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retrieving json from url and dumping into table.

Posted on 2014-02-06
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I have API from 3rd party which feeds me data in JSON format.

Ideally, I would like to dump the data into an oracle table. or possibly various tables.

Does anyone have any info on doing this??

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easiest method is probably to convert json to xml then use Oracle's xml parsing functions to pull out the fields.

There are java and pl/sql tools for doing json conversion and parsing.
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The API I am working with has xml option.

your answer set me on a good path.

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