Schema Library overview

In the Schema Library, you can view and manage the schemas and message formats that are available in your project. You can add, rebuild, and delete schemas, and apply schema-specific data masks.
Each schema category for which schemas currently exist is listed on the left side of the view. When a category is selected, information about and options for the category are displayed in the center of the view.
When you select an option (where provided) in the center view, you can view and update the schema information in the right pane of the view. When a schema is selected in the library, the contents of the schema are refreshed with its source.

Adding schemas

To add a schema to the project from the Schema Library view, you have two options:
  • Click the Add button to specify a source file. HCL OneTest™ API attempts to determine the schema type from the source file contents.
  • Click the arrow next to the Add button to specify the schema type to add.
    When you click the arrow next to the Add button, a menu of categories is displayed.

When you add a schema of a category that did not previously exist in the project, the category is added to the schema list.

The information required to add a schema varies with the type of schema being added. For more information, see Schemas.

Rebuilding schemas

To rebuild one or more schemas and view any changes that were made to the source, select the schemas and click the Rebuild icon.

Deleting schemas

To delete one or more schemas, select the schemas and press Delete.

Schema details

In the far right pane, you can view and manage the details of any selected schema.

  • Under the Config tab, you can view or modify the schema location. For WSDLs, you can analyze the file in the same way as in the WSDL import wizard, or view a preview of the schema roots and the format of all available schema messages.
  • Under the References tab, you can see all of the artifacts within the project that contain a reference to the selected schema.
  • Under the Source tab, you can view the schema source.
  • Under the Documentation tab, you can view or modify more details about the schema, including an optional link to external documentation, the date and time when the schema was created and last updated, and the source of the schema.
  • Under the Rule Cache tab, you can view and configure any validation rules that are applied in the selected schema. For more information, see Rule Cache overview.

Format details

For message formats, there is no tree view in the center frame, and only the Config tab is available on the far right side of the view. Here you can preview all of the different message types that are available under the selected format.

Schema-specific data masks

You can use the Schema Library view to create, view, modify, or delete schema-specific data masks.

Note: If you want to create non-schema-specific data masks, you must use the Recording Studio perspective. If you want to view, modify, or delete non-schema-specific data masks, you can use Recording Studio or the Rule Cache view of the Architecture School perspective. For more information, see Creating schema-specific data masks.
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