This rule belongs to the
raml-validation ruleset and states that:
When multiple inheritance is used i.e. a sequence of types are passed to the
type property, all types involved must have a common base/primitive type. This means that it is not allowed to inherit from different kind of primitive types, for example
[ number, string ].
|Message||Types involved in multiple inheritance have different base types.|
|Products Impacted||API Transformer, Code Generation, Developer Experience Portal|
- Ensure that each type involved in the
typelist has the same base primitive type e.g. number, string, object, array, boolean etc.
- If a type is a number and another is object or string, they cannot be used together for the purpose of multiple inheritance.
- Decide one base type that you want to inherit from then remove all types from the
typelist that introduce a different set of base types.