tSalesforceGetServerTimestamp - Null Pointer Exception

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tSalesforceGetServerTimestamp - Null Pointer Exception

Hello Everyone,

 

while compiling the component tSalesforceGetServerTimestamp in the 6.3.1. version of Talend OS for DI I get the following error (see the picture attached).

 

The same thing compiled under 6.2.1. brings the right result (namely the date from the Salesforce server).

 

Any advice on that? Thanks in advance?Smiley Happy

 

 


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Re: tSalesforceGetServerTimestamp - Null Pointer Exception

Hi,

Could you please try to use V 6.4.1 to see if this issue still repro?

You can download this free open source tool from talend official website:http://www.talend.com/download/talend-open-studio/#t4

There is no patch for talend open source.

Best regards

Sabrina

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Re: tSalesforceGetServerTimestamp - Null Pointer Exception

Does the component in error rely on a tSalesforceConnection component for its connection details? I see you have some disabled components around your Salesforce component. Did the connection component inadvertently get disabled as well?
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Re: tSalesforceGetServerTimestamp - Null Pointer Exception

Hello,

Thanks for letting us know your problem.

We have a related jira issue on talend bug tracker:https://jira.talendforge.org/browse/TDI-38044

Best regards

Sabrina

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Re: tSalesforceGetServerTimestamp - Null Pointer Exception

Hello cterenzi,

 

no, it is a standalone job consisting of two components. All the connection data are implemented into the tSalesforceGetServerTimestamp component.

 

Thank you for your interest anywaySmiley Happy

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Re: tSalesforceGetServerTimestamp - Null Pointer Exception

Is that to say, the solution is I should download the 6.3.2. or 6.4.1. version? No patch for 6.3.1 for non-entreprise users?

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Re: tSalesforceGetServerTimestamp - Null Pointer Exception

Yes looks like issue in 6.3.1 release

 

tSalesforceGetServerTimestamp_1 null
Exception in component tSalesforceGetServerTimestamp_1
java.lang.NullPointerException
at ge_aviation.case_0_1.Case.tSalesforceGetServerTimestamp_1Process(Case.java:27549)
at ge_aviation.case_0_1.Case.tSetProxy_1Process(Case.java:700)
at ge_aviation.case_0_1.Case.runJobInTOS(Case.java:29386)
at ge_aviation.case_0_1.Case.main(Case.java:29217)

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Re: tSalesforceGetServerTimestamp - Null Pointer Exception

Hi,

Could you please try to use V 6.4.1 to see if this issue still repro?

You can download this free open source tool from talend official website:http://www.talend.com/download/talend-open-studio/#t4

There is no patch for talend open source.

Best regards

Sabrina

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Don't forget to give kudos when a reply is helpful and click Accept the solution when you think you're good with it.

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Re: tSalesforceGetServerTimestamp - Null Pointer Exception

Hi,

 

it works under 6.4.1.

 

Thanks for your answers.

 

Best

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Re: tSalesforceGetServerTimestamp - Null Pointer Exception

Hello,

Great that this issue has been fixed on V 6.4.1

Thanks for your feedback and marking this topic as resolved.

Best regards

Sabrina

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