Capture compile error in TOS

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Capture compile error in TOS

Hello Community

I want to capture the compile error being generated by Talend on components, so that I can store it in a table or file, and use it for monitoring purposes.
I have tried the tLogCatcher component but it only catches the Java Exceptions, not the compilation errors.
I am using Talend Open Studio for Data Integration Community Edition.

Is there any solution available for this?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Capture compile error in TOS

Hello,

You can try to redirect the output from the console to a file.

Please have a look at this article about:https://community.talend.com/t5/How-Tos-and-Best-Practices/Redirect-the-output-from-the-console-to-a...

Let us know if it is OK with you.

Best regards

Sabrina

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Re: Capture compile error in TOS

Hello

Thanks for the reply

I know I can log the output from console into a file, as mentioned in the article that you just posted.
I have attached the image for the type of error I want to capture.
Basically, what I want is to capture the error being displayed in the "Detail Message" section, that occurs at the time of compilation.

Is there any way I can store this error into a file or database, so that I can use it for monitoring purposes?

Thanks again.

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