Hi @Yeh, Joe
Since you were able to turn on debug mode successfully the next day, it's possible that the issue was temporary and has since been resolved. There could be several reasons why you encountered an error when trying to turn on debug mode for your data flow in Azure Data Factory. Here are a few possible reasons:
- Temporary service issue: There could have been a temporary issue with the Azure Data Factory service that caused the error.
- Incorrect data flow configuration: There could be an issue with your data flow configuration that caused the error. For example, there could be a problem with the source or sink transformation, or there could be an issue with the linked service for one of your datasets.
- Network connectivity issues: There could be network connectivity issues that are preventing you from turning on debug mode. Make sure that you have a stable internet connection and that there are no firewall or proxy issues that are blocking your access to the Azure Data Factory service.
I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any further questions.
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