Im trying to load data from SQL server db but unable to do so because this below error.
Any thing that would help is appreciated
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@Aravind_M,could you please check what date format do you have in DB?
@Aravind_M,but i see "dd-MM-yyyy' in row1 shema? please check that could be the issue.
@Aravind_M,just extract the data from sql server and write it to tlogrow to check the data how are you getting Talend.
since you need to install mssql-jdbc.jar from screenshot,can you install that?
Don't worry about Date formats unless your database is storing your date as a String. Dates are essentially numbers. Formats are just representations of those numbers. The ONLY time you need to worry about formats is when you are translating from a String to a Date or when you are wanting to represent a Date as text.
You have not given enough information here to see the issue. It is a compile time issue which means your generated code will show where the error is. In the bottom left corner of your workspace, you will see a Code tab. Click on it. It will take a while to generate the Java code for this job. When it completes you will see yellow and red boxes along the right side of the code. You can ignore yellow boxes as warnings (you won't get rid of those and they cause no harm). You need to look for red boxes. They will stop the job compiling AND (this is important) point you towards the actual issue. Click on the red boxes and it will take you to the code that is broken. Take a screen shot of the broken code and post it. That will help us identify this.
Then do one thing. use TalendDate.formatDate and ParseDate. Basically will convert from Date to String and ParseDate will convert that String to Date. One thing u check first is printing that Date column in your tlogrow of a Test Job.also check carefully in the Target DB what is the column Format or DataType. This is a Compile Time issue.
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