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Laser_Tim_88
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Max Value in JSON Array?

I have a JSON Array and I am curious, What is the simplest way I can return the MAX Value of the "Numbers", but also return the "Batch" associated with it? 

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The output I am looking for or close too is  "Batch 6" : "8"

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Thank you for the suggestion @ChristianAbata , Though I have gone a different route to get my result in PAD. Thank you again.

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ChristianAbata
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hi @Laser_Tim_88  look this Solved: max() value of a column - Power Platform Community (microsoft.com)



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Thank you for the suggestion @ChristianAbata , Though I have gone a different route to get my result in PAD. Thank you again.

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