Updating Talend Studio 8.0.x - Cloud

Talend Cloud Installation Guide for Linux

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Installation and Upgrade
Talend provides monthly updates that contain new features and bug fixes for Talend Studio.

After installing Talend Studio, you can configure how to update it in different ways.

  • To update a single instance of Talend Studio, download and apply the update directly within Talend Studio by setting up an update URL.
  • To test an update before applying it, for example in large projects and for projects in production, follow the best practices and test the update by using a proxy server. You can then apply the update to several Talend Studio instances at once.
  • If you are using Talend CommandLine, you can update it either by setting up an update URL or by manually adding the update file under the installation folder.

If you have installed the 8.0 R2022-07 Studio monthly update or a later one provided by Talend, you can delete the .m2 folder under <Talend-Studio>\configuration\ after applying a Talend Studio monthly update. You must exit Talend Studio before deleting the .m2 folder. This helps you to easily remove the obsolete JAR files affected by Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs).

Note: After deleting the .m2 folder, all the previously installed external modules need to be redownloaded. When building or running a Job or Route for which a required external module is missing, Talend Studio automatically downloads it if you have installed and configured an artifact repository for Talend Studio and if the external module is available in the artifact repository. Otherwise, Talend Studio notifies you about required external modules. For more information, see Installing and configuring an artifact repository for Studio and Installing external modules.

For technical reasons, you cannot uninstall an update. Talend recommends you to follow the best practices described below to test an update first before applying the update to production. These instructions should be read as general guidance.

Warning: All Talend Studio clients connected to the same project must install the same update.