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The purpose of this repository is to provides tools for producing JSON Schema documents for validating OData JSON request and response bodies.
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Further Description of this Repository
examples folder contains example OData CSDL XML ($metadata) files, JSON Schema documents produced from these OData CDSL XML files, and example OData JSON response bodies that can be validated with the produced JSON Schema documents.