# Swagger 2.0 Examples

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Here are some examples on common use cases for Swagger.

You need to define attribute "enum" for the parameter in question, for example:

{
...
"parameters": [
{
"in": "path",
"name": "username",
"type": "string",
"default": "foo",
"enum":["foo","bar","baz"],
"required": true
}
],
...
}


Note that if the "default" option is one of the possible values for the "enum", that option will be the default selected value in the dropdown list (on Swagger UI)

## Response schema

The way your response body will look like

If you have an operation whose response is just an object with an id attribute, something like this:

{
"id": "1c279189-f365-4e7d-b766-74c48eede894"
}


This is how you define it:

{
...
"responses": {
"201": {
"description": "Created",
"schema":{
"type": "object",
"properties":{
"id" :{
"type":"string"
}
}
}
},
"400":{
"description" :"Bad request"
},
"403":{
"description": "Forbidden"
}
}
...
}


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