Open Studio for ESB
About this task
Now you will add the third component, a cLog, to log the message exchanges. We will add the component by dragging from the cSetBody component, which serves as an input component to the new one to be added.
Click the cSetBody
component, and drag and drop the arrow icon displayed onto the design
A text field and a component list appear. The component list shows all the components that can be connected with the input component.
To narrow the search, type in the text field the name of the component you
want to add or part of it, or a phrase describing the component's
functionality if you don't know its name, and then double-click the
component of interest, cLog in this
example, on the component list to add it onto the design workspace. The new
component is automatically connected with the input component cSetBody, using a Row > Route connection.
- To use a descriptive phrase as keywords for a fuzzy search, make sure the Also search from Help when performing a component searching check box is selected on the Preferences > Palette Settings view. For more information, see Palette preferences (Talend> Palette Settings).
- Components may not always have a prefix letter in the name. Therefore, as a best practice, you may want to simply specify the main body when searching for a component by its name.