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Lookup component

Lookup Table component

Component to convert or replace incoming values using a Lookup table


The Lookup From Table Component can be used to convert from different tables that parsed as a CSV.


CSV Table: The CSV is entered on the Credentials page as a list of separated items. Any delimiter is supported. The CSV will be parsed using the first row as a header for each column below it. The CSV must be able to be interpreted as a rectangle, i.e. it cannot be missing values.

For example,


Will parse as

English Abbreviated German
male M männlich
female F weiblich
other O divers
unknown U unbekannt



Will parse correctly as

English Abbreviated German
male M männlich
  F weiblich
unknown U unbekannt

(though this may not be useful), but


will provide a failed result.

The CSV can only be a maximum of 5kB, and if it contains any duplicate values in a given column, it will fail validation.

Technical Notes

The technical notes page gives some technical details about Lookup Table component like changelog.


This component has no trigger functions. This means it will not be accessible to select as a first component during the integration flow design.


Lookup From Table

The lookup from table action takes a table to lookup from, a table to translate to, and an input value to translate. It returns an object in the form {result: value} where the value is the result of the table lookup, if it exists:

Lookup From Table

Input Configuration

  • Emit empty object on unsuccessful lookup: if selected, an empty object {} will be emitted given an unsuccessful lookup where nothing is found. If not selected, an error will be thrown on unsuccessful lookup
  • From this table: the column to translate from
  • To this table: the column to translate to

Expected input metadata

  • Input: the value to translate. Should be selected from the list of available values under Values

Expected output metadata

  • if lookup is successful, an object of the type {"result": "value"} will be emitted
  • if lookup is unsuccessful and emitting empty object, {} will be emitted
  • if lookup is unsuccessful and not emitting an empty object, and error will be emitted

Additional Info

  • Any elements of the CSV that contain the delimiter in them should be wrapped in "double quotes". Any elements of the CSV that contain the delimiter and also quotations should have the quotes backspaced. e.g.
Full Name,First,Last
"Johnson, Dwayne \"The Rock\"",Dwayne,Johnson
  • If you want to mark an element as a string (e.g. “5” or “Some text inside a single element”), you must use ", not ', because ' is considered as an additional character. So in this case: 2 is the same as “2”, but ‘2’ would be equal to “‘2’”.

Known Limitations

  • the CSV has a max size of 5kB
  • the CSV must be able to be parsed as a rectangle
  • the CSV must not contain any duplicates in column values

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