This module contains helper functions for working with arrays. In this tutorial will cover the most common DataWeave functions you will need to work with Arrays.
DataWeave 2.0 makes it easier to define an array with a range (“<start-index> to <end-index>”). The above expression will set the value from 1 to 15 ([1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15]) as an array for variable named “range”.
- We will start with a brief review of filter, used to remove items from an Array based on some criteria.
- We’ll then discuss map, which is used to transform every item in an Array into something else.
- We’ll follow up with distinctBy, and groupBy, which can be used to eliminate duplicates in an Array and group like-kind items together, respectively.
- We’ll finish with reduce. reduce is unlike the other functions because of how general-purpose it is.
|countBy||Counts the elements in an array that return |
|divideBy||Breaks up an array into sub-arrays that contain the specified number of elements.|
|drop||Drops the first |
|dropWhile||Drops elements from the array while the condition is met but stops the selection process when it reaches an element that fails to satisfy the condition.|
|firstWith||Returns the first element that satisfies the condition, or returns |
|indexOf||Returns the index of the first occurrence of an element within the array. If the value is not found, the function returns |
|indexWhere||Returns the index of the first occurrence of an element that matches a condition within the array. If no element matches the condition, the function returns |
|join||Joins two arrays of objects by a given ID criteria.|
|leftJoin||Joins two arrays of objects by a given ID criteria.|
|outerJoin||Joins two array of objects by a given |
|partition||Separates the array into the elements that satisfy the condition from those that do not.|
|slice||Selects the interval of elements that satisfy the condition: |
|splitAt||Splits an array into two at a given position.|
|splitWhere||Splits an array into two at the first position where the condition is met.|
|sumBy||Returns the sum of the values of the elements in an array.|
|take||Selects the first |
|takeWhile||Selects elements from the array while the condition is met but stops the selection process when it reaches an element that fails to satisfy the condition.|
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