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Troubleshooting - Deployment and Launching

The osgi folder or the workspace might be corrupted.
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Put the external jar in Talend Studio libraries to run your job properly.
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This article explains automated compilation, unit testing, and deployment of artifacts, and running of automated tests.
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Use the Use Array Command feature.
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Export a Talend Job script, then import it into a Java project in Eclipse.
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Add the JVM path to a script file or a command prompt.
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Use the same login to launch all jobs.
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Increase the threadCount property in the quartz.properties file.
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Use getTaskByName then runTask, or make taskId visible in the TAC.
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Duplicate entries in the database prevent normal operation.
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No action is required, the directory will be created when needed.
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Yes, but each must have its own workspace.
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Edit the MANIFEST.MF Bundle-ClassPath to resolve conflicting Validator files.
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Check that all libraries and any custom components are specified in the TAC.
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Errors appear while executing a job in ESB runtime, though the job ran in Studio successfully.  
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Change TYPE=InnoDB to engine=InnoDB in tables_mysql_innodb.sql.
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Add a timeout parameter to the Tomcat configuration.properties file.
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Use the MDM REST API to perform the staging area validation.
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This is due to an incompatibility with the MySQL driver used by Tomcat.
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Overview When deploying a new data container, you might encounter an exception stating that the RDBMS "Cannot find data type datetime2".   Environment This issue only occurs with a subscription version of Talend MDM 5.2.x, using RDBMS persistence with Microsoft SQL Server 2005.   Symptoms/Description This error occurs when you deploy a data container bound to a data model using some xsd:date elements. Talend MDM tries to map it to the SQL Server type datetime2, which exists only in SQL Server 2008. The following message is shown to the user in the Studio, when deploying a new Data Container to Talend MDM.   On the server side, the following exception is added to the server.log file: 10:22:48,299 ERROR [SOAPFaultHelperJAXRPC] SOAP request exceptionjava.rmi.RemoteException: Unable to physically create the data cluster Product: javax.ejb.TransactionRolledbackLocalException: Could not create storage 'Product' with data model 'Product'.; [Caused by]: Could not create storage 'Product' with data model 'Product'. [Caused by]: Could not create storage 'Product' with data model 'Product'. [Caused by]: Could not create storage for container 'Product' (MASTER) using data model 'Product'. [Caused by]: java.lang.RuntimeException: Could not prepare 'Product'. [Caused by]: Could not prepare 'Product'. [Caused by]: Exception occurred during Hibernate initialization. [Caused by]: Could not prepare database schema: Column, parameter, or variable #2: Cannot find data type datetime2.   Resolution Using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio GUI Deploy the data container. You'll get the above-mentioned exception. In a Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, locate the database related to your data container. Develop the following tree nodes: Programability > Types > User-Defined Data Types Right-click User-Defined Data Types, then select New User-Defined Data Type. Create a datetime2 type that extends the standard datetime type. Don't forget to select the Allow NULLs attribute checkbox. The new type is added to the list of "User-Defined Data Types". Deploy the Data Container again. You will get the same exception again, for the STAGING database this time. Repeat the above steps for the STAGING database. Redeploy the Data Container. The deployment should now be successful.   Using an SQL script You can also use a proprietary DDL to carry out the previous operations: USE [Product_MASTER] GO CREATE TYPE [dbo].[datetime2] FROM [datetime] NULL GO  
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