Co-Constraints for JSON Content Rules
draft-cordell-jcr-co-constraints-00

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Abstract

JSON Content Rules (JCR) [JCR] provides a powerful, intuitive and concise method for defining the structure of JSON [RFC7159] messages. However, modern JSON usage patterns occasionally mean that JCR alone is not able to capture the required constraints in a satisfactory way. This document describes JCR Co-Constraints (JCRCC) which defines additional JCR directives and annotations that can be added to a JCR ruleset in order to define more detailed constraints on JSON messages.

Authors

Pete Cordell (pete.cordell@codalogic.com)
Andrew Newton (andy@arin.net)

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