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JACOBY AERO AVKHOZOV AWNCORP TYLDUM

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Jan Henning Thorsen

NAME

JSON::Validator::Error - JSON::Validator error object

SYNOPSIS

  use JSON::Validator::Error;
  my $err = JSON::Validator::Error->new($path, $message);

DESCRIPTION

JSON::Validator::Error is a class representing validation errors from JSON::Validator.

ATTRIBUTES

details

  my $error     = $error->details(["generic", "generic"]);
  my $error     = $error->details([qw(array type object)]);
  my $error     = $error->details([qw(format date-time Invalid)]);
  my $array_ref = $error->details;

Details about the error:

  1. Often the category of tests that was run. Example values: allOf, anyOf, array, const, enum, format, integer, not, null, number, object, oneOf and string.

  2. Often the test that failed. Example values: additionalItems, additionalProperties, const, enum, maxItems, maxLength, maxProperties, maximum, minItems, minLength. minProperties, minimum, multipleOf, not, null, pattern, required, type and uniqueItems,

  3. The rest of the list contains parameters for the test that failed. It can be a plain human-readable string or numbers indicating things such as max/min values.

message

  my $str = $error->message;

A human readable description of the error. Defaults to being being constructed from "details". See the $MESSAGES variable in the source code for more details.

As an EXPERIMENTAL hack you can localize $JSON::Validator::Error::MESSAGES to get i18n support. Example:

  sub validate_i18n {
    local $JSON::Validator::Error::MESSAGES = {
      allOf => {type => '/allOf Forventet %3 - fikk %4.'},
    };

    my @error_norwegian = $jv->validate({age => 42});
  }

Note that the error messages might contain a mix of English and the local language. Run some tests to see how it looks.

path

  my $str = $error->path;

A JSON pointer to where the error occurred. Defaults to "/".

METHODS

new

  my $error = JSON::Validator::Error->new(\%attributes);
  my $error = JSON::Validator::Error->new($path, \@details);
  my $error = JSON::Validator::Error->new($path, \@details);

Object constructor.

to_string

  my $str = $error->to_string;

Returns the "path" and "message" part as a string: "$path: $message".

OPERATORS

JSON::Validator::Error overloads the following operators:

bool

  my $bool = !!$error;

Always true.

stringify

  my $str = "$error";

Alias for "to_string".

SEE ALSO

JSON::Validator.