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Managing sources subscription and connection

About this task


  1. When you start up for the first time, you must enter the address and name of the source or sources on which you want to be able to define the parameters. You can subsequently subscribe or unsubscribe sources. To do so, use the options Subscribe or Unsubscribe from the File menu, or click the Source subscribe or Source unsubscribe icons.
  2. Subscribing
    1. After clicking on Source subscribe, the following window is displayed:
      • In Name (Alias), enter a name as desired. Only the / character is forbidden.
      • In IP address, enter the IP address or DNS name of the machine used to install Talend Change Data Capture source engine.
        Information noteNote: Make sure you do not enter the IP address of the source database. The source engine corresponds to the machine where the setup executable was launched.
      • In Source type, select the type of source database you have installed. If you are using an MS Azure SQL source, select SQL Server.
      • The Instance or Server name value must be as follows: servername or servername@instancename. If you are using an MS Azure SQL source, use aliasName@dbName of MS Azure SQL instance. For more details on the alias, refer to section Installing MS Azure SQL source.
      You can find this name into the registry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\GammaSoft\DataDistribution\DD_for_DataBaseType of the computer pointed by the IP address.
      If the computer is a 64-bit version of Windows, the registry value is stored in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\GammasSoft\DataDistribution.
  3. Unsubscribing
    After clicking on Source unsubscribe, the following window is displayed:
  4. Manual subscription management
    You can directly manage the subscriptions using the Source file located in the same directory as DDmanager.exe. This file contains one line for each source with the following syntax:
    1. Select the source types among the following ones:
      • AS/400 IBMi
      • MS SQL Server
      • Oracle
      • PostgreSQL
      • MySQL
      • OpenEdge
      • ODBC
    2. Add an instance value for:
      • SQL Server
      • Oracle
      • PostgreSQL
      • MySQL
      • OpenEdge
                        DEV P150/
                        DEV P800/
                        DEV P720/
                        SFRDEV01 SQLServer INST1/WFRDEV01/SQL Server/SFRDEV01@INST1
                        DEV01 SQL Server/WFRDEV01/SQL Server/WFRDEV01@INST1
                        DEV01 Oracle/WFRDEV01/Oracle/orcl
                        DEV01 OpenEdge/WFRDEV01/OpenEdge/SFRDEV04@db2
                        DEV01 PostgreSQL/WFRDEV01/PostgreSQL/SFRDEV05@gamma
                        DEV01 MySQL/WFRDEV01/MySQL/localhost@mysql
                        DEV01 ODBC/WFRDEV01/ODBC/
                        DEV01 ORCL9/WFRDEV01/Oracle/ORCL9
                        DEV01 orcl_dev2/WFRDEV01/Oracle/orcl_dev2
                        DEV02 ORCL9/WFRDEV02/Oracle/orcl9
                        DEV02 VYSETQA/WFRDEV02/MySQL/wfrdev02@vysetqa
                        DEV02 VYSET/WFRDEV02/MySQL/wfrdev02@vyset
                        DEV02 SQLServer/WFRDEV02/SQL Server/WFRDEV02

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