Good news (I hope)!
I was finally able to make progress on this. On the machine with the fix, I was able to open a diagram created by SSMS 17.9.1 (on a different machine). The same diagram opened with 18.3.1 resulted in a crash.
I’ll do more testing in the next few days and go over all the comments on this page to make sure I capture all the scenarios and make sure they are really fixed.
It’s looking good, I really hope… :)
You can author SSIS projects for ADF v2 in VS 2019 but not ADF v2 native Projects - it's just weird.
228 votesunder review · AdminAzure IaaS Engineering Team (Azure IaaS Engineering Team, Microsoft, Microsoft Azure) responded
This is something that we are evaluating now for a future Azure update.
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Yes, please - it's a none starter when you a small consultancy business. Needs to be a lot cheaper for a small 5-10 user company.
Sorry for the previous confusing status. We are not planning to allow Azure AD B2C users to have access to powerBI. We are however starting work to enable audit data from Azure AD B2C to be surfaced through PowerBI.
How do you plan to support the sharing of data and dashboards from Power BI to users external to your organisation when Power BI is using Direct Query mode against a SSAS Tabular Model?
This is used a lot when larger data sets are required.