This rule belongs to the
apimatic-post-processing-validation ruleset and states that:
If a discriminator is specified for a model, the model must have a corresponding discriminator field/property defined in its fields. If it is found to be missing, a default discriminator field definition will be automatically added.
|Message||Missing discriminator field/property definition has been auto-generated and added to the current type's fields/properties.|
|Broad Category||Global Types/Models|
|Products Impacted||Code Generation, Developer Experience Portal, API Transformer|
- Make sure that if you have a discriminator set for a model, then an explicit discriminator field/property definition is also added in the same model's fields/properties.
- The name of the discriminator property/field must exactly match the name of the discriminator set in the model/type definition.
- Only a string typed discriminator property/field is currently supported.