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Problem:

Data coming from JSON API request & Stored in Variable "$Ticket".
When i export it to CSV using Export-CSV, data not populating in Column format instead coming in Row format for Custom_field & Values.

Code Result Coming in Row Format:
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URL Custom_field Values

https://<url>.com/api/31325.json 45504409, 360000890277, GSL,False,False
,27190369, 38670589,



Expected Result Should be in Columns for (Custom_Field & Values ) to be Exported as CSV.
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URL Custom_field Values

https://<url>/api/v2/tickets/31325.json 45504409 GSL
https://<url>/api/v2/tickets/24422.json 360000890277 False

What I have tried:

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$outputfiles = 'C:\outputfile2.csv'

$tickets | Select-Object URL,  @{Name="custom_fields";Expression={$_.custom_fields.id -join ", "}}, @{Name="Values";Expression={$_.custom_fields.value -join ", "}}` | Export-Csv -Path $outputfiles -NoTypeInformation

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Richard MacCutchan 21-Apr-21 10:08am
   
What is the content of variable $tickets ?
varunchitra 21-Apr-21 10:12am
   
Sending contents of $Tickets

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=1m6GoNgmgqFvOVzr4Lz3-ms2GoZpx2A1d
Richard MacCutchan 21-Apr-21 10:52am
   
Now I get:
"url","custom_fields","Values"
"https://gracesolutions.zendesk.com/api/v2/tickets/31214.json","45504409, 360000890277, 38797525, 45532589, 27190369, 38670589, 27121449, 32184825, 360000047178, 360000049497, 360013303137, 360013303157, 360000047198, 360000047218, 360000047238, 360000047258, 360001139477, 360003405517, 360003398357, 360003378158, 360015502337, 360015502357, 360015502377, 360015502397, 360015503677, 360015502417, 360015565417, 360015507418, 360016229598, 360015502317",", , , , , , triage, , False, False, False, False, 0.000, 0.000, 0.500, 0.000, , , , , , , , , , , , , , "

Richard MacCutchan 21-Apr-21 11:01am
   
I think the issue is that the JSON data is a single element, so when converted it is just one object. So converting a single object to CSV creates just one row.
varunchitra 21-Apr-21 12:13pm
   
I'm sending my full code and output CSV getting from this code.

Please check how to get Custom_fields in each column

Link. https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=1m6GoNgmgqFvOVzr4Lz3-ms2GoZpx2A1d
Richard MacCutchan 21-Apr-21 12:25pm
   
Sorry, I have tried a few different selectors but cannot get what you want.
varunchitra 22-Apr-21 6:19am
   
Looking for solution to above question.

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