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Importing Oracle Schema with inbuilt TYPE

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Importing Oracle Schema with inbuilt TYPE

Hi
I am using Talend Studio (7.3.1)  and importing a schema for a table for which one column is of a custom type: ABL_TYPE
This is defined as:

create or replace TYPE "ABL_NAME_ELEMENT_TYPE" AS OBJECT (
  name VARCHAR2(50),
  len  NUMBER,
  used CHAR,
  part_type CHAR);

When the schema is import Talend is unable to determine the DB Type (it's empty). If I try to override it with object, raw or dynamic the best I can get is "Oracle.sql.ARRAY@86589" output. I've also tried trying to alter the Oracle data mapping XML file.
Only 2 days into trying to get my head around this so this exercise  (tOracleInput to tDelimitedFile) is one of understanding - so I'm just trying to understand what I think is in effect a Java object serialisation issue?

Any help gratefully appreciated.
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Re: Importing Oracle Schema with inbuilt TYPE

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Re: Importing Oracle Schema with inbuilt TYPE

Try record parser like mentioned in this link

https://community.talend.com/t5/Design-and-Development/tOracleSP-returning-a-RECORD-TYPE/td-p/22426
Regards
Abhishek KUMAR

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