Hi Fan Li,
you can attach a graphql:name to your class/node shape or to property shapes. In your case, try adding a triple
ex:c87d21f6-2c4e-11b2-8091-0242ac120019 graphql:name "carModel"
The values of graphql:name must be valid GraphQL identifiers,
i.e. not contain spaces or special characters. It's just an
annotation property that doesn't really change your ontology -
other tools will just ignore this triple.
You may need to edit the source code to add the triple above.
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Hi Holger, I am following up on this previous question regarding UUID URI and GraphQL. While using the graphql:name triple makes GraphQL query more readable, in ADS script the auto-generated API still uses the UUIDs as class names which is difficult to use. Any suggestions?