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Deactivating Pipeline Activities in Microsoft Fabric

Koen Verbeeck shows us a convenient action you can perform in Microsoft Fabric pipelines:

A while ago I had a little blog post series about cool stuff in Snowflake. I’m doing a similar series now, but this time for Microsoft Fabric. I’m not going to cover the basic of Fabric, hundreds of bloggers have already done that. I’m going to cover little bits & pieces that I find interesting, that are similar to Snowflake features or something that is an improvement over the “regular” SQL Server or related products.

In this blog post I’m highlighting the fact we can now deactivate activities in a pipeline

Read on to see how you can do this and what the implications of the action are.

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