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Utility JSON To CSV

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This handler makes some assumptions about the format of the JSON structure. It expects an array of objects to be the value of the root of the JSON object. In the example below the root object has a label of "table", this label is arbitrary and unused by the handler. This handler also expects the array of objects to contain only simple objects, not nested arrays or nested objects.


Below is an example of a JSON input string and the corresponding CSV output generated by this handler.

JSON Input { "table" : [ { "a" : "animal", "b" : "boat", "c" : "car" }, { "c" : "cat", "d" : "dog" }, { "e" : "eel" } ] }

CSV Output





Name Description Sample
enable_debug_logging Enable debug logging if the value is set to 'Yes'. No
Name Description Sample
JSON The JSON String to be converted to CSV {"table": [{"a": "1", "b": "2"},{"b": "2", "c": "3"}]}
Name Description
CSV A CSV String that was converted from the given JSON

Utility JSON to CSV V2.1 (2018-07-02)

  • Updated dependencies.rb to skip loading JSON in Task 4 because it is already loaded by default

Utility JSON to CSV V2 (2016-09-27)

  • Updated for new version of CSV in Task 4

Utility JSON to CSV V1 (2010-05-24)

  • Initial version. See README for details.
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