Extracting the First Element from an Array in ADF

Kevin Feasel

2019-05-01

Cloud, ETL

Rayis Imayev shows how you can find the first element in an array using Azure Data Factory:

A user recently asked me a question on my previous blog post (Setting Variables in Azure Data Factory Pipelines) about possibility extracting the first element of a variable if this variable is set of elements (array).

So as a spoiler alert, before writing a blog post and adding a bit more clarity to the existing Microsoft ADF documentation, here is a quick answer to this question.

You’ll have to click through even for the quick answer.

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