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Editing the JSON of a Microsoft Fabric Pipeline

Dennes Torres makes a change:

A Fabric Pipeline uses JSON as source code. They are also saved in repositories as JSON.

We first idea we get is editing the pipeline in JSON format. We can copy the JSON and create new pipelines with small variations, making changes directly on the JSON.

However, at first sight we get disappointed, because the pipeline doesn’t allow the JSON to be edited. We have the option to view the JSON, but nothing else.

Read on to see how to tell the Fabric pipeline who’s boss.

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