[resolved] the schema's dbType not correct for this component

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[resolved] the schema's dbType not correct for this component

what is the significance of warning message "the schema's dbType not correct for this component"?
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Re: [resolved] the schema's dbType not correct for this component

Check this topic - http://www.talendforge.org/forum/viewtopic.php?id=28899
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Re: [resolved] the schema's dbType not correct for this component

Something in the mentioned topic are not fully correct. The dbType will be used if you use the schema for an output component an let it create the table. The warning in input components is a bit over engineered because it does not differentiate between the more important warning "Schema does not fit to the result set" which points to a reasonable problem unlike the DbType-Problem.
Because of you cannot differentiate between these different problems (and both problems overlays each other) without going deeper into I recommend to fix that problem. 
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Re: [resolved] the schema's dbType not correct for this component

Hi,
You can set a DB type for your column in schema of DB input component.
In addition, you can modify the defaut mapping between Talend type and DB type in XMl metadata Talend type
Best regards
Sabrina
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