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Flattening a Mongo Array

I have a Mongo connection that returns data similar to the following: _id : VARCHAR, ticket: \{ status : VARCHAR, recipient : VARCHAR, request_type : VARCHAR \}, stages: \{ supplier: \{ status : VARCHAR, eta : VARCHAR \}, recipient: \{ status : VARCHAR, eta : VARCHAR \}, \} After creating the base view, the ticket and stages return as "Register" when executing the base view. This is in line with the documentation. Is there a way to configure the view to return the data flattened rather than in a "Register"? for example, each value as a seperate column: _id, ticket.status, ticket.recipient, ticket.requesttype, stages.supplier.status, stages.supplier.eta, stages.recipient.status, stages.recipient.eta
14-10-2020 14:01:49 -0400

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Hi, I would use the Tuple Root property to retrieve only the portion of the required document. You can check out the [JSON Source ]( Virtual DataPort guide for more details. This would return only a portion of the document so you could create multiple base views each having the required portion of flattened data and these views could be combined in a single derived view. Alternatively, I would use “Project Subfields of” option in the output tab of the view to flatten the register columns. You could refer to[ Creating Flatten Views]( of the Virtual DataPort guide for more details. Hope this helps!
Denodo Team
15-10-2020 08:09:58 -0400
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