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json-schemas

JSON schemas used by Internet2 Trust & Identity

Getting Started

To test all schemas, run make.

Contributing

To add a new schema, create a directory structure like the following (where "foo" is the name of the model represented by the schema):

  • foo/ - The schema's top-level directory
    • test/ - Test examples
      • invalid-*.json - Test examples which should be invalid
      • valid-*.json - Test examples which should be valid
    • foo.schema.json - The schema definition
    • README.md - Documentation for the schema

To run validation tests against the schema, run make foo.

If you're using Visual Studio Code, you may also want to edit .vscode/settings.json, adding an object to the json.schemas array that will validate test files using the new schema:

{
    "json.schemas": [
        ...
        {
            "fileMatch": [
                "/foo/test/*.json"
            ],
            "url": "./foo/foo.schema.json"
        }
    ]
}

Background

Validation tests use ajv-cli via Docker. Refer to docker-compose.yml and .containers/ajv-cli/Dockerfile for details.

See the JSON Schema docuemtation for more information.

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