(since EVL 1.2)
In general not all input fields need to exist in the input JSON, but if they are, then the option ‘--all-fields-exist’ will speed up the processing.
When the input JSON has not the same order of fields as defined in
<evd>, then option
‘--match-fields’ has to be used.
Usually when reading JSON file written by ‘Writejson’, it is good to call ‘Readjson’ with
option ‘-a’, as there are always all fields from
is to be used in EVS job structure definition file.
<f_out>is either output file or flow name.
- evl readjson
is intended for standalone usage, i.e. to be invoked from command line and and write to standard output.
EVD and EVS are EVL definition files, for details see evl-evd(5) and evl-evs(5).
Readjson <f_in> <f_out> (<evd>|-d <inline_evd>) [-a|--all-fields-exist] [-m|--match-fields] [-y|--text-output] evl readjson (<evd>|-d <inline_evd>) [--all-fields-exist] [--match-fields] [-y|--text-output] [-v|--verbose] evl readjson ( --help | --usage | --version )
- -d, --data-definition=<inline_evd>
either this option or the file <evd> must be presented. Example: -d ’user_sum long’
- -a, --all-fields-exist
when the input contain all fields (e.g. output of evl-writejson), then using this option increase the performance
- -m, --match-fields
when field are not in the same order as used in evd, this option must be used
- -y, --text-output
write the output as text, not binary
print this help and exit
print short usage information and exit
- -v, --verbose
print to stderr info/debug messages of the component
print version and exit
In general not all input fields need to exist in the input JSON, but if they are, then the option "–all-fields-exist" will speed up the processing.
When the input JSON has not the same order of fields as defined in "EVD" file, then option "–match-fields" has to be used.
Usually when reading file written by "EVL" component ‘Writejson’, it is good to call "Readjson" with option "-a", as there are always all fields from "EVD".