How can I extract “SV_4YEVwN5KjncCtVj” from the "zip-filename":"file:///C:/Users/SVC_SN~1/AppData/Local/Temp/sl_pipe_bdca1c58-dd15-403e-9b86-5b6c38102d1b/SV_4YEVwN5KjncCtVj.zip"
and pass it to a JSON Splitter?
(As you found out, using BinaryToDocument is one approach, I’m just offering another for reference)
I can offer a solution that is possible if you’re on the new 4.16 release. Since the JSONParser doesn’t pass through the header from the binary document, you can use a child pipeline to do the parsing and pass the filename as a pipeline parameter that can be referenced anywhere in the child pipeline. This approach is possible in 4.16 since the PipelineExecute snap can now support binary views.
You can switch the type of view by going into the “Views” tab and changing the value under the “Type” column for the given view:
Correct, it would not come through this way. My apologies for not including an image early. My intent was to collect the information earlier in the pipeline, Copy it out to a second branch, then join it back in with a Join or Union, whichever is appropriate for the data.
As @tstack said, there are several ways to do the same thing.