JSON.OBJKEYS - Amazon MemoryDB for Redis
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JSON.OBJKEYS

Get key names in the object values at the path.

Syntax

JSON.OBJKEYS <key> [path]
  • key (required) – Redis key of JSON document type

  • path (optional) – a JSON path. Defaults to the root if not provided

Return

If the path is enhanced syntax:

  • Array of array of bulk strings. Each element is an array of keys in a matching object.

  • If a value is not an object, its corresponding return value is empty value.

  • Null if the document key does not exist.

If the path is restricted syntax:

  • Array of bulk strings. Each element is a key name in the object.

  • If multiple objects are selected, the command returns the keys of the first object.

  • WRONGTYPE error if the value at the path is not an object.

  • WRONGTYPE error if the path does not exist.

  • Null if the document key does not exist.

Examples

Enhanced path syntax:

127.0.0.1:6379> JSON.SET k1 $ '{"a":{}, "b":{"a":"a"}, "c":{"a":"a", "b":"bb"}, "d":{"a":1, "b":"b", "c":{"a":3,"b":4}}, "e":1}' OK 127.0.0.1:6379> JSON.OBJKEYS k1 $.* 1) (empty array) 2) 1) "a" 3) 1) "a" 2) "b" 4) 1) "a" 2) "b" 3) "c" 5) (empty array) 127.0.0.1:6379> JSON.OBJKEYS k1 $.d 1) 1) "a" 2) "b" 3) "c"

Restricted path syntax:

127.0.0.1:6379> JSON.SET k1 $ '{"a":{}, "b":{"a":"a"}, "c":{"a":"a", "b":"bb"}, "d":{"a":1, "b":"b", "c":{"a":3,"b":4}}, "e":1}' OK 127.0.0.1:6379> JSON.OBJKEYS k1 .* 1) "a" 127.0.0.1:6379> JSON.OBJKEYS k1 .d 1) "a" 2) "b" 3) "c"