This rule belongs to the
openapi-v3-codegen-linting ruleset and states that:
To enhance the readability and maintain consistency, it is recommended that the keys defined in the components object's schemas are formatted using PascalCase. PascalCase is a naming convention in which each word in a phrase is capitalized, without spaces or underscores between them. This convention helps to make the keys stand out more clearly and allows for easier identification and understanding of the different components. By adhering to this convention, developers can also avoid potential errors and improve the overall quality of the code.
|Schema component key is not in PascalCase format.
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- Ensure that schema is properly formatted with the first letter of each word capitalized.
- Make sure that the schema does not contain any spaces or underscores.