Microsoft Access x Talend

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Microsoft Access x Talend

I need to extract from a database access .mdb multiple tables, generating a .csv file for each table and then uploading to an azure blob. For this I used an access -> tFilleOutputDelimited -> tAzureStoragePut connection. Is there a component that can pull multiple tables at once to create multiple .csv files?

Note: The way I'm doing I have to do the same procedure for each table separately.


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Re: Microsoft Access x Talend

on mdb you must have table liste.
try to use "SELECT * FROM MSysObjects WHERE Type=1 AND Flags=0"
then you will retrieve table liste.

Francois Denis

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if you have a file with the liste of table to extract.
then use a tFileInput, tFlowToIterate then add iterate Link to RoadShow.
regards,

Francois Denis

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Thanks for the help, but that still does not solve. I have a .mdb with many tables, where I need to have an output in .csv file, however for each table a .csv file is generated

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Re: Microsoft Access x Talend

on mdb you must have table liste.
try to use "SELECT * FROM MSysObjects WHERE Type=1 AND Flags=0"
then you will retrieve table liste.

Francois Denis

Tag as "solved" for others! Kudos to thanks!

View solution in original post

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