For Azure Data Factory, how to check the branch of the triggered pipeline?

Shan Zhou 6 Reputation points
2021-09-03T04:23:32.047+00:00

For our project, a pipeline exists in both master branch and another branch (pre_prod branch).

When we manually triggered (using trigger now button) the pipeline in pre_prod branch, we are able to monitor the run status in Monitor Panel.

The question is: In monitor panel, is there any way to know whether the pipeline is triggered in the master branch or pre_prod branch?

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  1. svijay-MSFT 5,226 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2021-09-06T19:49:09.247+00:00

    Hello ShanZhou-4402

    Welcome to the Microsoft Q&A platform. !

    My understanding is that you'd like to know when branch of the Data factory is run when the manual trigger is run.

    When you click on the Manual Trigger - The version that has been published (Live Mode) to the ADF Service will be run by default. You could click on the pipeline run name to view the activities run.

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    If you would like to know which branch has been triggered manually in the Debug Mode in other development branches.

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    You could make use of the 'Annotations' feature in the Azure Data Factory.

    Step 1 : Go to the necessary branch.

    Step 2 : Click on the properties and click on New Under Annotation & provide a tag.

    Step 3: You could repeat the steps for other branches as well.

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    Go to Monitor Section --> Pipeline Runs --> Debug

    You could filter based on the tag/Annotation to find runs associated with each branch for the runs post this configuration.

    Hope this helps. Do let us know if you any further queries.

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