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Does someone know the what mkSchemaDefinitions accomplishes and how it accomplishes it? Lars calls it boilerplate code, but now that I'm having an issue with it I have no idea how to fix it. I'll attach the error message along with my relevant code.

 error:
    • No instance for (Schema.ToSchema MintParams)
        arising from a use of ‘Playground.Schema.endpointsToSchemas’
    • In the expression:
        Playground.Schema.endpointsToSchemas
          @((.\/) (Endpoint "mint" MintParams) (Endpoint "sell" SellParams))
      In an equation for ‘schemas’:
          schemas
            = Playground.Schema.endpointsToSchemas
                @((.\/) (Endpoint "mint" MintParams) (Endpoint "sell" SellParams))
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180 | mkSchemaDefinitions ''RoyaltySchema
type RoyaltySchema =
            Endpoint "mint" MintParams
        .\/ Endpoint "sell" SellParams
mkSchemaDefinitions ''RoyaltySchema
mkKnownCurrencies []
data MintParams = MintParams
    { name :: !TokenName
    , addr :: !Address
    } deriving (Generic, FromJSON, ToJSON, Show)
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  • You should answer your own question rather than simply commenting that you fixed it.
    – gRebel
    Mar 15, 2022 at 3:23

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I was able to fix this issue by adding ToSchema to the deriving statement

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  • Would be good to add the actual statement change as code, not just describe it.
    – gRebel
    Mar 18, 2022 at 3:21

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