What's new in R2020-12 - Cloud

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Big Data: new features



Support of Databricks 6.4 Databricks 6.4 is now supported on AWS.
Key pair authentication for Snowflake components in Spark Batch Jobs The following Snowflake components now support key pair authentication method:
  • tSnowflakeInput
  • tSnowflakeOutput
  • tSnowflakeConfiguration
To use the key pair authentication method, you must set the key pair authentication data in the Basic settings view of the tSetKeystore component.
New option to choose between RDD and DS

In 7.3, you can now choose whether you want to use DS (Dataset) or not when running Spark Batch Jobs.

Following the APIs migration of components from RDD (Resilient Distributed Dataset) to DS, some behavioral differences may appear in your Jobs depending on the API used by the components. This new option allows you to ensure the backwards compatibility between Jobs created before 7.3 and Jobs created in 7.3, and also to avoid errors with ISO configurations due to behavioral differences between RDD and DS.
Note: Newly created Jobs in 7.3 use DS and imported Jobs from 7.3 or earlier use RDD by default.

Data Integration: new features



Look and feel change The arrow icons across connections between components have changed.
Git remote branches list enhancement A new item > Click for more remote branches ... is added in the drop-down menu of the Repository tree view, which allows you to search and select a remote branch or a tag in a dialog box.
Git conflict resolution enhancement Talend Studio now supports comparing the conflicted items for the following types of metadata connection in EMF compare editor:
  • Azure
  • CosmosDB
  • Couchbase
  • Neo4jv4
  • NetSuite
  • RabbitMQ
  • Workday
tELTTeradataMap enhancement

The ELT Map editor of the tELTTeradataMap component now provides a new dialog box Property Settings, which contains two options:

  • Delimited identifiers: With this check box selected, double quotes will be added for all output column names to support delimited identifiers.
  • Use alias in output table: With this check box selected, aliases will be used for all output columns in the SQL query.

Teradata 17 supported

This release supports Teradata 17.

Google BigQuery components: new authentication mode using an OAuth access token only The tBigQueryBulkExec, tBigQueryInput, tBigQueryOutput and tBigQuerySQLRow components now provide a new OAuth Access Token authentication mode which allows you to authenticate to your project using an OAuth access token.
GS components: new credential type to authenticate using an OAuth access token only

The GS components now provide a new OAuth Access Token credential type which allows you to authenticate to your project using an OAuth access token.

This option is available for the tGSBucketCreate, tGSBucketDelete, tGSBucketExist, tGSBucketList, tGSConnection, tGSCopy, tGSDelete, tGSGet, tGSList and tGSPut components.

The tGSBucketCreate component also provides the ASIA region for bucket creation when selecting this new credential type.

Data Mapper: new features



Optional elements with empty values in XML structures The new Emit empty optional elements on output property in the XML representation allows you to produce optional elements in the output, even when they have empty values.
Beans and routines The location of beans and routines from Talend Studio are now automatically added to the Mapping classpath in new projects. They are also automatically compiled the first time the Test Run feature is used in a session.
Excluding complex elements from XSD imports A new option in the XML Schema import wizard allows you to list complex types to exclude from your structure.
Support for duplicate JSON elements Importing a JSON file with duplicate element names no longer returns an error, the value of the first element is used and the others are ignored.