This chapter deals with the creation and management of the definition of Entity Types using the JSON format. However, it is very important to emphasize a few basic rules of the rules.
- JSON is a text format of object definition and therefore it can be edited in a text editor. To avoid the risk of bad syntax, we recommend using an online JSON editor that checks the syntax ( e.g. jsoneditoronline.org )
- We recommend that attribute names should always be written in lowercase letters and should not contain spaces. You can replace spaces with underscores (e.g. number_of_pieces)
- The Entity Type itself already supports more system languages, and the attribute description is translated through language tags ( ISO 639-1)