How to match ids in an array response

I have a response in which I need to match the id to have 15 in it. So if the id is 30015 it should pass and it should check for each id in the array.

[

    {

        "id": 30015,

        "activationCode": 999999915,

        "duration": -99,

        "dob": 0,

        "alias": 0,

        "reannotationStatus": null,

        "activationDate": 1581346651000,

        "status": "Archived",

        "mobile": 0,

        "wearable": 0

    },

    {

        "id": 1015,

        "activationCode": 111000015,

        "duration": -99,

        "reannotationStatus": null,

        "activationDate": 1594674288000,

        "status": "Archived",

        "mobile": 1597095628,

        "wearable": 0

    },

    {

        "id": 1115,

        "activationCode": 111000115,

        "duration": 3600000,

        "reannotationStatus": null,

        "activationDate": 1597091723000,

        "status": "Active",

        "mobile": 1597095638,

        "wearable": 0

    },

    {

        "id": 1151,

        "activationCode": 111000151,

        "duration": 3600000,

        "reannotationStatus": null,

        "activationDate": 1597091724000,

        "status": "Active",

        "mobile": 1597095643,

        "wearable": 0

    },

    {

        "id": 1158,

        "activationCode": 111000158,

        "duration": 3600000,

        "reannotationStatus": null,

        "activationDate": 1597091724000,

        "status": "Active",

        "mobile": 1597095643,

        "wearable": 0

    }
]

Hey @rajeshnm8

Welcome to the community! :trophy:

Can 15 appear in any part of value? At the start? At the end?

Hello @dannydainton

Great to see you here. I have been using your htmlextra report and its beautiful. Thank you for putting it together.

Regarding your question, Yes 15 can appear anywhere in an id.

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This is quite hacky but might work for what you need:

pm.test("Id includes the number 15", () => {
    _.each(pm.response.json(), (item) => {
        pm.expect(item.id, `${item.id} - does not include 15.`).to.match(/15/g)
    })
})

Someone might have a better and more robust solution though. :smiley:

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That worked like a charm. Thank you for your help and time.

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