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Microsoft Azure Data Lake Storage Gen1 V2 sources in synchronization tasks

When you configure a synchronization task to use a Microsoft Azure Data Lake Storage Gen1 V2 source, you can configure the source properties.
The source properties appear on the Source page of the Synchronization Task wizard when you specify a Microsoft Azure Data Lake Storage Gen1 V2 connection.
The general properties display the name and description of the Microsoft Azure Data Lake Storage Gen1 V2 source. Configure the source properties for the source object.
The following table describes the Microsoft Azure Data Lake Storage Gen1 V2 source properties:
Property
Description
Connection
Name of the connection.
Source Type
Select Single.
Source Object
Source object for the synchronization task. Select the file from which you want to read data.
Formatting Options
Opens the Formatting Options dialog box to define the format of the file.
Configure the following format options:
  • - Delimiter: Delimiter character. You can configure other parameters such as comma, tab, colon, semicolon, or others.
  • - Text Qualifier: Character to qualify text. You can configure other parameters such as single quote or double quote.
  • - Escape: Escape character.
The following table describes the Microsoft Azure Data Lake Storage Gen1 V2 source advance properties:
Property
Description
Directory Path Override
The Microsoft Azure Data Lake Storage Gen1 directory that you use to read data. Default is root directory.
The directory path specified at run time overrides the path specified while creating a connection.
File Name Override
Source object for the synchronization task. Select the file from which you want to read data.
The file specified at run time overrides the file specified in Source Object.
Import Column From First Line
Specifies the read behavior for the header row. You can set the parameter to:
  • - Enabled: the first row is treated as the header row and the first row is skipped at run time.
  • - Disabled: reads the entire file including the header row. Use this option for files that do not have header rows.
Note: During the metadata import, you must have a header row in the source file.