Creating the Job - Cloud - 8.0

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Data Governance > Third-party systems > NoSQL components > Neo4j components
Data Quality and Preparation > Third-party systems > NoSQL components > Neo4j components
Design and Development > Third-party systems > NoSQL components > Neo4j components
Last publication date
2024-02-20

Before you begin

This scenario assumes that you have a user account to log into the Neo4jv4 database and the Neo4jv4 database runs properly.

Procedure

  1. Launch Talend Studio and create an empty Job.
  2. Drag these components from the Palette and drop them in the design workspace: one tNeo4jv4Connection component, two tNeo4jv4Row components, one tParallelize component, two tFixedFlowInput components, two tMap components, and two tNeo4jv4Output components.
  3. Connect the components in the way shown in the above figure.
    • You can also place a component in the design workspace by clicking any empty area in the design workspace, entering a part of the name or the full name of the component, selecting the component from the context menu, and then double-clicking the component or pressing Enter.
    • To connect two components using a row (Main) connection, right-click the first component, select Row > Main from the context menu, and click the second component.
    • To connect two components using a OnSubjobOk connection, right-click the first component, select Trigger > On Subjob Ok, and click the second component.
    • To connect two components using a OnComponentOk connection, right-click the first component, select Trigger > On Component Ok, and click the second component.
    • To connect a component to the tParallelize component using a Parallelize connection, right-click the tParallelize component, select Trigger > Parallelize, and click the second component.
    • To connect a component to the tParallelize component using a Synchronize connection, right-click the tParallelize component, select Trigger > Synchronize, and click the second component.
    • A component in the design workspace is assigned a unique label. To assign a custom label to a component, select the component, switch to the View view, and enter the custom label in the Label format field.
    Note: In this scenario, a component is referenced using its label shown in the above figure.