JsonTreeReader

Description:

Parses JSON into individual Record objects. The Record that is produced will contain all top-level elements of the corresponding JSON Object. The root JSON element can be either a single element or an array of JSON elements, and each element in that array will be treated as a separate record. If the schema that is configured contains a field that is not present in the JSON, a null value will be used. If the JSON contains a field that is not present in the schema, that field will be skipped. See the Usage of the Controller Service for more information and examples.

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Tags:

json, tree, record, reader, parser

Properties:

In the list below, the names of required properties appear in bold. Any other properties (not in bold) are considered optional. The table also indicates any default values, and whether a property supports the NiFi Expression Language.

NameDefault ValueAllowable ValuesDescription
Schema Access Strategyschema-name
  • Use 'Schema Name' Property The name of the Schema to use is specified by the 'Schema Name' Property. The value of this property is used to lookup the Schema in the configured Schema Registry service.
  • Use 'Schema Text' Property The text of the Schema itself is specified by the 'Schema Text' Property. The value of this property must be a valid Avro Schema. If Expression Language is used, the value of the 'Schema Text' property must be valid after substituting the expressions.
  • HWX Schema Reference Attributes The FlowFile contains 3 Attributes that will be used to lookup a Schema from the configured Schema Registry: 'schema.identifier', 'schema.version', and 'schema.protocol.version'
  • HWX Content-Encoded Schema Reference The content of the FlowFile contains a reference to a schema in the Schema Registry service. The reference is encoded as a single byte indicating the 'protocol version', followed by 8 bytes indicating the schema identifier, and finally 4 bytes indicating the schema version, as per the Hortonworks Schema Registry serializers and deserializers, found at https://github.com/hortonworks/registry
  • Confluent Content-Encoded Schema Reference The content of the FlowFile contains a reference to a schema in the Schema Registry service. The reference is encoded as a single 'Magic Byte' followed by 4 bytes representing the identifier of the schema, as outlined at http://docs.confluent.io/current/schema-registry/docs/serializer-formatter.html. This is based on version 3.2.x of the Confluent Schema Registry.
Specifies how to obtain the schema that is to be used for interpreting the data.
Schema RegistryController Service API:
SchemaRegistry
Implementations: HortonworksSchemaRegistry
AvroSchemaRegistry
ConfluentSchemaRegistry
Specifies the Controller Service to use for the Schema Registry
Schema Name${schema.name}Specifies the name of the schema to lookup in the Schema Registry property
Supports Expression Language: true
Schema Text${avro.schema}The text of an Avro-formatted Schema
Supports Expression Language: true
Date FormatSpecifies the format to use when reading/writing Date fields. If not specified, Date fields will be assumed to be number of milliseconds since epoch (Midnight, Jan 1, 1970 GMT). If specified, the value must match the Java Simple Date Format (for example, MM/dd/yyyy for a two-digit month, followed by a two-digit day, followed by a four-digit year, all separated by '/' characters, as in 01/01/2017).
Time FormatSpecifies the format to use when reading/writing Time fields. If not specified, Time fields will be assumed to be number of milliseconds since epoch (Midnight, Jan 1, 1970 GMT). If specified, the value must match the Java Simple Date Format (for example, HH:mm:ss for a two-digit hour in 24-hour format, followed by a two-digit minute, followed by a two-digit second, all separated by ':' characters, as in 18:04:15).
Timestamp FormatSpecifies the format to use when reading/writing Timestamp fields. If not specified, Timestamp fields will be assumed to be number of milliseconds since epoch (Midnight, Jan 1, 1970 GMT). If specified, the value must match the Java Simple Date Format (for example, MM/dd/yyyy HH:mm:ss for a two-digit month, followed by a two-digit day, followed by a four-digit year, all separated by '/' characters; and then followed by a two-digit hour in 24-hour format, followed by a two-digit minute, followed by a two-digit second, all separated by ':' characters, as in 01/01/2017 18:04:15).

State management:

This component does not store state.

Restricted:

This component is not restricted.

See Also:

JsonPathReader