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    1 comment  ·  Data Factory  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Your best option is to manage all the data factory code through a Visual Studio project. That way if you accidentally delete something you can just redeploy it from source. This should be achievable for free with Visual Studio Community Edition and the Data Factory SDKs

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    Brynn Borton commented  · 

    Hi Sahaj This is a big priority for me to make this usable in a production scenario for clients. In general you do not have control over source files you are loading, for example I am dealing with large extracts of web analytics data from Omniture. Without this feature my only other option seems to be parse each individual file separately to remove any escaped double quotes. Which kind of defeats the point of PolyBase as I may as well load it directly into the warehouse while parsing. I am dealing with around 5GB of data an hour. Adding what on the surface seems to me to be a fairly simple fix would add a massive amount to the overall product offering.

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