View Talend job logs

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View Talend job logs

I need one help. I scheduled my Talend Production jobs in Tivoli Job Scheduler (TWS) rather than on TAC using .sh script of jobs. Is it possible to view logs in TAC or in Putty apart from TWS. As not all person are having TWS access so I need to figure it out if there is any chance they can see logs  which are triggered outside Talend environment

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Re: View Talend job logs

Hello,

You could store the result information into a DB table or turn on log4j, most those information can be derived from the log.

In this way, other persons will see logs in DB tables which are triggered outside Talend environment.

Please have a look at talend Logs & Errors Components.

TalendHelpCenter:Logs and errors (Integration) components

Best regards

Sabrina

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Re: View Talend job logs

Is it not possible to view them in TAC itself ?

I am able to generate log file using tredirectoutput component. Is it something I can use that file to send it to location of TAC and then it will be easy to view logs like other jobs which are running in TAC.

 

Please share your thoughts.

 

Thanks.


@xdshi wrote:

Hello,

You could store the result information into a DB table or turn on log4j, most those information can be derived from the log.

In this way, other persons will see logs in DB tables which are triggered outside Talend environment.

Please have a look at talend Logs & Errors Components.

TalendHelpCenter:Logs and errors (Integration) components

Best regards

Sabrina


 

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Re: View Talend job logs

Hello,

From your description, it seems there is no deployment in TAC.

Did you set any trigger or create execution plans in TAC?

Best regards

Sabrina

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Re: View Talend job logs

Hello,

 

My requirement is that I have scheduled job in TWS but everyone does not have access to TWS.

So  if I just add those jobs in TAC without any trigger, Am I able to view job logs there ? 

Is it possible to use that log file that I generated using trecordoutput in the job somewhere in TAC for the jobs that triggered outside TAC ?

 

Thanks

 

Moderator

Re: View Talend job logs

Hello,

So far, your job logs are not able to load into TAC.It will log/create log files of Task Execution.

Best regards

Sabrina

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Re: View Talend job logs

Yes log file I am getting at local folder from tredirectoutput component.

Can we use this log file somewhere in TAC  to see logs?

 

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Re: View Talend job logs

Hello,

Actually, I don't get this use case before. Not sure if it is OK when set a relative log file path(TAC server IP).

In this case better redirect it to database table - will be more easy select data.

Best regards

Sabrina

 

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Re: View Talend job logs

Hi,

 

Actually I tried to use log4j but in my project we won't use Mysql so there is little bit limitation here.

We use Hive/Impala for database here.

Is there anyway I can work apart from using Mysql ?

 

Thanks.

 

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