Salesforce Connector in CloverETL

In an effort to constantly improve the lives of our users, we’ve enhanced our Salesforce connectivity and added a new, user-friendly (yet powerful) Salesforce connector into the CloverETL 4.3.

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Data Partitioning: An Elegant Way To Parallelize Transformations Without Branching

Ever wondered what to do with those annoyingly slow operations inside otherwise healthy and fast transformations? You’ve done everything you could do to meet the processing time window, and now there’s..

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Video: CloverETL and the Tableau Web Data Connector

Following video showcases how to set up CloverETL as a web service and load data from any source into Tableau using Web Data Connector (WDC).

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Using Dropbox Core API with CloverETL

Dropbox is a powerful service. It doesn't matter whether you‘re looking for cloud storage, a way to share a large file with a friend, or a multiplatform synchronization tool, Dropbox will always find..

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How Small a Footprint Can Enterprise Software Actually Have?

We keep saying that CloverETL has a small footprint and is multiplatform out of the box. So why not test this assertion – in an extreme situation? Instead of just taking the core, we’ll go with the..

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Deploying a custom component plugin to the CloverETL Server

A few weeks ago, we published a blog post about how to create a custom component. It described all of the necessary steps to implement your own component and how to integrate it into the CloverETL..

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Plotting Graph Charts in JavaScript vs. RichFaces

With CloverETL 3.5, we've embarked on a journey to vastly improve the monitoring section in our CloverETL Server Console. We've been playing around with the idea for a long time, and now we’ve finally..

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Creating Custom Component in CloverETL Step By Step

CloverETL is designed to be an extensible system. Although it already contains a lot of components, there can be cases where you need to create your own – be it a specific and often-used task, use of..

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CloverETL 3.5 ­– What to Expect?

It’s been few months since we released CloverETL 3.4, our most recent production version. As we make significant progress on the next version, I’d like to share a few of the features available in..

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CloverETL Jobflows – Build, Monitor, and Manage Complex Workflows

Lately, I have been confronted with a data integration task of extracting customer data from an Oracle database to an XML file, uploading it to FTP, and finally encrypting that file. If you use a..

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