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Java XML and JSON: JSON Schema

 
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Hi,

Congratulations on the publication of your book.

What do you think of the work done around creating a JSON Schema?
In certain industries, use of XML is still very wide-spread as a data exchange format. I see a lot of excitement around JSON in such cases. However, the long-term and heavy reliance on XML Schema creates a knee-jerk reaction for looking for a JSON Schema specification. But does JSON Schema even make sense?

Thank you.
 
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Hi Yagiz,

JSON and XML nicely complement each other and are widely used. Therefore, it makes sense to be able to validate either kind of document, and so I would say that JSON Schema makes as much sense as XML Schema.

Jeff
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