Two approaches that could work, assuming a table of:
a b c
x y z
1 . For each row, join the cells together with a delimiter into a string. Pass a list of these strings into Bubble. Then in Bubble you can address each list item, extract the fields using regex into a list of texts which can be saved to database fields.
Sample with a comma as a delimiter:
[ “a,b,c”, “x,y,z” ]
2 . Pass to Bubble a count of the number of rows, and have an action on the element to retrieve a specific row, where it retrieves a list of texts, each text the cell of a row. This is more robust than using delimiters, but would involve a Bubble workflow loop, which is clumsy and limited.
Sample of retrieving each row separately:
retrieve row 1: [ “a”, “b”, “c” ]
retrieve row 2: [ “x”, “y”, “z” ]