Architecture, Best Practices, and How-Tos

Understand the custom libraries process.
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Suggestions for  building, publishing, and deploying your Jobs.
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Use the talendDebug parameter for additional logging.
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Almost all configuration for this method is done in the cloud.
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Clear the contents of the apache-tomcat\ temp  and \ work  folders.
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Considerations when selecting a blocking strategy for data matching.
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Set up a connected App in Salesforce, then a Job in Talend Studio.
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Use  Talend Identity and Access Management (IAM),  based on  Syncope, to manage Users and Groups .
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Using  TLS1.2, add ciphers like TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA256.
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Includes setting up Kerberos tickets, building the Job, and running it.
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Select use an existing connection  on your DB component.
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Two design examples provide guidance on this process.
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Create a logging.properties file.
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Edit the users.properties file, then update the password on TAC Server.
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Perform a telnet test to verify credentials and connectivity to a POP server.
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Download the JTDS driver and use ntlmauth.dll.
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Talend Version          6.2.1 Summary How to enable Log4j level trace when launching a Job on a JobServer from Talend Studio. Additional Versions   Key words Talend Studio log4j JobServer trace level Product Talend Data Integration Component Studio Article Type Configuration Problem Description When executing a job locally from Talend Studio, the log4j trace level can be set in the Run View by clicking the Run tab Advanced settings, then checking the log4jLevel box and choosing the trace level. As a result, the Job log4j messages will be displayed according to the log4j trace level you set for a local Studio Talend job execution.   However, when executing a job remotely on a Jobserver from Talend Studio, the log4j messages won't be displayed according to the trace level you set in the Run View. You need to enable the log4j trace to a level so that when launching a job from Talend Studio on a Jobserver, you will be able to see the log4j trace in the Jobserver logs as well as in the local Talend Studio. Problem root cause   Solution or Workaround When a job launched from Talend Studio is executed on a Jobserver, the log4j configuration can be set by performing the following steps in Talend Studio: Click File > Project properties > Log4j. Set the trace level in this configuration by changing the priority value: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE log4j:configuration SYSTEM "log4j.dtd"> <log4j:configuration xmlns:log4j='http://jakarta.apache.org/log4j/' > .... <!-- Root Logger --> <root> <priority value ="trace"/> <appender-ref ref="CONSOLE"/> <!-- <appender-ref ref="LOGSTASH"/> --> </root> </log4j:configuration> The log4j level here is set to trace level. Click OK and Save. When running the job, you should get the trace on the Jobserver with the log4j level set, as well as in Talend Studio Run View. JIRA ticket number  
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Encrypt passwords with the ROT13 algorithm.
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