The attributes available are shown in the figure and described in the section below.
The properties that have to be configured so as to use the policy are described below.
Figure 1: JSON to XML Policy Configuration attributes
|JSON types as attributes|
Whether or not JSON element types should be included as attributes in Output XML.
|Expand Array Name to Child Elements||Enabling this will copy the parent JSONArray name to its child elements during JSON to XML conversion.|
|Root Name||This field is used to set the name of the root for the converted XML. If it is set to null, then this property is ignored.|
|This field is used to set the element name for each object of the array in the converted XML. When an array object in JSON format is converted into XML, each element of the JSON array is split into different XML fields. Each field is assigned an Element Name. If it is set to null, then this property is ignored.|
Various outputs depending on changes to the configuration are given below.