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David Milbern (DavidM1397)
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Posted: November 14, 2019
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How to Keep Table Headers when using ReplaceTable (keep column mapping)

Hi- I am using Pega Robotics and am creating a data table by deserializing a json string. I have been using this output and replacing another table which has defined column names- and this table is used many times in the automation. However the problem arises when the first table's columns come in a different order. Since the second table is being overwritten when being replaced, there is no column mapping.

Any suggestions for a more intelligent way to do this? We are expecting the JSON to come in un-ordered fashion.

Should I try to work out of the first table? When trying this, I have a proxy object and not as many options with it.

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