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It may happen that you will need to change the values of the configuration parameters (Talend Updating parameters configuration finalized) when they have already been finalised in the Talend Administration Center (TAC).

Unfortunately, this can not be done from the TAC level, but there is a solution that will allow you to unlock, but it requires editing the TAC configuration itself. We’re talking about the configuration.properties file that’s in the folder: <TACInstallationDirectory> /apache-tomcat/webapps/org.talend.administrator/WEB-INF/classes (Talend Updating parameters configuration finalized)

Talend Updating parameters configuration finalized

1. Stop the TAC Talend Administration Center

Go to the folder where you have installed the TAC Talend Administration Center and there you will find two scripts: start_tac.sh and stop_tac.sh.

cd ./tac/

2. Open the configuration.properties file

Search for the following parameters and change to the given values. In the event that a parameter is marked with a comment sign, delete the comment and set the value:

cd ./tac/apache-tomcat/webapps/.../WEB-INF/classes/
vim configuration.properties

Parameters and new values:


3. Save file

4. Restart the TAC Talend Administration Center

cd ./tac/

After a while, when the website is launched, log in to the TAC and change the configuration parameters to new ones. Once you are sure that everything is in order then you can re-finalize the configuration.

Talend Administration Center: Concepts and Principles

The Talend solutions offer the opportunity to work cooperatively on various projects: Data Integration, ESB, Data Management, Data Services, Enterprise Integration, MDM, or all of them. This collaborative work is handled via Talend Administration Center, a web-based application centralizing the management and administration of your studio. Talend Administration Center also centralizes the users’ role management and access rights to your projects and the scheduling and monitoring of processes (Jobs).

Projects and processes are all centralized in a remote repository enabling resource sharing and project configuration.

Users created via Talend Administration Center will be able to connect to the projects they have been assigned to in the studio, where they will be able to create technical processes (Jobs) that would then be made available via Talend Administration Center for remote launching, scheduling and monitoring.

Talend Administration Center allows you to:

Manage operating and connection information via the Configuration page of the application. For more information, see Configuring Talend Administration Center.

Administrate projects, manage users and licenses via the Projects, Users and Licenses pages. For more information, see Managing projects, Managing project references, Managing project authorizations, Managing Users, and Managing licenses.

Schedule deployment and roll-out of processes (Jobs) via the Conductor node and monitor them via the Monitoring node. For more information, see Executing Jobs, Routes and Services and Monitoring task execution and accessing logs.


Operating principles

The operating principles could be summarized into the following major topics:

building technical or business-related processes,

administrating users, projects, access rights, and processes and their dependencies,

deploying and executing technical processes,

monitoring the execution of the technical processes.

Each of the above topics has been graphically described by isolating specific functionalities in different functional blocks.

Other pages might be available to you depending on your license. For more information, please refer to What modules and features are available depending on your license.


Talend Updating parameters configuration finalized

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