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Talend New Schema in Connection Grayed Out Next

https://community.talend.com/t5/Design-and-Development/Unable-to-add-Remote-server-in-Preferences-gt... answers the question for a previous version. Tried the fix with no luck, so here I am with the same question only different version.
Trying to pull in a schema from db connection (Hana), but at the select schema to create I am unable to get the Next button to clear being grayed out.
I have tried:

  • Clicking the drill-down arrows (data doesn't go lower than first level)
  • Selecting all, select none, select all, check connection, select all...
  • Adjusted screen size a LOT, Close window, reopen fiddle with screen size...
  • Held my mouth differently

I have down the drill-down arrows before and gotten it to work when there are tables to drill-down into, but this db doesn't have that so...I am out of the luck and options. Help me Obi-wan!

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Re: Talend New Schema in Connection Grayed Out Next

Hello,

Could you please indicate on which talend build version you got this issue?

Best regards

Sabrina

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Re: Talend New Schema in Connection Grayed Out Next

Sure, 7.2.1 Talend Open Studio for Big Data.

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Re: Talend New Schema in Connection Grayed Out Next

Any other help here? *Bump*
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Re: Talend New Schema in Connection Grayed Out Next

Anyone experiencing this issue? I am trying to connect to a HANA db and the schemas are flat so I can't use the HANA connector.

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