I’m stuck with a bunch of nested nonsense currently when parsing JSON.
As you can see in the image, the JSON contains Columns and each collection inside are the headers/types. Then Rows is a series of collections, within which are nested collections, 1 for each column of each row.
I want to have it so I can have an array of each row, but I’m stuck in how to achieve that in this case. Attached is the JSON I need to re-organise, if anyone can help.
output.json (178.8 KB)
The way I will do this is to use the iterator plus map function to extract data from the Rows collection and then use the aggregator to construct a new array of values only.
Something like this,
blueprint (47).json (194.2 KB)
But, I don’t think this is an optimal solution as the operation cost for this is really high. There might be a way to do this via map function only or use a double iterator and aggregrator, I need to test that out.
Thanks, that is basically what I need. Is it possible to map the corresponding value names as the labels in this array (taking the names from the Columns array)