Talend CDC salesforce and Maria DB

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Talend CDC salesforce and Maria DB

My requirement :- Synchronize between both Database Salseforce and Maria DB (MYSQL)

 

questions;-

1. Can Talend support CDC feature between SalesForce(Cloud Instance) and Maria DB ? only the delta change from Salesforce to be applied to Maria DB and vice versa.

 

2.Can Talend give delta modified records of Source DB without validating with destination DB? I mean, if say 10 records are in source and read/synced, 2 modifications and 1 new record are added, can Talend give these 3 records to sync based on last read. 

 

3) My assumption:-

Salsforce supported SOQL Query And Maria Db supported MYSQL query 

I think its not supported CDC process going this way, or else any option its available please let me know 

 

 

4) I have one option:-

 

But i dont know how much complex  to develop mapping, below mentioned this ways.

 

step1) salesforce to ---> MariaDb (one loaded) dump data 

step2) Synchronize between both schema Maria Db and Maria DB 

    In that step i am going to implement the CDC concept 

step3) Maria Db to ---> sales force  (one loaded) dump data for reverse process 

please let me know the complex to develop the job.

 

 Anybody have suggestion please let me know 

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Re: Talend CDC salesforce and Maria DB

Hello,

Could you please have a look at this online documentation about:TalendHelpCenter: Database support for CDC?

Best regards

Sabrina

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