Advanced settings of tMDMOutput - 7.3

MDM data processing

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Talend Documentation Team
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Cloud
7.3
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Talend Data Fabric
Talend MDM Platform
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Data Governance > Third-party systems > MDM components > MDM data processing components
Data Quality and Preparation > Third-party systems > MDM components > MDM data processing components
Design and Development > Third-party systems > MDM components > MDM data processing components
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Talend MDM Server
Talend MDM Web UI
Talend Studio

Procedure

  1. In the Component view, click Advanced settings to set the advanced parameters for the tMDMOutput component.
  2. Select the Extended Output check box if you want to commit master data in batches, and specify the number of lines per batch in the Rows to commit field.
    Click the [...] next to Configure XML Tree to open the tMDMOutput editor.
    Alternatively, double-click tMDMOutput to open the editor.
  3. In the Link target area to the right, click in the XML Tree field and then replace rootTag with the name of the business entity into which you want to insert the data record, Agency in this example.
  4. In the Linker source area, select the two schema columns Id and Name and drop them on the Agency node respectively.
    The Selection dialog box is displayed.
    Select the Create as sub-element of target node option so that the two columns are linked to the two XML sub-elements of the Agency node.
  5. Right-click the root node Agency and then select Add Sub-element.
    In the dialog box that pops up, enter a name for the new sub-element, Offices in this example.
    Repeat the same procedure to create three new sub-elements Office for the Offices node which corresponds to the multi-occurence element Offices of the business entity Agency.
  6. In the Linker source area, select the three schema columns Office_R_and_D, Office_Sales and Office_Services and drop them on the three new Office nodes respectively.
    The Selection dialog box is displayed.
    Select the Create as sub-element of target node option so that the three columns are linked to the three XML sub-elements of the Offices node.
  7. Click Ok to proceed to the next step.
  8. Right-click the element in the Link Target area you want to set as a loop element and select Set As Loop Element from the contextual menu.
    In this example, Id is the iterating object.
  9. Click OK to validate your changes and close the dialog box.