You can either retrieve RDF4J via Apache Maven, or download the SDK or onejar directly.
RDF4J 3.2.3 (latest)
RDF4J 3.2.3 is our latest stable release. It requires Java 8. For details on what’s new and how to upgrade, see the release and upgrade notes.
RDF4J 3.3.0 Milestone 1
RDF4J 3.3.0-M1 is the first milestone build for the upcoming 3.3.0 release. It requires Java 8.
RDF4J 3.3.0-M1 SDK (zip)
Full Eclipse RDF4J SDK, containing all libraries, RDF4J Server, Workbench, and Console applications, and Javadoc API.
RDF4J 3.3.0-M1 onejar
Single jar file for easy inclusion of the full RDF4J toolkit in your Java project.
You can include RDF4J as a Maven dependency in your Java project by including the following BOM (Bill-of-Materials):
RDF4J is a multi-module project, you can pick and choose which libraries you need. To include the full project, simply import the following dependency:
See the Setup instructions in the
Programmer’s documentation for more details on Maven and
which artifacts RDF4J provides.
Source code and nightly builds
You can access the RDF4J source code directly from our GitHub repositories. Maven nightly snapshot builds for the master branch are available from the Sonatype snapshot repository.
To include nightly snapshot builds in your project, add this repository to your project’s POM:
Then use RDF4J dependencies as normal, using 3.2.3-SNAPSHOT as the version number.
Old releases of OpenRDF Sesame (the predecessor of Eclipse RDF4J) can be found on Sourceforge.
Eclipse RDF4J is licensed to you under the terms of the Eclipse Distribution License (EDL), v1.0.