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Your solution is findfine! If you like to see alternatives, my suggestion is just cp!

I presume you want to copy just "item.json" files and that you can have other contents not to be copied.

cd path; cp --parents */item.json ../new

Your solution is find! If you like to see alternatives, my suggestion is just cp!

I presume you want to copy just "item.json" files and that you can have other contents not to be copied.

cd path; cp --parents */item.json ../new

Your solution is fine! If you like to see alternatives, my suggestion is just cp!

I presume you want to copy just "item.json" files and that you can have other contents not to be copied.

cd path; cp --parents */item.json ../new
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Your solution is find! If you like to see alternatives, my suggestion is just cp!

I presume you want to copy just "item.json" files and that you can have other contents not to be copied.

cd path; cp --parents */item.json ../new

I presume you want to copy just "item.json" files and that you can have other contents not to be copied.

cd path; cp --parents */item.json ../new

Your solution is find! If you like to see alternatives, my suggestion is just cp!

I presume you want to copy just "item.json" files and that you can have other contents not to be copied.

cd path; cp --parents */item.json ../new
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I presume you want to copy just "item.json" files and that you can have other contents not to be copied.

cd path; cp --parents */item.json ../new