Category: Talend

When creating a MDM data model, Talend offers you standard constraint possibilities. You can choose whether fields are mandatory or not by setting the minimum and maximum occurrence. You may also set fixed values for a field. Sometimes these options aren’t enough: you also want to use custom validations like email validation and URL validation. To […]

Most of the time when talking about Talend jobs, people think of standard ETL (Extract, Transform, Load). But in some cases there’s the need to check the incoming data before loading them into the target rather than just transforming it. We refer to this process as E-DQ-L (Extract, Data Quality, Load). One of the things […]

In the first part of these entries we discussed how to test your expressions, the importance of optimizing the appearance of a tLogRow component and how to handle windows and views within Talend. This time around, we will be talking about the different ways to get components into your job, how to trace your dataflow […]

This blog contains some convenient tips and tricks that will make working with the open source tool Talend for data integration a lot more efficient. This blogpost will be especially useful for people who are just discovering this amazing tool, yet I am sure that people who have been using it for a while will […]

When developing jobs in Talend, it’s sometimes necessary to run them on different environments. For other business cases, you need to pass values between multiple sub-jobs in a project. To solve this kind of issues, Talend introduced the notion of “contexts”. In this blogpost we elaborate on the usage of contexts for easily switching between […]

A project regarding visual discovery required me to look into the possibilities of reading tweets. During my search for a suitable method to accomplish this, I came across the software Talend Open Studio. This is an open source data integration product which allowed me to fulfil my need to read tweets in a very easy […]