by Jerome Josephraj
There are several online sites/tools available to find a JSON Path of a JSON Element or a Value. Finding JSON Path is extremely easy using JSONPathFinder.
All you have to do is, paste the sample JSON on the left, JSONPathFinder will structure your JSON and show it on the right. Simply click the element or the value for which you want the JSON Path for.
Following GIF shows how this is done:
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