I want to be able to perform automated releases/builds (we use Bamboo) of my Talend job(s) and associated scripts from my git repository so that we can have nightly builds of our jobs and make them available in a "test" environment and also make them available for promotion into a production environment. We need to do this from the command line so that we aren't required to use Studio. I've tried to find documentation on how to do this and even contacted support, but haven't been very successful. Can anybody point me to any documentation that describes how to (from the unix command line) create a deployable bundle that can be made available to the TAC in a Test/Prod environment?
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There is multiple way to do it.
The Talend cmdline can be used to build the jobs on Dev for example. Those jobs can then be publish to a Nexus repository used for various or dedicated environment. See: https://help.talend.com/reader/uwwCVAHxWDS6l5fZQ~lVYA/rAs_XSjog8iMiddhV8Duew
In 6.3 we also released a maven plugin that might help you. (It use the cmdline underneath) : https://community.talend.com/t5/Architecture-Best-Practices-and/Continuous-Integration-with-Talend-C...
For TAC metadata, you'll have to use the MetaServlet. You'll find the documentation here: https://help.talend.com/reader/uwwCVAHxWDS6l5fZQ~lVYA/1Jrk3NPCpa~FiXCWVmIjBQ
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