Workaround: How to create ADF data flows with Azure Data Explorer

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Azure Data Factory Mapping data flows are visually designed data transformations in Azure Data Factory. Data flows allow data engineers to develop graphical data transformation logic without writing code. Support Azure Data Explorer can be done (till it will be supported as one of the destinations ) in the following steps 

1. Define mapping data flow

2. Export the data into Azure Blob 

3. Define Event Grid or ADF Copy Activity to ingest the data to Azure Data Explorer 




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  4. Query explorer
  5. Azure Portal
  6. User Voice
  7. Cost Estimator
  8. ADX End to End Lab

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