The Action Orchestrator User Interface is completely driven by schema definitions of object types. For example, Use Interfaces of all adapter objects, including adapters, targets, account keys, activities, and events, are driven by their corresponding schemas. Each object type has its own schema definition. Each object type’s schema includes both data schema and view schema. 

  1. Data Schema: Data schema contains the data attributes of each object type. A database schema is the skeleton structure that represents the logical view of the entire database. It defines how the data is organized and how the relations among them are associated. For example, data schema of a target describes all target configuration property names and data types of those properties.

  2. View Schema: The view schema is used to describe how an object should be rendered properly in an UI. For example, view schema of a target describes how those configuration properties will be rendered on the UI. That is which UI component should be used to render a property, display name of a property, position of a property in UI, which UI section a property belongs to, and so forth.

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