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Learn how to find a parent node using a node type converter expression

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Summary

Try our new hands-on tutorial to practice using an expression in a node type converter to find the parent of a node via a subscription request.

Content

This 15-minute hands-on tutorial shows you how to identify a node property you can use to calculate the parent of a node in an expression. You create a subscription and then add an expression to a node type converter to logically derive the parent name. Finally, you create and submit a request to test the logic, and sign in as the subscription assignee to view the subscription request results.

Finding a parent node using a node type converter expression

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