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json parse openactivities node.js

Hello

I am trying to parse the data from OpenActivties SOQL query in javascript
 
SELECT id, CreatedDate, (SELECT Subject, WhoId, IsTask, ActivityDate, Status, Priority, OwnerId, raison_dap__c, description 
FROM OpenActivities) OpenActivities FROM Account
The OpenActivities is returned as json, but when I use JSON.stringify I get back the json data in string format. However, when I parse the data I can't retrieve any values
conn.query(query, function(err, result) {
        if (err) { return console.error(err); }
        console.log("total : " + result.totalSize);
        console.log("fetched : " + result.records.length);
        for (var i=0; i<result.records.length; i++) {
          var record = result.records[i];
          var activity = result.records[i].OpenActivities;
          console.log("Name: " + record.Id);
          console.log("Created Date: " + record.CreatedDate);
          
          console.log("Activity data: " + JSON.stringify(record.OpenActivities));

          JSON.parse(record.OpenActivities, (key,value)=>{

            
             console.log(key);
             console.log(value);
         });

         //or
         var data =  JSON.parse(record.OpenActivities);

         console.log("size: " + data.totalSize); //nothing returned
sample data
Activity data: {"totalSize":2,
				"done":true,
					"records":[
						{"attributes":
							{
							"type":"OpenActivity",
							"url":"/services/data/v39.0/sobjects/OpenActivity/00T0B0zzzzzzzixxxxxxxxx"},
							"Subject":"call",
							"WhoId":null,
							"IsTask":true,
							"ActivityDate":null,
							"Status":"In Progress",
							"Priority":"High",
							"OwnerId":"005000000000",							
							"Description":null},
						{"attributes":
							{
							"type":"OpenActivity",
							......}]}

 
Best Answer chosen by Kevlangdo
KevlangdoKevlangdo
Ok I got it!
if(record.OpenActivities){
        var data =  JSON.parse(JSON.stringify(record.OpenActivities));
        
                 console.log(`test: ${data.totalSize}`);
        
        
                  for(var j=0; j<data.totalSize;j++){
                    var activity = data.records[j];
                    console.log("Name: " + activity.Subject);
                    console.log("Who ID: " + activity.WhoID);
                    console.log("Is Task: " + activity.IsTask);
                    console.log("Activtity Date: " + activity.ActivityDate);

 

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KevlangdoKevlangdo
Ok I got it
 
var data =  JSON.parse(JSON.stringify(record.OpenActivities));
 
for(var j=0; j<data.totalSize;j++){
            var activity = data.records[j];
            console.log("Name: " + activity.Subject);
            console.log("Description: " + activity.Description);
          }

 
KevlangdoKevlangdo
Ok I got it
 
var data =  JSON.parse(JSON.stringify(record.OpenActivities));

         console.log(`test: ${data.totalSize}`);


          for(var j=0; j<data.totalSize;j++){
            var activity = data.records[j];
            console.log("Name: " + activity.Subject);
            console.log("Description: " + activity.Description);
          }

 
KevlangdoKevlangdo
Ok I got it!
if(record.OpenActivities){
        var data =  JSON.parse(JSON.stringify(record.OpenActivities));
        
                 console.log(`test: ${data.totalSize}`);
        
        
                  for(var j=0; j<data.totalSize;j++){
                    var activity = data.records[j];
                    console.log("Name: " + activity.Subject);
                    console.log("Who ID: " + activity.WhoID);
                    console.log("Is Task: " + activity.IsTask);
                    console.log("Activtity Date: " + activity.ActivityDate);

 
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