Save changes in Azure Data Factory with Git

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Summary

Here is a quick tip. If you regularly work with Azure Data Factory, you may have noticed that you cannot save work in progress changes. This can get very tedious quickly.

To save changes on the go, configure Git repo to. This is quite easy to do.

Create a Data Factory Resource

You can do this in two places, but personally I prefer to setup Git as soon as I create an Azure Data Factory resource.

Once created, you will be prompted to accept the working branch,

Finally, you’ll notice that your working area is the Git repo.

Taking a peak in the repository, you’ll notice new folders and files created:

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