A rule is used in a template. The children of the rule are used to declare the conditions in which the rule matches and the content that is generated. A rule may contain where, binding and/or action elements. A condition is defined used a where element. For each result that matches all of the conditions, content within the rule's action body is generated. The bindings element is optional and may specify additional variable bindings to be used.
When no query element is used in a template, a default query is used and the simple query syntax may be used for RDF datasources. For more information about this, see the Simple Query Syntax.
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