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Hello everyone,


I am doing test-automation.

what I want try to come up with,

it's to read data from a web-application.
then write the data to a json file, if there already exists data in the JSON-file use instead , though I am not sure if this is the most effective way to do it:

please give me suggestions of how to do it easier and more simplified.




my json:



Thank you in advance

regards

xsi
 
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