A component used to map source data to target data.
0.0.4 (December 07, 2019)
- Update jsonata-moment to 1.1.4
To see the full changelog please use the following link.
At the moment there are two different languages used to define transformation between input data and result
- Based on handlebars template engine (will be deprecated)
Note: Please do not use Handlebars expression language.
JSONata expression language
Expression language is an essential part of functionality of the integration platform, it is frequently required to fight
syntactical but also semantical data transformation. Mapper uses JSONata expressions to do
complex data transformation. JSONata has many advantages for the use-case:
- Native JSON support for input but also output. Every valid JSON document is by default a JSONata expression.
- Set of build-in functions to do content transformation, e.g. type transformation (stirng to number), string transformation
(splitting, joining, etc.) and even higher-level functions (lambda, map, reduce, etc.)
- Comprehensive selector mechanism allowing you to navigate nested JSON structures, arrays, predicated-based selectors
- Ability to add custom functions, e.g. date parsing or output functions
More information you will find on JSONata website.
How expressions work
In order to generically apply JSONata expressions to the integration platform context we defined following rules:
- Expression is applied to each incoming message one-by-one, possible runtime errors during evaluation will be reported as
errors to the platform. One input message provides one message at the output of the component.
- Root context is message
body. It contains actually data from previous step and, possibly, passthrough data.
This component has no trigger functions. This means it will not be accessible to
select as a first component during the integration flow design.