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Value mapping plugin

This plugin works like a value switch. Unlike if-then and if-then-else statements, the switch statement can have a number of possible execution paths. The statement value is compared to all the defined key values. If it matches the value the corresponding value is returned.


This plugin takes any payload object as input.


This plugin outputs one of values defined in config if it matches its key in the provided set of key-value pairs. If none of the values are equal to statement value null is returned.

Configuration example

Configuration takes a value and a set of data defined in switch property.

  "value": "<statement-value>",
  "switch": {
    "payload@xyz": "value1",
    "key1": "profile@abc",
    "key2": "value2"

Value contains a statement value. It will be compared with all the key values defined in a "switch". In this example: value referenced by "payload@xyz", key1, key2. If statement value is also a reference to value for example profile@id then it will be evaluated first and the referenced value will be used as a statement value.

In the above case, when the field specified in value has the same value as value referenced by payload@xyz, then value1 will be returned. If value is equal to key1, then value from field ** profile@abc** will be returned, etc.

Result example

  "value": "value2"