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Recently, I was with a client who was using Azure Logic Apps to trigger an Azure Data Factory pipeline. If you’re using Azure Logic Apps to do this, I’d like to share a tip with you.
For those of you that are using Logic Apps and passing parameters to ADF, the Connector in Logic Apps got an update where you can add a parameter directly using the GUI and no longer need to hard code this in the JSON like we had to do previously.
Let’s jump into the Azure portal to see how this works: (please view video included here to see demo)
We don’t want to use just that parameter, we must give it a Key Value Pair:
You need to do this so that Azure Data Factory knows what you’re passing to it and you can go in and put your dynamic content in for your schedule code. I ran into a few issues with this when I first fired it up, so I hope this tip is helpful to you.
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