Using <> notation when adding a custom RDF type (v 0.17.2)

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Gregory Neil Jansen

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Apr 28, 2022, 4:49:18 PMApr 28
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Hi all,
I've been creating container nodes with a locally defined rdf:type for some time. Such unknown types are probably rightly ignored in HTTP link headers. So I've been including that statement in turtle as follows:
```
```
It works great, but here's where my question arises..
The resulting object has this representation on GET:
```
```
Note the trailing slash on only one of the statements. It's as if <> refers to a different node. Is <> simply reflecting the request URI instead of the internal LDP URI? Am I using an odd approach?

many thanks,
Greg
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Gregory Neil Jansen

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May 5, 2022, 4:10:27 PMMay 5
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FYI, I've updated my Trellis build to use the 0.19.0 release and verified that this is still the behavior. I'll have a look in the implementation code now too.
Greg

Aaron Coburn

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May 5, 2022, 4:29:16 PMMay 5
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Thanks, Greg. This does sound like a bug.

Aaron

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