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tom56789
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need to run java before datapipline copy from rest api

hi,

i need to copy data from a rest api over to data lake. before accessing the rest api, i need to execute smal java jar file to extract some info from the result of the jar execution. simple like that:

step1)

result = jar(param1, param2)

string res = result[0]

step2)

call the api with the value of 'res'.

 

question:

how can i make this api call incorporating the variable, and mostly: where do i make that java call?

 

Thank you in advance!

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NandanHegde
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Unfortunately , based on my knowledge ; Data pipelines doesnt support JAVA functionality.

You can integrate Azure function or Azure Batch which supports Java and trigger them via Data pipeline post which you can trigger the Copy activity

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Hi @tom56789 

 

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