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#1 2010-08-12 09:34:47

litsma
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litsma said:

Re: Getting Started w/ Talend MDM - Community Edition: Demo Content

Tags: [community, demo, MDM]

Hi, Jim..
Thx for providing such demo project that we can follow and learn Teland MDM better!
But I have problems somewhere in the Wiki.
At the "Install the demo material" of Instructions, I dont know how to carry out the step " Right-click on the following jobs and select “Deploy to MDM” ".
Can you guide me please?

Regards,
Jeff

Last edited by litsma (2010-08-12 09:35:36)

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#2 2010-08-19 16:30:15

ctoum
Talend Team


ctoum said:

Re: Getting Started w/ Talend MDM - Community Edition: Demo Content

Jeff,
I moved the section you need to http://talendforge.org/wiki/doku.php?id=mdm:howtos, which is public, and updated the demo page to point to this one instead. Sorry about that!
Thanks & regards

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#3 2010-09-03 12:41:51

davidheaney
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davidheaney said:

Re: Getting Started w/ Talend MDM - Community Edition: Demo Content

Hi.  I am running through the demo on this page also but have come to a problem.  I have followed all the steps up to "Run the Demo" and there has been nothing to suggest anything went wrong.

Now starting from "Run the Demo" section.  Here it says to use the "Browse Records" menu.  After searching and searching for the Browse Records menu I decided that it was on the web interface (http://localhost:8080/talendmdm).  But when I open this page everything is blank.  When I click on the "Actions" tab on the right and fill in the data container and the data model (I pick "product" for each) and click save I get a java nullpointer exception.

What can I do to advance from here?

Thanks,

David.

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#4 2010-09-06 09:49:29

davidheaney
Member
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davidheaney said:

Re: Getting Started w/ Talend MDM - Community Edition: Demo Content

I found my mistake.  I was trying to log in with the username/password admin/talend.  When I log in with user/user I see everything.

Thanks,

David.

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#5 2010-10-27 16:10:13

flung-tung
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flung-tung said:

Re: Getting Started w/ Talend MDM - Community Edition: Demo Content

Hi,

thanks for this demo. I just installed the demo and I try to add or update a record (Product). When I save, I get this message : "Unable to save item 'Product.'Failed to retrieve the before saving status. The record was not saved"

In the joss outpou, I get :

17:05:07,361 ERROR [STDERR] 27 oct. 2010 17:05:07 org.apache.cxf.service.factory.ReflectionServiceFactoryBean buildServiceFromWSDL
INFO: Creating Service {http://talend.org}WSxmlService from WSDL: jar:file:/usr/local/TMDMCE-Server-V4.1.0/jboss-4.2.2.GA/server/default/tmp/deploy/tmp3053078683666316981tom.ear-contents/zz.40.talend.transformer.plugins.ejb.jar!/META-INF/wsdl/tis.wsdl
1

What is the mistake?

Thanks

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#6 2010-11-23 20:07:00

dafonso
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dafonso said:

Re: Getting Started w/ Talend MDM - Community Edition: Demo Content

Can you point the direction to download a zip with DStar Jobs? As far as I've seen Talend Forge repository only contains DataModel and Event Management...

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#7 2010-12-10 13:00:27

jaymce
Talend Team


jaymce said:

Re: Getting Started w/ Talend MDM - Community Edition: Demo Content

Diogo,

at this point we only have the one CE demo as referenced above.  it can be found at:
http://talendforge.org/wiki/doku.php?id=mdmce:demo

we are actively producing further demonstration material, models and processes to get you started and expecct to deliver some new materials soon.

-Jim

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