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Welcome to the JasperETL Forum!


This forum is for questions on JasperETL and discussion of ideas and issues with JasperETL.


To download JasperETL, go to http://www.jasperforge.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=section&id=16&Itemid=277



The install guide is located at





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Post edited by: bamazur, at: 2007/01/30 23:48

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JasperETL makes populating the databases that you use within JasperServer and JasperAnalysis much easier if you need to move data from other databases and files. You can schedule jobs to run using Cron, and eventually you will be able to schedule jobs using an advanced scheduler.


JasperETL was built in a partnership with Talend, which built Talend Open Studio. Talend has created some very helpful tutorials on how to use the tool which you can find at http://www.talend.com/tos/tutorials/menu.php



I hope this helps everyone.




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Hello Posselman,


I'm using jasperETL with perl version 5.8.8. When i try to use the test project (the tMsgBox thing) i get the message that perl56.dll could not be found.


If you are perl56.dll issue, i think you are on Windows (please tell me what version).


perl56.ddl is the dll for Perl 5.6 and no 5.8, so your issue is strange ;)


Can you check <Perl_Interpreter_field> on JasperETL > Windows > Preferences > Talend.

After, click on "Start", then click "Run" and in the dialog box, type in "cmd".

On the command prompt window, type in:

cd <Perl_Interpreter_field>

perl -v


This command will provide you with the Perl version installed on your station. Can you write on this thread the answer to this question.


Thank you for your support!

Cedric Carbone

Talend CTO

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Gennadiy.Skuha wrote:

Is there JasperETL for JAVA (not for PERL) anywhere?




Yes there is a JasperETL with Java templates (to generate Java job). You can reach this version on .... our Subversion ;)





However, we will provide milestone versions (linux and windows distribution) on one month.


Stay tuned!



Thank you for your support!

Cedric Carbone

Talend CTO


Post edited by: ccarbone, at: 2007/02/13 11:42

Post edited by: ccarbone, at: 2007/02/13 11:43

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hey i'm running in java now an etl of just a datamart, it takes about 8,9 hours to completion, the thing is in the middle of the process it breaks downs and gives an error, always in the same spot, e checked with the dba and he doesn't end my connection, and when i try to run it from the job that failed till the end it goes smoothly again, and that particular job doesn't use global variables or anything, i'm using the jasperetl in java. Could this be a memory thing ?, help please.... :)

and another thing, the first time i create it the toraclescd it works well, but in the next time i run it and all the others it throws me an error of the table not being there, but it stills inserts the data correctly where i want it, the exact number. So for nw i decided to ignore this error but still would like to know what is going on.


And last but not least toraclebulk just works for my "small" table, tables containing millions of records are not inserted, i have to use toracleoutput for those, the big tables are stored in a csv file but then not inserted, i REALLY would like to have this feature on my etl sing the bulk is about 6 or 7 times faster,

sorry to put this on this thread, but it seems like the only one that's "active"



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My name is Vlad Craciunoiu and I am from Bucharest - Romania.

I used JasperETL in the past and I enjoyed it very much.

I would like to contribute to it's development by adding some new components, for example reading from a growing file (something like tail command from linux).

For this I would need to get familiar with the sources. I tried to do "svn checkout --username anonsvn http://jasperforge.org/svn/repos/jasperetl" as told on the site, but the location seems to be empty.

Could you please tell me where/how can I access the sources ?


Thank you and best regards,


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