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JSON Parse to be read in PowerApps

Hi,

i am struggling with json file.

 

A .json file will be created and looks like below. Amount of IDs in the .json file is not always 3, can be more and less.

 

[{

   "id": "1",

   "name": "Mister Red",

   "rating": "8"

},

{

   "id": "2",

   "name": "Miss Green",

   "rating": "10"

},

{

   "id": "3",

   "name": "Young Brothers",

   "rating": "9"

}]

How can i parse the json so that it can be read as a collection in power apps? Every ID should be in a row.

Do i need a loop in microsoft flow to run it?

 

 

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Re: JSON Parse to be read in PowerApps

John Liu, aka the "Flow Ninja" has a blog post, A Thesis on the Parse JSON action in Microsoft Flow that fully outlines how best to parse and utilize JSON data with your Flows. 

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Re: JSON Parse to be read in PowerApps

Hi @jho 

 

Not sure if you came right with this, the below video might help.

https://youtu.be/DII10gK715I

 

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