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Hi, I would like to know how can i transfer .json file generated from couchbase database to postgresql

I tried copy command but looks like some of the characters from couchbase json is not recognized by postgres

copy schemaname.tabl ename from 'filename.json'

ERROR: invalid input syntax for type json
DETAIL: Token "H" is invalid.
CONTEXT: JSON data, line 1: ...Description" :[{"description": "Adesso® xxxx xx"H...
COPY autoaddcoupon, line 1, column doc: "{"autoxxxDocKe y":"xxxxxxx/xx/xxxxxxx/xxxxxxxx","xxxx xxxxxx":[{"xxxxxxxType": "C","..."

I have replaced real data with x
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