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Topic Title: JSON Decode
Topic Summary: creates a "structure" upon decode and works great, but ...
Created On: 03/31/2017 10:21 AM
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ScottFinkle
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... I'm looping making repeated calls to JSON Decode to the same "structure" and I'm receiving the error:

JSON failed (Error: Variable or function "json_HTTP_Response" already exists)

AutoMate typically handles this sort of thing pretty well in the past which is to say if you performed an operation that created a dataset, you could perform the same operation again creating the same dataset and it would just be overwritten. JSON Decode appears to work differently.

Does anyone know how I "release" a "structure" so I can make repeated JSON Decode requests?
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