Exchanging the event information about an MDM record - 6.5

MDM event processing

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This scenario applies only to Talend Open Studio for MDM, Talend MDM Platform and Talend Data Fabric.

For more technologies supported by Talend, see Talend components.

In this scenario, a four-component Job is used to exchange the event information about a product record. Using an MDM connection established from the Repository, this Job is called by an eligible trigger once you update an existing product record.

To replicate this scenario, accomplish the following tasks sequentially:

  1. Create an MDM connection of the Receive type in the Repository of the Studio. This connection is to the MDM hub holding the record you want to update.

  2. Create the Job to receive and send the MDM update message.

  3. Generate the trigger to invoke this Job created.

  4. Update a product record.

To create the MDM records, data model and data container used in this scenario, you can execute the Jobs in the MDM demo project in Talend Studio and then update the MDM server to deploy the objects thus created for them to be taken into account at runtime. You will use this server throughout this scenario.

You can search for further information about MDM event management, how to import a demo project and how to deploy objects to the MDM server on Talend Help Center.