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In recent posts I’ve been focusing on Azure Data Factory. Today I’d like to talk about using a Stored Procedure as a sink or target within Azure Data Factory’s (ADF) copy activity.
Most times when I use copy activity, I’m taking data from a source and doing a straight copy, normally into a table in SQL Server for example. But with using a Stored Procedure I can apply some additional processing or logic or add columns to my dataset.
It’s a bit tricky to do, so let me give you a run through:
A little bit tricky but I hope this overview of how to use a Stored Procedure as a sink in Azure Data Factory was helpful. If you have any questions about this, Azure Data Factory or Azure in general, we can help. Click the link below or contact us—our team is here to help you take your business from good to great.
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