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From Andy LoPresto <>
Subject Re: Anything like this been implemented yet?
Date Wed, 28 Mar 2018 21:52:08 GMT
I would also suggest if you want to set a static flow and not have to update data directly
in NiFi, put the JSON strings in a file and use GetFile to read it in, SplitText to split
it into individual lines (flowfiles), and process that way.

Andy LoPresto
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> On Mar 28, 2018, at 2:13 PM, Bryan Bende <> wrote:
> Since it sounds like each query is a JSON document, can you create a
> JSON array of all your queries and put that as the Custom Text of a
> GenerateFlowFile processor?
> Then follow it with SplitJson to split the array into a query per flow
> file, assuming that is what you want.
> Could also use ExecuteScript and enter all the queries as user defined
> properties, then write a small script that loops of the properties and
> produces a flow file for each dynamic property, where the content is
> the value of the property which would be the query string.
> On Wed, Mar 28, 2018 at 5:03 PM, Mike Thomsen <> wrote:
>> More specifically: I know you can do this functionality by chaining other
>> processors or using a bunch of generateflowfiles. What I'm looking for is a
>> one stop way of associating dozens of small queries to one processor and
>> have it batch send them on its own with no backend dependency like a
>> database.
>> On Wed, Mar 28, 2018 at 5:02 PM, Mike Thomsen <>
>> wrote:
>>> I have a client that would benefit from being able to run certain queries
>>> periodically. Like half a dozen or more. Is there any processor where you
>>> can associate a bunch of strings (like JSON) and send them out individually
>>> as flowfiles?
>>> Thanks,
>>> Mike

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