- Double-click the Talend-Studio-win-x86_64.exe executable to launch your Talend Studio.
In the dialog box that appears, perform one of the following
Note: If you use proxy that requires authentication to connect to Talend Administration Center or Talend Cloud Management Console that uses HTTPs and get the error message
If your license and project have been set in Talend Administration Center and you want to retrieve this license, select the My product license is on a remote server option, select Server URL from the list, enter the server URL and the login credentials, and then click Fetch to retrieve the license.
If your license and project have been set in Talend Cloud Management Console and you want to retrieve this license, select the My product license is on a remote server option, select a Talend Integration Cloud server or Cloud Custom from the list, and then enter the login credentials and click Fetch to retrieve the license.
If you select Cloud Custom, you can edit, if needed, the server URL automatically filled in the Server URL field.
Click My product license is on the local file system to browse and select your license file.
407 proxy authorization required, you need to add the parameter
-Djdk.http.auth.tunneling.disabledSchemeswith the empty value in the corresponding .ini file according to your operating system and relaunch your Talend Studio.
Click Next to launch your Talend Studio.
If you have installed your Talend product via the Talend Installer, see the Launching the Studio for the first time and Logging in to the Studio sections of the Getting Started Guide for more information on how to launch Talend Studio and set up a connection to Talend Administration Center.Tip: If your Talend Studio fails to connect to the remote server, a dialog box is displayed to allow you to:
- Retry connecting to the remote server.
- Modify the connection timeout time to allow more retries. The value 0 means no connection timeout.
If needed, click Cancel to close the dialog box and check your connection details.