I typically suggest business-friendly Schemas names (Component definitions). My current customer explained their Schemas don't have spaces because of DD4T (Java).

  • What causes this in DD4T?
  • What characters are allowed for DD4T schemas?

Also, is this a strict requirement--can they somehow allow spaces in Tridion Schemas?

Update: based on Rogier's answer, my premise was wrong. Let me ask instead, how are Schema names used in DD4T (Java, if there's a different)?

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There is no requirement whatsoever in DD4T java to not allow spaces in schema names. I run many DD4T java projects and all of them have many schemas with spaces in the names.

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  • Ok, so this is likely implementation-specific. I'll change my question to ask how is the Schema name used in DD4T? – Alvin Reyes Jul 3 '15 at 8:43
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    It isn't specifically - its just a String that's exposed in content delivery to be used when you need it. There really is no difference between dd4t and regular tridion here. – Rogier Oudshoorn Jul 3 '15 at 8:47

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