodeShape ;

  sh:class qudt:Unit .

 

or do I need some sh:targetObjectsOf?

 

nen2660:hasUnit

  a sh:NodeShape ;

  sh:class qudt:Unit ;

  sh:targetObjectsOf nen2660:hasUnit ;

.

 

 

 

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Bohms, H.M. (Michel)

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Jul 27, 2021, 9:19:02 AMJul 27
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Or…..

 

Can I be implicit but needing a sh:property

 

:hasUnit

  a sh:NodeShape ;

  sh:property [

    sh:path :hasUnit ;

    sh:class qudt:Unit ;

  ]

.

 

Or is this nonsense ( something being a rdf:Property and a sh:NodeShape at the same time)

 

 

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Holger Knublauch

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Jul 27, 2021, 7:57:50 PMJul 27
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To establish a global range-like property constraint, you could do

ex:hasUnitShape
    a sh:NodeShape ;
    sh:targetObjectsOf ex:hasUnit ;


    sh:class qudt:Unit .

Holger

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Bohms, H.M. (Michel)

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Jul 28, 2021, 3:24:57 AMJul 28
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Thx Holger

So there is no implicit variant here without  a target?

Like:

ex:hasUnit


    a sh:NodeShape ;
    sh:class qudt:Unit .

(where ex:hasUnit is also an rdfs:Property somewhere else/imported).

Holger Knublauch

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Jul 28, 2021, 4:11:05 AMJul 28
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No.

Holger

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