The code for my stored procedure is below. It has a single input parameter for a string of JSON data. The name/value pairs of the first “row” of JSON data is parsed to obtain column names and types for the result set. A query string for the OPENJSON function is constructed and executed via EXEC. JSON’s support for data types is pretty sparse compared to SQL Server (notice the big CASE expression where I attempt to do some mapping). If you’re using SQL 2016, you’ll have to make an edit for the STRING_AGG function.
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