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If you have agreed on a json format like for example:

{ "firstName": "Frank","middleName": null,"lastName": "Vestjens"}

Then the json is also valid if the middleName is not mentioned

{ "firstName": "Frank","lastName": "Vestjens"}

But then the sp_parse_json does not know the middleName. Because if I use test.middleName I'll get the error

"Column 'middleName' not found in variable 'test'"

Is there a way to test whether this middleName exists after parsing the json?

asked 15 Sep, 03:22

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(15 Sep, 03:52) Vlad

The build is 6089.

It has nothing to do with the null reference. That's working fine. It's about not having the property in the json.

(15 Sep, 04:04) Frank
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