The latest release of Altova desktop developer tools and server software products introduces support for the newest JSON Schema versions in all JSON-enabled products. This adds to support for previous versions of the JSON Schema specification.
JSON Schema Editing & Validation
In addition to previous versions of the JSON Schema specification, XMLSpy now supports the two latest versions for JSON Schema editing as well as validation of schemas and instances:
- JSON Schema 2020-12
- JSON Schema 2020-09 (formerly known as Draft 8)
It’s easy to select the desired version when building a schema in the graphical JSON Schema editor.
Support for JSON Hyper-Schema has also been updated to include the latest versions. JSON Hyper-Schema is a JSON Schema vocabulary for annotating JSON documents with hyperlinks and instructions for processing and manipulating remote JSON resources through hypermedia environments such as HTTP. The term JSON Hyper-Schema is used to refer to a JSON Schema that uses these keywords.
Mapping and Converting JSON Data
For mapping and converting JSON data, MapForce and MapForce Server now support JSON Schema versions 2019-09 and 2020-12 in addition to previous versions.
High Performance JSON Validation
RaptorXML Server provides hyper-fast validation and processing of JSON instances and schemas based on JSON Schema 2019-09 and 2020-12 as well as older versions.
To get support for these new JSON Schema versions make sure you’re running the latest release of Altova software.