tableschema-pydoes what you say it should. However,
goodtables-pydoes the opposite: 2 or more
nullvalues in a field triggers a
validate_row(row, schema)so that I can see if the fix worked or not. Atm it seems like the simplest solution is for me is to basically create a new descriptor that has the single row as the data but that seems inefficient to me? I just wanted to check that I hadn't missed anything or if there is an easier or more efficient way to validate a single row?
schemaproperty of resources, pointing to a JSON Table Schema file hosted elsewhere
pathproperty can also be a URL
fieldsboth in the source and the destination of the foreign key so that should cover compound FKs, unless I missunderstood
We have recently added an external FKs support for
The second example shows how it uses the
country-codes data package as a reference table.