I have an enricher that holds a Database select call. I didn't know that when I referred to the payload in the source field (a) that it's actually different than the payload in the target field (b).
Should be noted that when using the same fields on the Advanced tab for the Database (db:select) element that this is not true. The payload in the source, as far as I can tell, is the initial payload that came into the element. With that being the case, I have no idea how I would use those fields to capture the results and apply them to my variables. If you don't use the enricher the payload get's changed to the output of the DB results.
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