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#26 2013-07-19 15:00:08

miagal
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miagal said:

Re: Writing a component creation tutorial

Hi Frn..
thanks , it works well as required... We are new to talend , hope we learn more and contribute more !

#27 2013-09-10 15:23:18

lady-butterfly
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3 posts

lady-butterfly said:

Re: Writing a component creation tutorial

Hi!

I must say that your tutorial is awesome! I like your way of writing, especially your sense of humor smile
I can hardly wait next parts...

btw. Say hello to your sleepy cat wink

Best regards,
Lady Butterfly

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#28 2014-03-27 22:00:49

jlolling
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3186 posts

jlolling said:

Re: Writing a component creation tutorial

I would prefer if Talend could set free a space in the wiki and we write a tutorial in a wiki. This would allow more developers to contribute to the tutorial.


Talend Certified working for cimt objects AG in Berlin

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#29 2014-04-11 20:01:19

pashworth
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27 posts

pashworth said:

Re: Writing a component creation tutorial

Hi Everyone
These tutorials got me up and running very quickly.
Thanks so much for them.
There is one aspect of component creation that still alludes me ...... Creating a component that multiplies output.

In tutorial 8 it states "there is a specific methodology for them"

However I have not been able to find this written up anywhere on the web.
If anyone can point me in the right direction and get me going I would happily blog on it for everyone.

Thanks in advance

Phil

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#30 2015-01-09 11:35:47

hansut
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hansut said:

Re: Writing a component creation tutorial

Hello,

first of all, I would like to thank Saburo for the great tutorial on the Talend Component creation, I really like it and find it useful.

I have a question related to the part 9 of the tutorial - especially to the filtering of the output rows. I'm trying to implement this in TOS 5.6.1 and my job does not compile, because the row1 and row2 (in my code) are of the same type - row1Struct. The generated code contains these lines:

row1Struct row1 = new row1Struct();
row1Struct row2 = row1;

and later, when my custom component outputs this code:

if (nb_line_tTutorial8processing_1 % 2 == 0) {
  row2 = new row2Struct();
} else {
  row2 = null;
}

it won't compile because row2 is of type row1struct, not row2struct.

I would like to ask for an advice, why does my job behave like this. I've tried to experiment with component XML descriptor - HEADER attributes HAS_CONDITIONAL_OUTPUTS, DATA_AUTO_PROPAGATE and SCHEMA_AUTO_PROPAGATE, but with no success.

Any advice would be appreciated.

Thank you in advance and best regards,
Tomas

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#31 2015-07-07 08:16:34

Aakriti01
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5 posts

Aakriti01 said:

Re: Writing a component creation tutorial

It is nice tutorial.
Yes sure please update more in future.
It will be good for all of us.
Very well done.

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#32 2015-07-13 13:27:41

Sameer khurd
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Sameer khurd said:

Re: Writing a component creation tutorial

what type of components are useful while doing incremental update in mySQL

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