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Route by count of element from profile

Question asked by david.konatschnig on May 4, 2016
Latest reply on May 5, 2016 by Sjaak Overgaauw


Hi

I have a business case where i get data from a webservice in JSON Format, which looks like this:

[{

  "ID": "2222",

  "FIRST_NAME": "Mike",

  "LAST_NAME": "Smith",

  "SOMEVALUE": "EWQ"

 

},

{

  "ID": "3333",

  "FIRST_NAME": "Tomas",

  "LAST_NAME": "Muller",

  "SOMEVALUE": "XYZ"

 

},

{

  "ID": "4444",

  "FIRST_NAME": "Frank",

  "LAST_NAME": "Goldman",

  "SOMEVALUE": "VSW"

 

},

{

  "ID": "5555",

  "FIRST_NAME": "Hans",

  "LAST_NAME": "Walter",

  "SOMEVALUE": "EFF"

},

{

  "ID": "3333",

  "FIRST_NAME": "Tomas",

  "LAST_NAME": "Muller",

   "SOMEVALUE": "ABC"

}]

 

 

What i now want to do is find out which of the Employees appends more than one time and then process with this guy (with his ID, i this case 3333)

How can i check wether there are "duplicate" users in the source and process with (only) with them?

I tried different things with the Map and Data Process Shape but couldn't solve the Problem.

Thanks!

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