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- __Ask: __I am trying to find a better solution to not clone 50+ pipelines. Basically, I have about 50+ REST API endpoints: Example:
https://api.example.com/Provider-Info?providerUid=1 https://api.example.com/Provider-Info?providerUid=2 .... https://api.example.com/Provider-Info?providerUid=51 I have created a simple pipeline to test using "Copy data", and it is working: I have source as REST (linked service): I am trying to modify this pipeline so that it dynamically alternates providerUid (from static like I have now). So, data gets pulled from REST API --> Azure SQL Server table. I am trying to alternate providerUid each time and iterate so that data gets inserted into Azure SQL for 50+ times using one pipeline. What is best architecture to make this work?
Here are screenshots: Inside ForaEach --> CopyData: Results: WafaStudios' video gave me a key (@item()): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuWYuHlUwD0
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