NAME

JSON::Schema::Modern::Result - Contains the result of a JSON Schema evaluation

VERSION

version 0.552

SYNOPSIS

  use JSON::Schema::Modern;
  my $js = JSON::Schema::Modern->new;
  my $result = $js->evaluate($data, $schema);
  my @errors = $result->errors;

  my $result_data_encoded = encode_json($result); # calls TO_JSON

  # use in numeric and boolean context
  say sprintf('got %d %ss', $result, ($result ? 'annotation' : 'error'));

  # use in string context
  say 'full results: ', $result;

  # combine two results into one:
  my $overall_result = $result1 & $result2;

DESCRIPTION

This object holds the complete results of evaluating a data payload against a JSON Schema using JSON::Schema::Modern.

OVERLOADS

The object contains a boolean overload, which evaluates to the value of "valid", so you can use the result of "evaluate" in JSON::Schema::Modern in boolean context.

The object also contains a bitwise AND overload (&), for combining two results into one (the result is valid iff both inputs are valid; annotations and errors from the second argument are appended to those of the first).

ATTRIBUTES

valid

A boolean. Indicates whether validation was successful or failed.

errors

Returns an array of JSON::Schema::Modern::Error objects.

annotations

Returns an array of JSON::Schema::Modern::Annotation objects.

output_format

One of: flag, basic, strict_basic, detailed, verbose, terse. Defaults to basic.

  • flag returns just the result of the evaluation: either {"valid": true} or {"valid": false}.

  • basic adds the list of errors or annotations to the boolean evaluation result.

    instance_location and keyword_location are always included, as JSON pointers, describing the path to the evaluation location; absolute_keyword_location is added (as a resolved URI) whenever it is known and different from keyword_location.

  • strict_basic is like basic but follows the draft-2019-09 specification precisely, including

    replicating an error fixed in the next draft, in that instance_location and keyword_location values are provided as fragment-only URI references rather than JSON pointers.

  • terse is not described in any specification; it is like basic, but omits some redundant

    errors (for example the one for the allOf keyword that is added when any of the subschemas under allOf failed evaluation).

formatted_annotations

A boolean flag indicating whether "format" should include annotations in the output. Defaults to true.

METHODS

format

Returns a data structure suitable for serialization; requires one argument specifying the output format to use, which corresponds to the formats documented in https://json-schema.org/draft/2019-09/json-schema-core.html#rfc.section.10.4. The only supported formats at this time are flag, basic, strict_basic, and terse.

TO_JSON

Calls "format" with the style configured in "output_format".

count

Returns the number of annotations when the result is true, or the number of errors when the result is false.

combine

When provided with another result object, returns a new object with the combination of all results. See & at "OVERLOADS".

dump

Returns a JSON string representing the result object, using the requested "format", according to the specification.

SUPPORT

Bugs may be submitted through https://github.com/karenetheridge/JSON-Schema-Modern/issues.

I am also usually active on irc, as 'ether' at irc.perl.org and irc.libera.chat.

You can also find me on the JSON Schema Slack server and OpenAPI Slack server, which are also great resources for finding help.

AUTHOR

Karen Etheridge <ether@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENCE

This software is copyright (c) 2020 by Karen Etheridge.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.