How to output data from one database table to another - 6.4

Talend Data Management Platform Studio User Guide

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Talend Data Management Platform
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Data Quality and Preparation
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Talend Studio

You can use different templates to create a Job that writes data from a database table to another database table or from a database table to a file.

To output data from one database table to another database table, do the following:

  1. In the Repository tree view of the Integration perspective, right-click Job Designs and select Create job from templates in the drop-down list. A Job creation wizard displays to help you defining the new Job main properties

  2. Select the From Table List option and click Next to open a new view on the wizard.

  3. Select the template you want to use to create your Job and click Next, TableToTable in this example.

  4. In the Main properties of the component area, click the [...] button and browse to the connection you want to use the properties of. The database connection should be centralized in the Repository tree view. The fields that follow in the Detail settings area are filled automatically with the properties of the selected database table. Alternatively, you can manually set the database parameters in the Detail setting area, if needed.

    Then, click Next to validate and open a new view on the wizard.

  5. In the Select Schema to create area, select the check box of the table you want to use and click Next to validate and open a new view on the wizard. Then, click Next to validate and open a new view on the wizard.

  6. In the Type Selection area, select the output database type from the drop-down list.

  7. In the Main properties of the component area, click the three-dot button and browse to the connection you want to use the properties of. The Database connection should be centralized in the Repository tree view. The fields that follow in the Detail settings area are filled automatically with the properties of the selected connection. Alternatively,you can manually set the output database details and all properties fields in the Detail setting area, if needed.

    Then, click Next to validate and open a new view on the wizard.

  8. In the Check Availability area, select the check boxes of the available option according to your needs. In this example, we want to save the input schemas in the Repository tree view and we want to insert a tMap component between the input and output components of the created Job.

  9. In the Jobname field, enter a name for your Job, and click the check button to verify that the name chosen for your Job is available. A dialog box opens and informs you whether the Job name is available. Click Ok to close the dialog box.

  10. Click Finish to validate and close the wizard. The ready-to-run Job is created and listed under the Job Designs node in the Repository tree view.

Once the Job is created, you can modify the properties of each of the components in the Job according to your needs.