Run SPARKL in Docker for Windows

  • Make sure you are running Windows 10 Professional Edition or above

    Docker will not run on Home Edition, which is hobbled

  • Download and install Docker for Windows

  • Follow the instructions to run SPARKL under Docker

Install the SPARKL CLI

  • Make sure you are running Windows 10 Home Edition or above

  • Download and install Python 3 for Windows

  • Download and install the msxsl utility

  • Start an administrator console

    To do this from the Start menu, right click on the Command Prompt menu item and select "Run as administrator"

  • Set the console codepage to display UTF-8 characters. This is required to show the configuration tree, which uses box-drawing characters for layout:

    chcp 65001
  • (Optional) You can make UTF-8 the console default by using regedit

    Navigate down to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Command Processor

    Create a String Value called Autorun with the value chcp 65001

  • Follow the instructions to install the SPARKL CLI