Starting with an XML file and then working backwards… Old school data munging at it’s worst, and the tools/tips that I used.
Creating a XSD schema from XML
In Visual Studio 2015, open the XML file. Find the XML main menu and select Generate XSD.
Creating a JSON schema from XSD
This seems to be a bit of an issue at the moment. There’s an old BizTalk 2013 component that will create a json schema of a sort, but not a Rev4 one.
Unfortunately this seems to be best tackled manually at the moment.
Creating a JSON from XML
Here’s my process if you have the original XML.
Convert XML to JSON. I did this in visual studio using Newtonsoft JsonConvert.
Use JSON Lint/ to Validate and Format. You might also want to pull of any XML header info from the JSON at this point.
Look at the resulting JSON. If you’ve got properties beginning with “@” (they’re XML attributes), then you need to bin these characters off – I found it caused problems later.
Creating a JSON schema from JSON
Verifying a JSON schema against JSON
Creating a Swagger definition file for a Logic App
Creating a XSLT Map for an Azure Integration Account
Have a read about the Enterprise Integration Pack, Install the VS2015 extension https://aka.ms/vsmapsandschemas
Create a Biztalk Integration projects to be created then a Integration Map file which will allow you to visually map items between two XML schema files.
After building this project, an XSLT document is output into the bin folder.
Testing a Logic App HTTP Request Endpoint