I believe you are right.

That's where my brain flatulence kicks in, and is why I am looking for an example.

I can't figure out the d-spec for the IWS wizard's needed service program's out-parm.  Arrays have dim(), which is OK for elements like states and gender but I was hoping to avoid the arrays for the unknown thousands of rows of field data.


On 3/12/2019 7:09 PM, Pete Helgren wrote:
Make it an array of objects then.

"state":["aState":{},"bState":{}....]

Looks like gender could be the same

"gender":["male":{}," female":{},...]

That eliminates a few names with the values being objects containing other values....not familiar with the source so I don't know how practical the approach would be.

Or, maybe I am still missing something....

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