To create a JDBC connection from scratch, expand Metadata in the Repository tree view, right-click Db
Connections and select Create
connection from the contextual menu to open the database
connection setup wizard.
To centralize database connection parameters you have defined in a Job into a JDBC connection, click the icon in the Basic settings view of the relevant database component with its Property Type set to Built-In to open the database connection setup wizard.To modify an existing JDBC connection, right-click the connection item from the Repository tree view, and select Edit connection to open the connection setup wizard.
Fill in the schema generic information, such as the connection
Name and Description, and then click Next to proceed to define the connection details.
For further information, see the section on defining general properties in Setting up a database connection.
Select JDBC from the
DB Type list.
If the library to be imported isn't
available on your machine, either download and install it using the Modules view or download and store it in a local
Note: Depending on the connection, you may need to import several driver files. For example, when connecting to Google BigQuery, import each jar file extracted from the zip file. For more information, see the procedure to install and use the JDBC driver.
In the Drivers table, add one row to the table by clicking the
- Click the newly added row and click the [...] button to open the Module dialog box where you can import the external library.
If you have
installed the library using the Modules view, select the Platform option and then select the library from
the list, or
- if you have not installed the R2020-10 Studio monthly
update or a later one provided by Talend, select the Detect the module install status button
to validate its installation status.
- if you have installed the R2020-10 Studio monthly
update or a later one provided by Talend, select the Artifact repository (local m2/nexus)
option, enter the search keyword in the Module Name field, click Search Local to search in the local
repository <TalendStudio>\configuration\.m2 or
click Search Remote to search in the remote
artifact repository, then select the library from the list below. The
search keyword can be the partial or full name of the library.
Note that the Search Remote button is available only when the user libraries is set up in Talend Administration Center or Talend Management Console.
- if you have not installed the R2020-10 Studio monthly update or a later one provided by Talend, select the Detect the module install status button to validate its installation status.
If you have stored
the library file in a local directory, select the Install a new module option, and click the [...] button to browse to the library file.
If the MVN URI of the library exists in the file <TalendStudio>\configuration\MavenUriIndex.xml, it is automatically filled in the Default MVN URI field.
- If you have not installed the R2020-10 Studio monthly update or a later one provided by Talend, and if you need to customize the Maven URI of the library, select the Custom MVN URI check box, specify the new URI, and then click the Detect the module install status button to validate its installation status.
- If you have installed the R2020-10 Studio monthly update or a later one provided by Talend, and if the MVN URI of the library is within the jar file, it is automatically detected and filled in the Custom MVN URI field if it is different from the default MVN URI. Select the Custom MVN URI check box if you want to change the custom Maven URI or use the custom Maven URI to install the library. If neither the default MVN URI nor the custom MVN URI exists, the Default MVN URI field is filled with mvn:org.talend.libraries/<jarname>/6.0.0-SNAPSHOT/jar.
Click OK to confirm your changes.
The imported library file is listed in the Drivers table.Note: You can replace or delete the imported library, or import new libraries if needed.