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jsonschema v5.0.0

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Package jsonschema provides json-schema compilation and validation.

Features:
  • implements draft 2020-12, draft 2019-09, draft-7, draft-6, draft-4
  • fully compliant with JSON-Schema-Test-Suite, (excluding some optional)
    • list of optional tests that are excluded can be found in schema_test.go(variable skipTests)
  • validates schemas against meta-schema
  • full support of remote references
  • support of recursive references between schemas
  • detects infinite loop in schemas
  • thread safe validation
  • rich, intutive hierarchial error messages with json-pointers to exact location
  • supports output formats flag, basic and detailed
  • supports enabling format and content Assertions in draft2019-09 or above
    • change Compiler.AssertFormat, Compiler.AssertContent to true
  • compiled schema can be introspected. easier to develop tools like generating go structs given schema
  • supports user-defined keywords via extensions
  • implements following formats (supports user-defined)
    • date-time, date, time, duration (supports leap-second)
    • uuid, hostname, email
    • ip-address, ipv4, ipv6
    • uri, uriref, uri-template(limited validation)
    • json-pointer, relative-json-pointer
    • regex, format
  • implements following contentEncoding (supports user-defined)
    • base64
  • implements following contentMediaType (supports user-defined)
    • application/json
  • can load from files/http/https/string/[]byte/io.Reader (suports user-defined)

see examples in godoc

The schema is compiled against the version specified in $schema property. If $schema property is missing, it uses latest draft which currently is draft7. You can force to use specific version, when $schema is missing, as follows:

compiler := jsonschema.NewCompiler()
compler.Draft = jsonschema.Draft4

you can also validate go value using schema.ValidateInterface(interface{}) method.
but the argument should not be user-defined struct.

This package supports loading json-schema from filePath and fileURL.

To load json-schema from HTTPURL, add following import:

import _ "github.com/santhosh-tekuri/jsonschema/v5/httploader"

Rich Errors

The ValidationError returned by Validate method contains detailed context to understand why and where the error is.

schema.json:

{
      "$ref": "t.json#/definitions/employee"
}

t.json:

{
    "definitions": {
        "employee": {
            "type": "string"
        }
    }
}

doc.json:

1

assuming err is the ValidationError returned when doc.json validated with schema.json,

fmt.Printf("%#v\n", err) // using %#v prints errors hierarchy

Prints:

[I#] [S#] doesn't validate with file:///Users/santhosh/jsonschema/schema.json#
  [I#] [S#/$ref] doesn't validate with 'file:///Users/santhosh/jsonschema/t.json#/definitions/employee'
    [I#] [S#/definitions/employee/type] expected string, but got number

Here I stands for instance document and S stands for schema document.
The json-fragments that caused error in instance and schema documents are represented using json-pointer notation.
Nested causes are printed with indent.

To output err in flag output format:

b, _ := json.MarshalIndent(err.FlagOutput(), "", "  ")
fmt.Println(string(b))

Prints:

{
  "valid": false
}

To output err in basic output format:

b, _ := json.MarshalIndent(err.BasicOutput(), "", "  ")
fmt.Println(string(b))

Prints:

{
  "valid": false,
  "errors": [
    {
      "keywordLocation": "",
      "absoluteKeywordLocation": "file:///Users/santhosh/jsonschema/schema.json#",
      "instanceLocation": "",
      "error": "doesn't validate with file:///Users/santhosh/jsonschema/schema.json#"
    },
    {
      "keywordLocation": "/$ref",
      "absoluteKeywordLocation": "file:///Users/santhosh/jsonschema/schema.json#/$ref",
      "instanceLocation": "",
      "error": "doesn't validate with 'file:///Users/santhosh/jsonschema/t.json#/definitions/employee'"
    },
    {
      "keywordLocation": "/$ref/type",
      "absoluteKeywordLocation": "file:///Users/santhosh/jsonschema/t.json#/definitions/employee/type",
      "instanceLocation": "",
      "error": "expected string, but got number"
    }
  ]
}

To output err in detailed output format:

b, _ := json.MarshalIndent(err.DetailedOutput(), "", "  ")
fmt.Println(string(b))

Prints:

{
  "valid": false,
  "keywordLocation": "",
  "absoluteKeywordLocation": "file:///Users/santhosh/jsonschema/schema.json#",
  "instanceLocation": "",
  "errors": [
    {
      "valid": false,
      "keywordLocation": "/$ref",
      "absoluteKeywordLocation": "file:///Users/santhosh/jsonschema/schema.json#/$ref",
      "instanceLocation": "",
      "errors": [
        {
          "valid": false,
          "keywordLocation": "/$ref/type",
          "absoluteKeywordLocation": "file:///Users/santhosh/jsonschema/t.json#/definitions/employee/type",
          "instanceLocation": "",
          "error": "expected string, but got number"
        }
      ]
    }
  ]
}

CLI

jv [-draft INT] [-output FORMAT] <json-schema> [<json-doc>]...
  -draft int
    	draft used when '$schema' attribute is missing. valid values 4, 5, 7, 2019, 2020 (default 2020)
  -output string
    	output format. valid values flag, basic, detailed

if no <json-doc> arguments are passed, it simply validates the <json-schema>.
if $schema attribute is missing in schema, it uses latest version. this can be overriden by passing -draft flag

exit-code is 1, if there are any validation errors

Validating YAML Document

since yaml supports non-string keys, such yaml documents are rendered as invalid json documents.
yaml parser returns map[interface{}]interface{} for object, whereas json parser returns map[string]interafce{}.
this package accepts only map[string]interface{}, so we need to manually convert them to map[string]interface{}

https://play.golang.org/p/voSN4i0u973

the above example shows how to validate yaml document with jsonschema.
the convertion explained above is implemented by toStringKeys function

Documentation

Overview

Package jsonschema provides json-schema compilation and validation.

Features:

- implements draft 2020-12, 2019-09, draft-7, draft-6, draft-4
- fully compliant with JSON-Schema-Test-Suite, (excluding some optional)
  - list of optional tests that are excluded can be found in schema_test.go(variable skipTests)
- validates schemas against meta-schema
- full support of remote references
- support of recursive references between schemas
- detects infinite loop in schemas
- thread safe validation
- rich, intutive hierarchial error messages with json-pointers to exact location
- supports output formats flag, basic and detailed
- supports enabling format and content Assertions in draft2019-09 or above
  - change Compiler.AssertFormat, Compiler.AssertContent to true
- compiled schema can be introspected. easier to develop tools like generating go structs given schema
- supports user-defined keywords via extensions
- implements following formats (supports user-defined)
  - date-time, date, time, duration (supports leap-second)
  - uuid, hostname, email
  - ip-address, ipv4, ipv6
  - uri, uriref, uri-template(limited validation)
  - json-pointer, relative-json-pointer
  - regex, format
- implements following contentEncoding (supports user-defined)
  - base64
- implements following contentMediaType (supports user-defined)
  - application/json
- can load from files/http/https/string/[]byte/io.Reader (suports user-defined)

The schema is compiled against the version specified in "$schema" property. If "$schema" property is missing, it uses latest draft which currently implemented by this library.

You can force to use specific draft, when "$schema" is missing, as follows:

compiler := jsonschema.NewCompiler()
compler.Draft = jsonschema.Draft4

you can also validate go value using schema.ValidateInterface(interface{}) method. but the argument should not be user-defined struct.

This package supports loading json-schema from filePath and fileURL.

To load json-schema from HTTPURL, add following import:

import _ "github.com/santhosh-tekuri/jsonschema/v5/httploader"

you can validate yaml documents. see https://play.golang.org/p/sJy1qY7dXgA

Example
sch, err := jsonschema.Compile("testdata/person_schema.json")
if err != nil {
	log.Fatalf("%#v", err)
}

data, err := ioutil.ReadFile("testdata/person.json")
if err != nil {
	log.Fatal(err)
}

var v interface{}
if err := json.Unmarshal(data, &v); err != nil {
	log.Fatal(err)
}

if err = sch.Validate(v); err != nil {
	log.Fatalf("%#v", err)
}
Output:

Example (Extension)
package main

import (
	"encoding/json"
	"fmt"
	"log"
	"strconv"
	"strings"

	"github.com/santhosh-tekuri/jsonschema/v5"
)

var powerOfMeta = jsonschema.MustCompileString("powerOf.json", `{
	"properties" : {
		"powerOf": {
			"type": "integer",
			"exclusiveMinimum": 0
		}
	}
}`)

type powerOfCompiler struct{}

func (powerOfCompiler) Compile(ctx jsonschema.CompilerContext, m map[string]interface{}) (jsonschema.ExtSchema, error) {
	if pow, ok := m["powerOf"]; ok {
		n, err := pow.(json.Number).Int64()
		return powerOfSchema(n), err
	}

	// nothing to compile, return nil
	return nil, nil
}

type powerOfSchema int64

func (s powerOfSchema) Validate(ctx jsonschema.ValidationContext, v interface{}) error {
	switch v.(type) {
	case json.Number, float64, int, int32, int64:
		pow := int64(s)
		n, _ := strconv.ParseInt(fmt.Sprint(v), 10, 64)
		for n%pow == 0 {
			n = n / pow
		}
		if n != 1 {
			return ctx.Error("powerOf", "%v not powerOf %v", v, pow)
		}
		return nil
	default:
		return nil
	}
}

func main() {
	c := jsonschema.NewCompiler()
	c.RegisterExtension("powerOf", powerOfMeta, powerOfCompiler{})

	schema := `{"powerOf": 10}`
	instance := `100`

	if err := c.AddResource("schema.json", strings.NewReader(schema)); err != nil {
		log.Fatal(err)
	}
	sch, err := c.Compile("schema.json")
	if err != nil {
		log.Fatalf("%#v", err)
	}

	if err = sch.Validate(strings.NewReader(instance)); err != nil {
		log.Fatalf("%#v", err)
	}
}
Output:

Example (FromString)

Example_fromString shows how to load schema from string.

schema := `{"type": "object"}`
instance := `{"foo": "bar"}`

sch, err := jsonschema.CompileString("schema.json", schema)
if err != nil {
	log.Fatalf("%#v", err)
}

var v interface{}
if err := json.Unmarshal([]byte(instance), &v); err != nil {
	log.Fatal(err)
}

if err = sch.Validate(v); err != nil {
	log.Fatalf("%#v", err)
}
Output:

Example (FromStrings)

Example_fromStrings shows how to load schema from more than one string.

c := jsonschema.NewCompiler()
if err := c.AddResource("main.json", strings.NewReader(`{"$ref":"obj.json"}`)); err != nil {
	log.Fatal(err)
}
if err := c.AddResource("obj.json", strings.NewReader(`{"type":"object"}`)); err != nil {
	log.Fatal(err)
}
sch, err := c.Compile("main.json")
if err != nil {
	log.Fatalf("%#v", err)
}

var v interface{}
if err := json.Unmarshal([]byte("{}"), &v); err != nil {
	log.Fatal(err)
}

if err = sch.Validate(v); err != nil {
	log.Fatalf("%#v", err)
}
Output:

Example (UserDefinedContent)

Example_userDefinedContent shows how to define "hex" contentEncoding and "application/xml" contentMediaType

jsonschema.Decoders["hex"] = hex.DecodeString
jsonschema.MediaTypes["application/xml"] = func(b []byte) error {
	return xml.Unmarshal(b, new(interface{}))
}

schema := `{
		"$schema": "http://json-schema.org/draft-07/schema",
		"type": "object",
		"properties": {
			"xml" : {
				"type": "string",
				"contentEncoding": "hex",
				"contentMediaType": "application/xml"
			}
		}
	}`
instance := `{"xml": "3c726f6f742f3e"}`

sch, err := jsonschema.CompileString("schema.json", schema)
if err != nil {
	log.Fatalf("%#v", err)
}

var v interface{}
if err := json.Unmarshal([]byte(instance), &v); err != nil {
	log.Fatal(err)
}

if err = sch.Validate(v); err != nil {
	log.Fatalf("%#v", err)
}
Output:

Example (UserDefinedFormat)

Example_userDefinedFormat shows how to define 'odd-number' format.

jsonschema.Formats["odd-number"] = func(v interface{}) bool {
	switch v := v.(type) {
	case json.Number, float64, int, int32, int64:
		n, _ := strconv.ParseInt(fmt.Sprint(v), 10, 64)
		return n%2 != 0
	default:
		return true
	}
}

schema := `{
		"$schema": "http://json-schema.org/draft-07/schema",
		"type": "integer",
		"format": "odd-number"
	}`
instance := 5

sch, err := jsonschema.CompileString("schema.json", schema)
if err != nil {
	log.Fatalf("%#v", err)
}

if err = sch.Validate(instance); err != nil {
	log.Fatalf("%#v", err)
}
Output:

Example (UserDefinedLoader)

Example_userDefinedLoader shows how to define custom schema loader.

we are implementing a "map" protocol which servers schemas from go map variable.

var schemas = map[string]string{
	"main.json": `{"$ref":"obj.json"}`,
	"obj.json":  `{"type":"object"}`,
}
jsonschema.Loaders["map"] = func(url string) (io.ReadCloser, error) {
	schema, ok := schemas[strings.TrimPrefix(url, "map:///")]
	if !ok {
		return nil, fmt.Errorf("%q not found", url)
	}
	return ioutil.NopCloser(strings.NewReader(schema)), nil
}

sch, err := jsonschema.Compile("map:///main.json")
if err != nil {
	log.Fatalf("%+v", err)
}

var v interface{}
if err := json.Unmarshal([]byte("{}"), &v); err != nil {
	log.Fatal(err)
}

if err = sch.Validate(v); err != nil {
	log.Fatalf("%#v", err)
}
Output:

Index

Examples

Constants

This section is empty.

Variables

View Source
var (
	Draft4    = &Draft{version: 4, id: "id", boolSchema: false}
	Draft6    = &Draft{version: 6, id: "$id", boolSchema: true}
	Draft7    = &Draft{version: 7, id: "$id", boolSchema: true}
	Draft2019 = &Draft{version: 2019, id: "$id", boolSchema: true}
	Draft2020 = &Draft{version: 2020, id: "$id", boolSchema: true}
)

supported drafts

View Source
var Decoders = map[string]func(string) ([]byte, error){
	"base64": base64.StdEncoding.DecodeString,
}

Decoders is a registry of functions, which know how to decode string encoded in specific format.

New Decoders can be registered by adding to this map. Key is encoding name, value is function that knows how to decode string in that format.

View Source
var Formats = map[string]func(interface{}) bool{
	"date-time":             isDateTime,
	"date":                  isDate,
	"time":                  isTime,
	"duration":              isDuration,
	"hostname":              isHostname,
	"email":                 isEmail,
	"ip-address":            isIPV4,
	"ipv4":                  isIPV4,
	"ipv6":                  isIPV6,
	"uri":                   isURI,
	"iri":                   isURI,
	"uri-reference":         isURIReference,
	"uriref":                isURIReference,
	"iri-reference":         isURIReference,
	"uri-template":          isURITemplate,
	"regex":                 isRegex,
	"json-pointer":          isJSONPointer,
	"relative-json-pointer": isRelativeJSONPointer,
	"uuid":                  isUUID,
}

Formats is a registry of functions, which know how to validate a specific format.

New Formats can be registered by adding to this map. Key is format name, value is function that knows how to validate that format.

View Source
var LoadURL = func(s string) (io.ReadCloser, error) {
	u, err := url.Parse(s)
	if err != nil {
		return nil, err
	}
	loader, ok := Loaders[u.Scheme]
	if !ok {
		return nil, LoaderNotFoundError(s)

	}
	return loader(s)
}

LoadURL loads document at given absolute URL. The default implementation uses Loaders registry to lookup by schema and uses that loader.

Users can change this variable, if they would like to take complete responsibility of loading given URL. Used by Compiler if its LoadURL field is nil.

View Source
var Loaders = map[string]func(url string) (io.ReadCloser, error){
	"file": loadFileURL,
}

Loaders is a registry of functions, which know how to load absolute url of specific schema.

New loaders can be registered by adding to this map. Key is schema, value is function that knows how to load url of that schema

View Source
var MediaTypes = map[string]func([]byte) error{
	"application/json": validateJSON,
}

MediaTypes is a registry of functions, which know how to validate whether the bytes represent data of that mediaType.

New mediaTypes can be registered by adding to this map. Key is mediaType name, value is function that knows how to validate that mediaType.

Functions

This section is empty.

Types

type Basic

type Basic struct {
	Valid  bool         `json:"valid"`
	Errors []BasicError `json:"errors"`
}

Basic is output format with flat list of output units.

type BasicError

type BasicError struct {
	KeywordLocation         string `json:"keywordLocation"`
	AbsoluteKeywordLocation string `json:"absoluteKeywordLocation"`
	InstanceLocation        string `json:"instanceLocation"`
	Error                   string `json:"error"`
}

BasicError is output unit in basic format.

type Compiler

type Compiler struct {
	// Draft represents the draft used when '$schema' attribute is missing.
	//
	// This defaults to latest draft (currently draft2019-09).
	Draft *Draft

	// ExtractAnnotations tells whether schema annotations has to be extracted
	// in compiled Schema or not.
	ExtractAnnotations bool

	// LoadURL loads the document at given absolute URL.
	//
	// If nil, package global LoadURL is used.
	LoadURL func(s string) (io.ReadCloser, error)

	// AssertFormat for specifications >= draft2019-09.
	AssertFormat bool

	// AssertContent for specifications >= draft2019-09.
	AssertContent bool
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

A Compiler represents a json-schema compiler.

func NewCompiler

func NewCompiler() *Compiler

NewCompiler returns a json-schema Compiler object. if '$schema' attribute is missing, it is treated as draft7. to change this behavior change Compiler.Draft value

func (*Compiler) AddResource

func (c *Compiler) AddResource(url string, r io.Reader) error

AddResource adds in-memory resource to the compiler.

Note that url must not have fragment

func (*Compiler) Compile

func (c *Compiler) Compile(url string) (*Schema, error)

Compile parses json-schema at given url returns, if successful, a Schema object that can be used to match against json.

error returned will be of type *SchemaError

func (*Compiler) MustCompile

func (c *Compiler) MustCompile(url string) *Schema

MustCompile is like Compile but panics if the url cannot be compiled to *Schema. It simplifies safe initialization of global variables holding compiled Schemas.

func (*Compiler) RegisterExtension

func (c *Compiler) RegisterExtension(name string, meta *Schema, ext ExtCompiler)

RegisterExtension registers custom keyword(s) into this compiler.

name is extension name, used only to avoid name collisions. meta captures the metaschema for the new keywords. This is used to validate the schema before calling ext.Compile.

type CompilerContext

type CompilerContext struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

CompilerContext provides additional context required in compiling for extension.

func (CompilerContext) Compile

func (ctx CompilerContext) Compile(schPath string, applicableOnSameInstance bool) (*Schema, error)

Compile compiles given value at ptr into *Schema. This is useful in implementing keyword like allOf/not/patternProperties.

schPath is the relative-json-pointer to the schema to be compiled from parent schema.

applicableOnSameInstance tells whether current schema and the given schema are applied on same instance value. this is used to detect infinite loop in schema.

func (CompilerContext) CompileRef

func (ctx CompilerContext) CompileRef(ref string, refPath string, applicableOnSameInstance bool) (*Schema, error)

CompileRef compiles the schema referenced by ref uri

refPath is the relative-json-pointer to ref.

applicableOnSameInstance tells whether current schema and the given schema are applied on same instance value. this is used to detect infinite loop in schema.

type Detailed

type Detailed struct {
	Valid                   bool       `json:"valid"`
	KeywordLocation         string     `json:"keywordLocation"`
	AbsoluteKeywordLocation string     `json:"absoluteKeywordLocation"`
	InstanceLocation        string     `json:"instanceLocation"`
	Error                   string     `json:"error,omitempty"`
	Errors                  []Detailed `json:"errors,omitempty"`
}

Detailed is output format based on structre of schema.

type Draft

type Draft struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

A Draft represents json-schema draft

type ExtCompiler

type ExtCompiler interface {
	// Compile compiles the custom keywords in schema m and returns its compiled representation.
	// if the schema m does not contain the keywords defined by this extension,
	// compiled representation nil should be returned.
	Compile(ctx CompilerContext, m map[string]interface{}) (ExtSchema, error)
}

ExtCompiler compiles custom keyword(s) into ExtSchema.

type ExtSchema

type ExtSchema interface {
	// Validate validates the json value v with this ExtSchema.
	// Returned error must be *ValidationError.
	Validate(ctx ValidationContext, v interface{}) error
}

ExtSchema is schema representation of custom keyword(s)

type Flag

type Flag struct {
	Valid bool `json:"valid"`
}

Flag is output format with simple boolean property valid.

type InfiniteLoopError

type InfiniteLoopError string

InfiniteLoopError is returned by Compile/Validate. this gives url#keywordLocation that lead to infinity loop.

func (InfiniteLoopError) Error

func (e InfiniteLoopError) Error() string

type InvalidJSONTypeError

type InvalidJSONTypeError string

InvalidJSONTypeError is the error type returned by ValidateInterface. this tells that specified go object is not valid jsonType.

func (InvalidJSONTypeError) Error

func (e InvalidJSONTypeError) Error() string

type LoaderNotFoundError

type LoaderNotFoundError string

LoaderNotFoundError is the error type returned by Load function. It tells that no Loader is registered for that URL Scheme.

func (LoaderNotFoundError) Error

func (e LoaderNotFoundError) Error() string

type Schema

type Schema struct {
	Location string // absolute location

	// type agnostic validations
	Format string

	Always          *bool // always pass/fail. used when booleans are used as schemas in draft-07.
	Ref             *Schema
	RecursiveAnchor bool
	RecursiveRef    *Schema
	DynamicAnchor   string
	DynamicRef      *Schema
	Types           []string      // allowed types.
	Constant        []interface{} // first element in slice is constant value. note: slice is used to capture nil constant.
	Enum            []interface{} // allowed values.

	Not   *Schema
	AllOf []*Schema
	AnyOf []*Schema
	OneOf []*Schema
	If    *Schema
	Then  *Schema // nil, when If is nil.
	Else  *Schema // nil, when If is nil.

	// object validations
	MinProperties         int      // -1 if not specified.
	MaxProperties         int      // -1 if not specified.
	Required              []string // list of required properties.
	Properties            map[string]*Schema
	PropertyNames         *Schema
	RegexProperties       bool // property names must be valid regex. used only in draft4 as workaround in metaschema.
	PatternProperties     map[*regexp.Regexp]*Schema
	AdditionalProperties  interface{}            // nil or bool or *Schema.
	Dependencies          map[string]interface{} // map value is *Schema or []string.
	DependentRequired     map[string][]string
	DependentSchemas      map[string]*Schema
	UnevaluatedProperties *Schema

	// array validations
	MinItems         int // -1 if not specified.
	MaxItems         int // -1 if not specified.
	UniqueItems      bool
	Items            interface{} // nil or *Schema or []*Schema
	AdditionalItems  interface{} // nil or bool or *Schema.
	PrefixItems      []*Schema
	Items2020        *Schema // items keyword reintroduced in draft 2020-12
	Contains         *Schema
	ContainsEval     bool // whether any item in an array that passes validation of the contains schema is considered "evaluated"
	MinContains      int  // 1 if not specified
	MaxContains      int  // -1 if not specified
	UnevaluatedItems *Schema

	// string validations
	MinLength       int // -1 if not specified.
	MaxLength       int // -1 if not specified.
	Pattern         *regexp.Regexp
	ContentEncoding string

	ContentMediaType string

	// number validators
	Minimum          *big.Rat
	ExclusiveMinimum *big.Rat
	Maximum          *big.Rat
	ExclusiveMaximum *big.Rat
	MultipleOf       *big.Rat

	// annotations. captured only when Compiler.ExtractAnnotations is true.
	Title       string
	Description string
	Default     interface{}
	Comment     string
	ReadOnly    bool
	WriteOnly   bool
	Examples    []interface{}
	Deprecated  bool

	// user defined extensions
	Extensions map[string]ExtSchema
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

A Schema represents compiled version of json-schema.

func Compile

func Compile(url string) (*Schema, error)

Compile parses json-schema at given url returns, if successful, a Schema object that can be used to match against json.

Returned error can be *SchemaError

func CompileString

func CompileString(url, schema string) (*Schema, error)

CompileString parses and compiles the given schema with given base url.

func MustCompile

func MustCompile(url string) *Schema

MustCompile is like Compile but panics if the url cannot be compiled to *Schema. It simplifies safe initialization of global variables holding compiled Schemas.

func MustCompileString

func MustCompileString(url, schema string) *Schema

MustCompileString is like CompileString but panics on error. It simplified safe initialization of global variables holding compiled Schema.

func (*Schema) String

func (s *Schema) String() string

func (*Schema) Validate

func (s *Schema) Validate(v interface{}) (err error)

Validate validates given doc, against the json-schema s.

the v must be the raw json value. for number precision unmarshal with json.UseNumber().

returns *ValidationError if v does not confirm with schema s. returns InfiniteLoopError if it detects loop during validation. returns InvalidJSONTypeError if it detects any non json value in v.

type SchemaError

type SchemaError struct {
	// SchemaURL is the url to json-schema that filed to compile.
	// This is helpful, if your schema refers to external schemas
	SchemaURL string

	// Err is the error that occurred during compilation.
	// It could be ValidationError, because compilation validates
	// given schema against the json meta-schema
	Err error
}

SchemaError is the error type returned by Compile.

func (*SchemaError) Error

func (se *SchemaError) Error() string

func (*SchemaError) GoString

func (se *SchemaError) GoString() string

func (*SchemaError) Unwrap

func (se *SchemaError) Unwrap() error

type ValidationContext

type ValidationContext struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

ValidationContext provides additional context required in validating for extension.

func (ValidationContext) Error

func (ctx ValidationContext) Error(keywordPath string, format string, a ...interface{}) *ValidationError

Error used to construct validation error by extensions.

keywordPath is relative-json-pointer to keyword.

func (ValidationContext) EvaluatedItem

func (ctx ValidationContext) EvaluatedItem(index int)

EvaluatedItem marks given index of array as evaluated.

func (ValidationContext) EvaluatedProp

func (ctx ValidationContext) EvaluatedProp(prop string)

EvaluatedProp marks given property of object as evaluated.

func (ValidationContext) Validate

func (ctx ValidationContext) Validate(s *Schema, spath string, v interface{}, vpath string) error

Validate validates schema s with value v. Extension must use this method instead of *Schema.ValidateInterface method. This will be useful in implementing keywords like allOf/oneOf

spath is relative-json-pointer to s vpath is relative-json-pointer to v.

type ValidationError

type ValidationError struct {
	KeywordLocation         string             // validation path of validating keyword or schema
	AbsoluteKeywordLocation string             // absolute location of validating keyword or schema
	InstanceLocation        string             // location of the json value within the instance being validated
	Message                 string             // describes error
	Causes                  []*ValidationError // nested validation errors
}

ValidationError is the error type returned by Validate.

func (*ValidationError) BasicOutput

func (ve *ValidationError) BasicOutput() Basic

BasicOutput returns output in basic format

func (*ValidationError) DetailedOutput

func (ve *ValidationError) DetailedOutput() Detailed

DetailedOutput returns output in detailed format

func (*ValidationError) Error

func (ve *ValidationError) Error() string

func (*ValidationError) FlagOutput

func (ve *ValidationError) FlagOutput() Flag

FlagOutput returns output in flag format

func (*ValidationError) GoString

func (ve *ValidationError) GoString() string

func (ValidationError) Group

func (ValidationError) Group(parent *ValidationError, causes ...error) error

Group is used by extensions to group multiple errors as causes to parent error. This is useful in implementing keywords like allOf where each schema specified in allOf can result a validationError.

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Package httploader implements loader.Loader for http/https url.
Package httploader implements loader.Loader for http/https url.

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