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Suppose that we have a complex manifold $X$, and a line bundle $L$ over $X$. It is known that the line bundles over $X$ are parametrized by their Chern class, the Chern class being the cohomology class of the curvature of a connection on $L$, which must be integral. Thus $L$ admits a connection with curvature $\omega$ iff $[\omega]$ is an integral cohomology class.
My question is this: what if we are interested instead in complex connections on $L$ (connections that are $\mathbb{C}$-linear instead of $\mathbb{R}$-linear)? Given a complex (2,0)-form $\omega$ on $X$, under what circumstances will $L$ admit a complex connection with curvature $\omega$?