This post gives you an overview of the most commonly used Talend system routines, along with use cases. In this post, routines follow the order in which they are displayed in the Repository.
In this "how to" you are going to build a Talend mediation route to consume a message from your ActiveMQ. A mediation route can be used for realtime application integration – providing web services, transforming data, with transactional capability and solid error handling.
ActiveMQ is an open-source, messaging software which can serve as the backbone for an architecture of distributed applications built upon messaging. In this "how to" I'm going to show you how to install the software at your Windows system. I will also show you how to add a simple XML message to the queue.
In some cases you are fortunate that decent test data is available, but unfortunately this is not always the case. Therefore I'm going to show you how you can easily create your own test data. This test data should be good enough for a development phase.
This article shows you how to install the HortonWorks sandox on Oracle’s VM VirtualBox. Hortonworks is a pre-installed Hadoop environment with a lot of associated technologies included. There are a few other player like Cloudera and MapR. If you are interested in the differences between those players and Hortonworks then read experfy.com.
In this “how to” you will see a tMap functionality that makes it a lot easier to debug tMap errors, especially when you are using a lot of data, columns or converts. Before I knew about this functionality I used to spent a lot of time on solving nullpointer exeptions and all kind of convert errors.
I this “how to” i’m going to show you how easy it is to get the longitude and latitude from google maps for you address data. You can use this data for your PowerBi dashboards for example. Before you can start you need to install the tGoogleMapLookup component.
Do you want to add a rowNumber to your output then you really have to read this “how to” and learn how to do it! I needed it to add an order line number to my XML file.
A visitor of TalendHowTo asked me if there’s a way to split a file into seperate files based on a column value without using a subjob. My answer: offcourse there is!
In this “how to” you are going to learn how to build a job that produces a JSON string that can be stored to disk or sent to a REST API, for example. I have used the tJSONDoc components from the Talend Exchange for this “how to” because Talend Open Studio doesn’t provide an easy component