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How to Traverse Within the JSON to Map a Response Key.

This documentation guides you on how to traverse in JSON to map a response key with ==> notation.

When setting up an application in Pabbly Connect, you might need to extract specific information from a JSON response. The ==> notation helps you do that. It's similar to giving directions to find what you need in a JSON file.

So, for example, if you want to find a value called "hash" that's tucked away inside a "secret" within a "webhook", you'd write {{webhook==>secret==>hash}}. This approach streamlines the process of navigating through intricate JSON structures to access specific data points.

Example of JSON Response-
  "id": "4b67ac88-e506-4a29-9d42-26e504e3435e",
  "webhook": {
    "id": "4b67ac88-e506-4a29-9d42-26e504e3435e",
    "userid": 183,
    "health": [
        "status": "active",
        "fail_count": 0
    "secret": {

This is how you can visualize the JSON structure to navigate within it and map a response key from here.


Examples How to Set Response/Parameter Key -
  • To fetch the "id" key from JSON, set to {{id}}.
  • To fetch the "id" inside the "webhook" key from JSON, set to {{webhook==>id}}.
  • To fetch the "hash" inside the "secret" key within the "webhook" key from JSON, set to {{webhook==>secret==>hash}}
  • To fetch the "status" inside the "health" key which is an array within the "webhook" key from JSON, set to {{webhook==>health==>0==>status}}.
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