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Design and Development

The difference lies in the execution order of the linked subjob.
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tJoin is basic, tMap is more powerful but requires more resources.
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If you see "No such file or directory" use the included procedures, or upgrade to version 5.1.
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Recovery checkpoints minimize the time to resume failed Jobs.
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Debug mode allows you to trace the Java code.
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Reduce subjob size to avoid this exception.
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tJavaFlex is a combination of tJava and tJavaRow.
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Add a tJavaRow to your Job, or request the patch.
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No, but  you can pass the value of a global or context variable as a parameter to your routine.
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Shared components will be automatically installed by other Talend Studio instances.
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Use dynamic schema to design Jobs with an unknown column structure.
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Configure your JVM to use the urandom device.
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tMap  is  mainly used for mapping input fields to output fields .
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Use the Additional columns table to insert data.
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Look in the supportDynamic.txt file for a list of components.
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Use the same Oracle jdbc jar file in both your machine and the studio.
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Comparing two tables from different database instances is not currently supported.
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You may need to free up some disk space by deleting the data stored in the main studio directory.
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Define a maximum memory size threshold in the Studio platform.ini file.
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Close editors you don't use, or increase user handle and GDI handle limits.
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