The Definitive Guide to Data Quality
Do your DB connection password include backslashes?
Usually this is not expected, something is missing...Can you try checking without password field or set password field as string... you can get confirmation...
As I said before, the password only contains alphanumerics (mix of uppercase/lowercase letters plus digits). No special/"strange" characters.
I'm pretty sure that the DB save the password (the number of asterisks is random), I think your credentials are wrong
Can you generate the documentation of your job and check the password ? hehe
To do so (desactive "hide password" in the project settings, right click on your job and click generate doc as HTML)
Then compare your password and check if Talend saved it right
<column name="Contraseña" value=""!�hDq��1�""/>
You are using Open JDK not Oracle JDK to execute Talend Job?
I think you should open a ticket gchaisty or amla
Where can I do that? According to:
it seems that I need some credentials different from the ones I'm using in this forum, but no registration form is at sight there.
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