The EBCDIC component family has been deprecated since Talend version 5.6 and has been merged in with Talend Data Mapper in the newer versions of Talend.
You need to use a combination of Talend Data Mapper and a standard job.
In TDM (Talend Data Mapper), create your structure to match and read your EBCDIC file, and complete your mappings for the output there.
Use a standard DI job to load in the EBCIDIC file, and use a tFileInputRaw component to pass the input file to a tHMap component, which should be linked and referenced to your structure.
Output the flow from the tHMap to an output file using a tFileOutputRaw component.
For more information, see Data mapping in the Talend Help Center.
Talend also offers a hands-on training from the Training Administration Team, listed under TDM (Talend Data Mapper). Contact your Customer Success Manager to obtain the training.
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