How to obtain data from heavily nested collections

please do you have any idea, how to get to these data?
The output from Baselinker API is heavily nested collection, simply I need to get two cycles somehow to get both products.(product_id).product_id and products.(product_id).quantity from both products.

Tried almost everything - iterator (doesn’t work since it’s for arrays, not collections, simply iterator doesn’t send the data to the following module), tried also toArray in the iterator, which brought some results, but also not simply accessible by other following modules.
Maybe somehow using map and toArray together? But I always got empty result. Or get?

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Thank you very much

Welcome to the Make community!

You are on the right track by using toArray, because the IDs are dynamic.

Now the iterator will output key and value.value, so you’ll need to manually type them out, like this question I just answered: Converting collection in array into plain text - #4 by samliew

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Hey @Jan_Havlicek your steps to obtain the data is going in the right direction.
If you would use the Iterator and your toArray() function you get all your data in the Values object. This is then easily retrievable in the following modules. The ID would look something like:

{{get(map(70.value; "product_id");1)}}

Take a look at it and see if this helps you out :wink:


Hi Bjorn, it works flawlessly, thank you very much :slight_smile:

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