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sandeepgeorge
Microsoft
Microsoft

Kusto query output formatting into email

I am trying to hook up a flow which runs a kusto query and then sends an email to folks.

 

The kusto query has a 2 columns
1. manager alias

2. Data specific to manager

 

I managed to hook up the query + Compose step to extract 'Body' of the kusto query and compose and email with the 'Outputs'. The email I receive is a json output. for example
{"value":[{"L4Manager":"HENRYSA","Source":"Other","count_":1180},{"L4Manager":"ALBERT","Source":"Other","count_":14927}]

 

How do I parse this 'Output' so that 

1. I can send email to the L4Manager alias

2. Is there a way for me to compose the json into a table format similar to how we view results in Kusto explorer?

 

Thanks,

Sandeep

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hi @sandeepgeorge  here is what I do to create a table from your json response.

nofirst.PNGnolast.PNG

No value

replace(string(outputs('Json')),'"value":','')

No fisrt

substring(outputs('NoValue'),2,sub(length(outputs('NoValue')),2))

NoSecond

substring(outputs('NoFirst'),0,sub(length(outputs('NoFirst')),2))

Array

replace(outputs('NoLast'),'","','"},{"')

 

Hope this can help

 



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abm
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Hi @sandeepgeorge 

 

Yes you can use the JSON Parse step to extract the values.

 

Thanks



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abm
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Hi @sandeepgeorge 

 

Here it is

 

image.png

 

The schema is as follows:

 

{
"type": "array",
"items": {
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"L4Manager": {
"type": "string"
},
"Source": {
"type": "string"
},
"count_": {
"type": "integer"
}
},
"required": [
"L4Manager",
"Source",
"count_"
]
}
}
 
Thanks


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hi @sandeepgeorge  here is what I do to create a table from your json response.

nofirst.PNGnolast.PNG

No value

replace(string(outputs('Json')),'"value":','')

No fisrt

substring(outputs('NoValue'),2,sub(length(outputs('NoValue')),2))

NoSecond

substring(outputs('NoFirst'),0,sub(length(outputs('NoFirst')),2))

Array

replace(outputs('NoLast'),'","','"},{"')

 

Hope this can help

 



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