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Talend Open Studio Cookbook by Rick Barton

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Chapter 2. Metadata and Schemas

This chapter contains a detailed discussion about metadata and Talend schemas and recipes that highlight some of the less used / less known features associated with schemas, along with more commonly used features, such as generic and fixed schemas:

  • Hand-cranking a built-in schema
  • Propagating schema changes
  • Creating a generic schema from existing metadata
  • Cutting and pasting schema information
  • Dropping schemas to empty components
  • Creating schemas from lists

Introduction

Managing metadata is one of the most important aspects of developing Talend jobs, and the most common form of metadata used within Talend jobs is the schema.

Schema metadata

For successful development of jobs, it is essential that the metadata defined for a ...

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