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This schema snippet demonstrates the various validations available for text, numbers and arrays.

  • The simplestringwithmaxandmin property uses minLength and maxLength to constrain the length of the string. This property is also included in the properties listed as required, so a valid value must be entered in the property before it can be saved.

  • The dateWithPattern and urlslug properties demonstrate how to constrain the value entered using a regular expression defined by the pattern keyword. You can find out more about regular expressions in JSON Schema in the JSON Schema documentation.

  • The numbervalidationexample shows how to use the multipleOf keyword, for a number that must be a multiple of 10

  • The stringlistofenums demonstrates how to use an enum to constrain the values that can be added to a list. The uniqueItems keyword is also used to ensure that each value can only be chosen once. This property is also required, so a valid value must be entered before the the content item can be saved. Users have a choice of selecting "none" if the array uses an enum.

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None. This is a self contained schema.

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You can use the validations demonstrated in this schema for your own properties.

Validations example
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"$schema": "",
"$id": "",

"title": "Title",
"description": "Description",

"allOf": [
"$ref": ""

"type": "object",
"properties": {

"simplestringwithmaxandmin": {
"title": "Simple string with maximum length",
"description": "A string that can contain between 4 and 255 characters",
"type": "string",
"minLength": 4,
"maxLength": 255
"datewithpatternvalidation": {
"title": "Date validated with a pattern",
"description": "Creation date (YYYY-MM-DD)",
"type": "string",
"maxLength": 10,
"minLength": 10,
"pattern": "^[0-9]{4}-((0[1-9])|(1[0-2]))-((0[1-9])|([1-2][0-9])|(3[0-1]))$"
"urlslugpatternvalidation": {
"title": "URL slug",
"description": "URL slug (a-z and 0-9)",
"type": "string",
"minLength": 1,
"maxLength": 100,
"pattern": "^[a-z0-9-]+$"
"numbervalidationexample": {
"title": "Number validation example",
"description": "Enter a rating between 10- 100. (must be a multiple of 10)",
"type": "integer",
"minimum": 10,
"maximum": 100,
"multipleOf": 10
"stringlistofenums": {
"title": "Strings defined in enum",
"description": "Choose up to 3 string values",
"type": "array",
"minItems": 0,
"maxItems": 3,
"uniqueItems": true,
"items": {
"type": "string",
"enum": [

"propertyOrder": [],
"required": [

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An example of creating a content item using a content type registered from the validations example schema is shown in the image below.

A content item created from the validations content type