Endpoint Documentation with Allowed Values

Product: PowerShell Universal
Version: 3.8.9

Hello :wave:
I wrote a few endpoints that accept a parameters in a JSON body. Some of the endpoints have a parameter that uses a [ValidateSet()] parameter attribute that looks like:

    # Specifies the ServiceNow Tenant name to logon to.
    [Parameter(Mandatory=$true, HelpMessage="Specifies the ServiceNow Tenant name to logon to.")]

My customers of these endpoints are people comfortable consuming Swagger data.
I have been banging my head against the wall :brick: trying to figure out how to document this using classes in the “Endpoint Documentation” section.

I am not super strong in classes/OoO but I think :slight_smile: what I want is a class that documents an enum of strings with my tenant names. I’ve made sure that my endpoint also includes the necessary and matching info in the .OUTPUTS and .INPUTS sections

I’ve tried:

enum Names {

but this generates open API spec/swagger with an empty schema.

I tried various iterations of

enum Names {

class TenantNames {
   [Names[]] $TenantName

Is this possible? Am I missing something SO OBVIOUS?
An example of what I am trying to emulate is:

    id	integer($int64)
    path	string
    nullable: true
    type	PowerShellUniversal.FolderTypeinteger($int32)
    Array [ 5 ]

The type PowerShellUniversal.FolderTypeinteger($int32) is exactly what I am trying to emulate
I want a ServiceNowTenantList type enum with strings not int32…

I’m thinking to have a class for ServiceNowAuth that accepts a ServiceNowTenantList enum as the TenantName parameter, but I am not sure if I can get there.

Thank you very much. And thank you very much for an awesome product!!!