Talend Administration Center provides simple trigger, CRON trigger and file trigger. You can schedule your tasks based on time or event, using time triggers or file triggers respectively.
Thank for your answer but I am not sure I understand your saying.
jobs need to be schedule by external scheduler like UC4.
does your answer meet my question
Using the community version, you can start/schedule the exported jobs as any script Shell using the standard cron or the scheduler of your choice. From Talend open studio, right click on the job name, then Build. This produce all the necessary to use the job from outside Talend open studio.
Using the subscription version, you have the TAC to manage and schedule tasks. There are three type trigger as we mentioned above in TAC.
Why did you use external scheduler like UC4 for your subscription version?
Feel free to correct us if we misunderstand your requirement.
Talend TAC is self contained and self managed
Generally - You have all what need to manage and orchestrate tasks, including Job chains (execution plans) and store execution logs, run history and etc
if for any reasons You need use external scheduler (corporate standards?) You can test TAC API for call Job from TAC
http://edwardost.github.io/talend/di/2015/05/28/Using-the-TAC-API/ - good article about this
in this case You will add tasks to TAC as usual, but scheduler will be external. use both - not possible.
more correct form - You do not need run it from uc4 if You have TAC
could You run Job from external tools? Yes, You can
do You need this? generally not
could You do this from uc4? may be yes
Realistic scenarios when it could be useful:
- You have task already scheduled in uc4
- You need run Talend Job exactly after finish this task
- in this case You can call TAC Job by curl (GET request) - yes it work, I use it
- but how You can check result of execution - I do not know, I don't have uc4
So far, it is impossible to see your running job that UC4 operate from Talend Administration Center.