Originally Posted by Loki12583
You could just save the json itself and use $json whenever you want to access something.

My JSON script supports saving data to a file via the $JSON()'s toFile suffix. Here's an example of saving the URL's response to a file:
$JSON(name, path/to/file.json).HttpBodyToFile

Then to load that file:
/JSONOpen -f name path/to/file.json

Last edited by FroggieDaFrog; 22/10/20 09:02 PM.

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