Before you begin
If you are working behind a network proxy, make sure you have correctly set up your proxy before you can download and install external modules in your Talend Studio.
To access the proxy settings, select Preferences window, then expand the General node and click Network Connections.from the menu to open the
Add the web site http://talend-update.talend.com and the port 443 to the whitelist.
In the Jar installation wizard, click the Download and Install button to install a
particular module, or click the Download and install
all modules available button to install all the available
modules, or select from the menu to open the Additional
Talend Packages wizard. From this wizard, make sure the
Optional third-party libraries and
Required third-party libraries check
boxes are selected and click Finish. The
Download external modules dialog box
Note: This Additional Talend Packages wizard appears automatically when you launch Talend Studio if any additional packages, including external modules, need to be installed for any features to function in Talend Studio.
To download and install the external module(s) provided under a
particular license, select that license from the Licenses pane, review the license terms, select the I accept the terms of the license agreement
option, and click Finish to start the
download and installation process.
To download and install all external modules provided under all the listed licenses, click the Accept all button to start the download and installation process.Upon installation of the chosen external module or modules, a dialog box appears to notify you about the number of modules successfully installed and/or about the modules failed to install, if any.To install manually an external module you already have in your local file system, do the following:
Click the button in the upper right corner of the
Modules view or in Jar installation wizard to
browse your local file system.
If the Modules view is not shown under your design workspace, go to and then select Modules from the list.
In the Open dialog box of your file system, browse
to the module you want to install, double-click the .jar file, or select
it and then click Open to install it.
The dialog box closes and the selected module is installed in the library folder of the current Talend Studio.
You can now use the component or Metadata connection dependant on this module in any of your Job designs.Warning: In case of collaborative work, once a required module is installed in one user's Talend Studio, the other users can simply refresh their Modules view to add this module to their own Talend Studio(s).
- Click the button in the upper right corner of the Modules view or in Jar installation wizard to browse your local file system.