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How to convert a JSON string containing map data to a TABLE.
Posted by: Steven Hughes
Date: May 14, 2022 11:35PM

I have a Java program executing mySQL stored procedures. The program is passing a JSON string, e.g. {"1": "classification", "2": "item", "3": "make", "4": "model", "5": "quantity", "6": "category"} and I need to turn it into a two column table. The first column is a number, the second is a value. I can't use PATH syntax as these values will change from execution to execution. How do I convert this string? Thanks, Steven.

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