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
This post describes an easy way to check if the column header of a .csv file matches the requirements. You can download the sample HowToCheckCsvHeader.csv and use it to build your own job.
The tHash (tHashInput and tHashOutput) components are very usefull to use in your jobs. Talend does not automatically enable these components for use in jobs. To enable the tHashInput and tHashOutput components perform the following instructions: 1: On the main menu navigate to File –> Edit Project properties 2: Select Designer –> Palette Settings 3: