Dealing with code view quotes in an Azure Logic App | JSON

The visual designer in Logic Apps is pretty good, but all too often you need to break out to the code view. For me, this is usually because I want to construct some Json to pass into an Azure Function for processing. What’s not entirely obvious is the correct way in which to deal with double quotes inside the code view. As ever, when I google something and find nothing – I’ll share a blog about the answer was, and this is no exception 🙂

The correct escape characterto use is a backslash.

This snippet shows the final version of what i’m doing. In this case i’m writing the json out to a blob storage (as a debug step), before sending to an azure function for basic JSON validation and then giving the data onward to PowerBi for visualisation.
dealing with quotes in logic app JSON

And here’s the text;
"body": "{\"tweetId\": @{triggerBody()?['TweetId']}, \"tweet\": @{triggerBody()}, \"cogSentiment\": @{body('Detect_Sentiment')}, \"cogKeyPhrases\": @{body('Key_Phrases')}}",

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