Payloadvalidatinginterceptor schemas property
Stephen Kaufman has in a blog listed all message properties that you can access when you are in a pipeline component.I have recently needed to use some of these properties so I wrote the code below which lists all context properties. Read is how you access the information in the property.Property promotion identifies what should be specifically examined for use by the engine. Distinguished fields are the easiest because they do not require a separate schema for promoted properties.Unfortunately, fields promoted through distinguished fields cannot be used for routing.Schema is basically a contract of your message and defines it.The XML Schema definition (XSD) language defines the structure of an XML instance message, and this is the intended purpose of XSD, such schemas use XSD in a straightforward way.
Schemas can contribute to stereotypes and make it difficult to retain new information that does not conform to our established ideas about the world.
In Piaget's theory, a schema is both the category of knowledge as well as the process of acquiring that knowledge.
He believed that people are constantly adapting to the environment as they take in new information and learn new things.
The use of schemas as a basic concept was first used by a British psychologist named Frederic Bartlett as part of his learning theory.
Bartlett's theory suggested that our understanding of the world is formed by a network of abstract mental structures.