Configuring Talend Data Preparation after installation - 7.3

Talend Big Data Installation Guide for Linux

Version
7.3
Language
English (United States)
EnrichDitaval
Big Data for Linux
Product
Talend Big Data
Module
Talend Activity Monitoring Console
Talend Administration Center
Talend Artifact Repository
Talend CommandLine
Talend Data Preparation
Talend Data Stewardship
Talend Identity and Access Management
Talend Installer
Talend JobServer
Talend Log Server
Talend Runtime
Talend Studio
Content
Installation and Upgrade

Procedure

  1. Open the <Data_Preparation_Path>/config/application.properties file and edit the following Talend Data Preparation properties:
    Field Action
    public.ip Enter the hostname you want to use to access Talend Data Preparation.
    server.port Enter the port you want to use for Talend Data Preparation user interface.
    iam.ip Enter the URL to your Talend Identity and Access Management instance.
    security.oauth2.client.clientId Enter the Talend Identity and Access Management OIDC client identifier.
    security.oauth2.client.clientSecret Enter the Talend Identity and Access Management OIDC client password.
    iam.scim.url Make sure that Talend Identity and Access Management port is correct.
    app.products[0].id=TDS

    app.products[0].name=Data Stewardship

    app.products[0].url=<place_your_tds_url_here>

    Enter the URL to your Talend Data Stewardship instance.

    All the passwords entered in the properties file are encrypted when you start your Talend Data Preparation instance.

  2. Update the following fields with your MongoDB settings:
    Field Description
    mongodb.host Host name of your MongoDB instance
    mongodb.port Port number of your MongoDB instance
    mongodb.database Name of the database on which Talend Data Preparation is connected, dataprep by default. The database is created when you first launch Talend Data Preparation.
    mongodb.user Username used to connect to the database
    mongodb.password Password used to connect to the database
  3. To enable the interaction between Talend Data Preparation and the Components Catalog service, edit the following line with your Components Catalog server host and port:
    tcomp.server.url=http://<tcomp_host>:<tcomp_port>/tcomp
  4. To enable the app switcher after installing Talend Data Preparation and Talend Data Stewardship, uncomment the following lines and add the URL to your Talend Data Stewardship instance:
    app.products[0].id=TDS
    app.products[0].name=Data Stewardship
    app.products[0].url=<place_your_tds_url_here>

    You must also add the URL to your Talend Data Preparation instance to the configuration file for Talend Data Stewardship. For more information, see the section about configuring Talend Data Stewardship after installation.

  5. By default, audit logs are enabled. You must specify the correct appender.http.url parameter in the audit.properties file, or disable audit logs. For more information, see Enabling and configuring audit capabilities in Talend Data Preparation.
  6. To enable to use of the Streams Runner with Talend Data Preparation, set the streams.enable property as true.
  7. To configure the access to the Streams Runner, edit the following fields:
    Field Description
    streams.flow.runner.url Enter the URL to your Streams Runner. The URL has the following syntax: http://<local_machine_IP>:<Big_data_preparation_port>/
    streams.kerberos.principal Enter your Kerberos principal.
    streams.kerberos.keytab_path Enter the path to your Kerberos keytab file.
    streams.hdfs.server.url You can optionally set a default URL to be displayed in the input and output Path fields, when working with HDFS datasets, in Talend Data Preparation.
    The <Data_Preparation_Path>/config/tuning.properties file contains additional parameters for more advanced tuning. Make sure the parameters in this file match the sizing of your cluster.
  8. To enable the semantic types, edit the following lines: dataquality.semantic.list.enable=true and dataquality.server.url=http://<local machine ip>:8187/.
  9. Execute the start.sh file to start your Talend Data Preparation instance.