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BimlFlex output uses Parameters at Mapping Data Flow level to integrate with the BimlCatalog and store metadata for use inside the data flow. This post explains how to set this up in Biml.
When working with Biml in any situation, be it using BimlExpress, BimlStudio or BimlFlex, it can be helpful to peek into what is happening in the background. Biml provides logging features to do so.
Data Flow Mappings for Azure Data Factory allow a large degree of parametrization, which is important to strike a good balance between generating dynamic content and managing schema change.
BimlStudio can translate Biml into Data Flow Mappings, and this post looks into the deployment and results in Azure Data Factory.
In this first dev diary post we show the basic Biml syntax to create Data Flow Mappings for Azure Data Factory
In this development blog series, we explain how inline data sources and Delta Lake in particular will be supported in BimlFlex