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CHAPTER 1 Data integration and Talend Open Studio
1.1 Data analytics
1.2 Operational integration
1.3 Execution monitoring
CHAPTER 2 Getting started with Talend Open Studio
Important concepts in Talend Open Studio
2.1 Important concepts in Talend Open Studio
2.2 Launching Talend Open Studio
2.2.1 Accessing one or multiple Repositories
How to connect to a local repository
2.2.2 Setting up a project in the Repository
2.3 Working with different workspace directories
2.3.1 Creating a new workspace directory
2.3.2 Connecting to a different workspace directory
2.4 Working with projects
2.4.1 How to create a project
2.4.2 How to import the Demo project
2.4.3 How to import a project
2.4.4 How to open a project
2.4.5 How to delete a project
2.4.6 How to export a project
2.5 Describing the GUI
2.5.1 Toolbar and Menus
Quick access toolbar
2.5.2 Repository tree view
Business Models
Job Designs
SQL Templates
Recycle bin
2.5.3 Design workspace
2.5.4 Palette
Personalizing the Palette layout
Using the Palette
2.5.5 Configuration tab system
Job view
Component view
Run Job view
Error Log
Modules view
Open Scheduler view
Talend Exchange view
Managing installed components
Problems view
Job Hierarchy view
Properties view
2.5.6 Outline and Code Summary panel
Code viewer
2.6 Setting Talend Open Studio preferences
2.6.1 Perl/Java Interpreter path
2.6.2 External or User components
2.6.3 Language preferences
2.6.4 Debug and job execution preferences
2.6.5 Designer preferences
2.6.6 Adding code by default
2.6.7 Performance preferences
2.6.8 Documentation preferences
2.6.9 SQL Builder preferences
2.6.10 Schema preferences
2.6.11 Libraries preferences
2.6.12 Type conversion
2.7 Customizing project settings
2.7.1 Palette Settings
2.7.2 Version management
2.7.3 Job Settings
2.7.4 Stats & Logs
2.7.5 Context settings
2.7.6 Project Settings use
2.7.7 Status settings
2.7.8 Security settings
2.8 Migration tasks
3.1 Objectives
3.2 Opening or creating a business model
3.2.1Opening a business model
3.2.2Creating a business model
3.3 Modeling a Business Model
3.3.2 Connecting shapes
3.3.3 Commenting and arranging a model
Adding a note or free text
Arranging the model view
3.3.4 Business Models
Appearance tab
Rulers and Grid tab
Assignment tab
3.4 Assigning Repository elements to a Business Model
3.5 Editing a business model
3.5.1 Renaming a business model
3.5.2 Copying and pasting a business model
3.5.3 Moving a business model
Saving a Business Model
3.5.4 Deleting a business model
3.6 Saving a Business Model
4.1 Objectives
4.2 Opening or Creating a Job
4.2.1 Opening a Job
4.2.2 Creating a Job
4.3 Getting started with a Job Design
4.3.1 Showing, hiding and moving the Palette
4.3.2 Click & drop components from the Palette
4.3.3 Drop components from the Metadata node
4.3.4 Adding Notes to a Job design
4.3.5 Changing panels position
4.3.6 Warnings and errors on components
4.3.7 Managing Job versions
4.4 Connecting components together
4.4.1 Connection types
Row connection
Iterate connection
Trigger connections
Link connection
4.4.2 Multiple Input/Output
4.4.3 Error icons on Jobs
4.4.4 Subjob colored highlight
Formatting subjobs
Collapsing the subjobs
Removing the subjob background color
4.4.5 Prejob and postjob parts
4.5 Defining the component properties
4.5.1 Basic Settings tab
Setting a built-in schema
Setting a Repository schema
Setting a field dynamically (Ctrl+Space bar)
4.5.2 Advanced settings tab
Measuring data flows
4.5.3 Dynamic settings tab
4.5.4 View tab
4.5.5 Documentation tab
4.6 Defining the Start component
4.7 Using SQL Templates
Defining Metadata items
4.8 Defining Metadata items
4.9.1 tMap operation overview
4.9.2 tMap interface
4.9.3 Setting the input flow in the Map Editor
Filling in Input tables with a schema
Explicit Join
Inner join
• Filtering an input flow (java) on page 100
All rows (java)
Filtering an input flow (java)
Removing input entries from table
4.9.4 Mapping variables
Accessing global or context variables
Removing variables
4.9.5 Mapping the Output setting
Building complex expressions
Inner Join Rejection
Removing Output entries
4.9.6 Expression editor
4.9.7 Schema editor
4.9.8 Solving memory limitation issues in tMap use
4.9.9 Handling lookups
4.10 Writing code using the Expression Builder
4.11 Sharing a database connection
4.12 Creating queries using SQLBuilder
4.12.1 Database structure comparison
4.12.2 Building a query
4.12.3 Storing a query in the Repository
4.13 Defining Contexts and variables
4.13.1 Using variables in a Job
• Defining variables on the Contexts view on page 117
4.13.2 Defining variables on the Contexts view
Variables tab
Values as tree tab
Values as table tab
4.13.3 Configuring contexts
Creating a context
Renaming or editing a context
4.13.4 Defining variables from the Component view
Short creation of context variables
4.13.5 Storing contexts in the Repository
Creating a context group
Creating a context from a Metadata
4.13.6 Running a Job in selected context
4.14 Running a Job
4.14.1 Running in normal mode
Displaying Statistics
Displaying Traces
Displaying the execution time and other options
4.14.2 Running in debug mode
4.15 Managing Metadata and Context updates
4.15.1 Updating all Jobs automatically
4.15.2 Managing dependencies
Activating/Disabling a Job or sub-job
4.16 Activating/Disabling a Job or sub-job
4.16.1 Disabling a Start component
4.16.2 Disabling a non-Start component
4.17 Saving or exporting your jobs
4.17.1 Saving a Job
4.17.2 Exporting Job scripts
4.18 Documenting a Job
4.18.1 Generating HTML documentation
4.18.2 Updating the documentation on the spot
4.19 Searching a Job in the Repository
4.20 Defining options on the Job view
4.20.1 Automating statistics & logs use
4.20.2 Extra features
4.21 Customizing the Palette
4.22 Shortcuts and aliases
5.1 Objectives
5.2 Setting up a DB connection
5.2.1 Step 1: general properties
5.2.2 Step 2: connection
5.2.3 Step 3: table upload
5.2.4 Step 4: schema definition
5.3 Setting up a JDBC schema
5.3.1 Step 1: general properties
5.3.2 Step 2: connection
5.3.3 Step 3: table upload
5.3.4 Step 4: schema definition
5.4 Setting up a SAS connection
5.4.1 Prerequisites
5.4.2 Step 1: General properties
5.4.3 Step 2: Connection
5.5 Setting up a File Delimited schema
5.5.1 Step 1: general properties
5.5.2 Step 2: file upload
5.5.3 Step 3: schema definition
5.5.4 Step 4: final schema
5.6 Setting up a File Positional schema
5.6.1 Step 1: general properties
5.6.2 Step 2: connection and file upload
5.6.3 Step 3: schema refining
5.6.4 Step 4: final schema
5.7 Setting up a File Regex schema
5.7.1 Step 1: general properties
5.7.2 Step 2: file upload
5.7.3 Step 3: schema definition
5.7.4 Step 4: final schema
5.8 Setting up a File XML schema
5.8.1 Step 1: general properties
5.8.2 Step 2: file upload
5.8.3 Step 3: schema definition
5.8.4 Step 4: final schema
5.9 Setting up a File Excel schema
5.9.1 Step 1: general properties
5.9.2 Step 2: file upload
5.9.3 Step 3: schema refining
5.9.4 Step 4: final schema
5.10 Setting up a File LDIF schema
5.10.1 Step 1: general properties
5.10.2 Step 2: file upload
5.10.3 Step 3: schema definition
5.10.4 Step 4: final schema
5.11 Setting up an LDAP schema
5.11.1 Step 1: general properties
5.11.2 Step 2: server connection
5.11.3 Step 3: authentication and DN fetching
5.11.4 Step 4: schema definition
5.11.5 Step 5: final schema
5.12 Setting up a Salesforce schema
5.12.1 Step 1: general properties
5.12.2 Step 2: connection to a Salesforce account
5.12.3 Step 3: schema refining
5.12.4 Step 4: final schema
5.13 Setting up a Generic schema
5.13.1 Step 1: general properties
5.13.2 Step 2: schema definition
5.14 Setting up a WSDL schema
5.14.1 Step 1: general properties
5.14.2 Step 2: URI and method definition
5.14.3 Step 3: final schema
5.15 Exporting a Metadata as context
6.1 Importing items
6.2 Exporting job scripts
6.2.1 How to export Jobs in Java
Exporting jobs as Autonomous Job
Exporting Jobs as Webservice
An example of exporting a Job as a Web service
Exporting Jobs as JBoss ESB
6.2.2 How to export jobs in Perl
6.2.3 How to chang context parameters in job scripts
6.3 Exporting items
6.4 Deploying a Job on SpagoBI server
6.4.1 How to create a SpagoBI server entry
6.4.2 How to edit or remove a SpagoBI server entry
6.4.3 How to deploy your jobs on a SpagoBI server
APPENDIX A Theory into practice: Job example
Introducing the scenario
A.1 Introducing the scenario
A.1.1 Input data
A.1.2 Output data
A.1.3 Reference data
A.2 Translating the scenario into a Job
A.2.1 Stage 1: Job creation, input definition, file reading
A.2.2 Stage 2: Mapping and transformations
A.2.3 Stage 3: Reference file definition, re-mapping, inner join mode selection
A.2.4 Stage 4: Output to a MySQL table
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