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JSONPath is referred to commonly throughout this documentation. It is a string that is used to select objects at a number of points within the flow. A query is run on a JSON object and will return the first match.

More details can be found here:

Query examples

This example shows a potential object which could be selected by JSONPath. The following examples show a selector and the object which would be resolved by the Flow when performing the query.

Root object

Returns the value of the whole object.


Returns the value of the foo property on the root object.

Nested property

Returns the value of bar on the foo property of the root object.

Non-existent property

Returns the value of the bar property on the root object. The root object does not contain that property so nothing is matched.