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Is SQL Server's money data type supported?

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Is SQL Server's money data type supported?

I've a SQL Server data base that uses money data type, when I configure a tMSSql_Output the schema came with "MONEY" in the DB Type but when I link a tMap to this output the schema becames "Object", is I try to change tMap's schema to BigDecimal TOS says that schemas are different and give an error.
If I let it as Object (tMap) and execute the job I get this error: Data truncation - Line: 0
Is money data type supported? Is there any configuration that I could do to solve this?
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Re: Is SQL Server's money data type supported?

Hello
is I try to change tMap's schema to BigDecimal TOS says that schemas are different and give an error.

Delete the link first, define the schema of tMap and set data type as BigDecimal, then link it to tMSSql_Output again.
Best regards

shong
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Talend | Data Agility for Modern Business
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Re: Is SQL Server's money data type supported?

Hello,
Thank you Shong. It help me.
But i like to understand why each talend component has its schema ? and how can i assure that all my schema are synchronized ?
Thank you !!

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