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package com.github.fge.jsonschema.examples;
Second example: inline schema addressing

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This example uses the same schema with one difference: the mntent subschema is now referenced via inline addressing using an id.

The schema used for validation is here.

In order to use inline schema addressing, we cannot use the default factory: we must go through a com.github.fge.jsonschema.main.JsonSchemaFactoryBuilder and use a modified com.github.fge.jsonschema.core.load.configuration.LoadingConfiguration to tell that we want to use inline dereferencing.

Apart from these, the files used for validation and validation results are the same as Example1.

public final class Example2
    public static void main(final String... args)
        throws IOExceptionProcessingException
        final JsonNode fstabSchema = Utils.loadResource("/fstab-inline.json");
        final JsonNode good = Utils.loadResource("/fstab-good.json");
        final JsonNode bad = Utils.loadResource("/fstab-bad.json");
        final JsonNode bad2 = Utils.loadResource("/fstab-bad2.json");
        final LoadingConfiguration cfg = LoadingConfiguration.newBuilder()
        final JsonSchemaFactory factory = JsonSchemaFactory.newBuilder()
        final JsonSchema schema = factory.getJsonSchema(fstabSchema);
        ProcessingReport report;
        report = schema.validate(good);
        report = schema.validate(bad);
        report = schema.validate(bad2);
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