|Custom regular expression||Simple formatting checks (i.e. allowing commas and periods as decimal places, supporting multiple currency symbols).|
|Validation webhook||Checking data against your database, a third party data source, or writing custom validations in the language of your choice.|
|In-memory code-hook||Creating complex, performant custom validations entirely within OneSchema.|
OneSchema supports custom regex in SQL format which can be selected in the data validations list when creating a new template column.
A validation webhook is a way to use an API endpoint to create a custom validator. OneSchema will pass data to a specified endpoint, and it can be validated against a database, a third party data source, or complex logic checks can be performed. OneSchema simply expects a response of errors and warnings.
Validation webhooks are configured on the template to which they apply. To add a webhook to a template, head to your templates page and click Details on the template you want to edit.
Select add validation hook in the upper right, followed by create hook on the bottom right of the pop-up window.
Then, fill in the relevant fields.
|Validation hook name||The name of your webhook.|
|URL||The url to the endpoint which will receive the webhook call.|
|Template column Keys||The keys of the columns you wish to include with the webhook call. Only selected columns will be sent.|
|Secret Key||An optional token used to authenticate the webhook call.|
|Batch size||The number of rows of data to include in each call.|
To configure your endpoint on the backend, continue with our guide on validation webhooks.
In-memory code-hooks enable custom validation logic to be written within OneSchema's admin portal without the need to configure a backend webhook endpoint. Some example use cases include merging rows, splitting and merging columns, and multi-column uniqueness checks.
These hooks are extremely performant and reduce implementation complexity when compared to validation webhooks, allowing the entire validation process to be handled by OneSchema.
Note that in-memory code-hooks cannot make external calls, so if you need to validate against your database or a third-party source, you'll need to use a validation webhook.
Updated 7 months ago