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I've found several posts similar to this request but nothing that I've been able to utilize to parse the response I get.

If this is even possible, would someone be able to provide me sample code that would help with parsing/deserializing the following string:

{"outputs":{},"tables":[{"columns":["Employee_Key","Plexus_User_No","Employee","User_ID","Status"],"rows":[[123456,5489668,"Smith, John","jsmith","Active"]],"rowLimitExceeded":false}],"transactionNo":"44685"}

What I have tried:

I have tried several solutions as posted here on CodeProject as well as other forums. Being that I have zero understanding of how to accomplish this, I don't want to embarrass myself with the code that I've attempted. I haven't gotten anywhere close to a solution.
Richard MacCutchan 23-Jul-21 15:06pm    
The usual way to parse JSON is that the rows are the classes, and the columns are the properties of those classes. If you want something different you may need to write your own parser. If you copy the JSON string above and use Edit ->PasteSpecial -> Paste JSON as Classes in Visual Studio, you will get the complete structure.

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