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Ryand09-9061 asked SaurabhSharma-msft commented

ADF GIt Branch

Hello

I’ve created a new branch of a project in Visual Studio. I pushed the new branch up into GIT and created a pull request which was approved. Back in ADF, I can see the branch, but no activities.

I can see activities in Data factory mode, but when I change to ‘Azure DevOpsGIT’ the activities disappear.

How do I get the activities to show up on the branch

Is there a way to create pull request without branch changes

Thanks in advance
Ron

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Hi @ryand09-9061,

Thanks for using Microsoft Q&A !!
Have you published your changes after the pull request is completed from master/main branch to 'adf_publish' branch.
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Saurabh


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Hello

Thank you for the reply. After the pull request which sends the changes up to Develop branch. I still don’t see any activities in the ADF Develop branch. I can click the Publish button, but nothing seems to happen.

If I change to the branch, I just merged into develop, I still can’t see any activities, but also the Publish button is disabled.

Am I missing something basic here?

Thanks again
Roy.

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@ryand09-9061 Can you please help providing screenshots ?

Thanks
Saurabh

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Ryand09-9061 answered SaurabhSharma-msft commented

Saurabh

Thanks for getting back to me again. We use a slightly deployment process and I've fixed it.


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@ryand09-9061 sure, thanks for the confirmation.

Thanks
Saurabh

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