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How to use commandline in script mode when it is already started as a service

Hello,

 

In Talend MDM 6.2.1, I am trying to use the commandline in "script mode" (refer to https://help.talend.com/reader/uwwCVAHxWDS6l5fZQ~lVYA/5dj5F4G1MynhrY8~yYALuA), while the commandline is already started in "Server Mode". 

Basically, I managed to deploy a job in Nexus using command line in Server Mode (I connect with Telnet localhost 8002), with the following commands:

initRemote http://localhost:8080/tac -ul "myuser" -up "mypwd"
logonProject -pn MyProject -ul "myuser" -up "mypwd"
publishJob 'MyJob' -v '0.1' -pv '0.1.0' -g 'MyJobGroup' -a 'MyJob' -s -r 'http://mytacServer:8081/nexus/content/repositories/snapshots' -u "MyNexusUser" -p "MyNexusPwd" -t 'standalone' -jc 'Default'
logoffProject

 But when I try to execute the same commands in script mode (I provide a specific workspace to avoid problems with the workspace used by server mode), I get many errors and it even makes my TAC restart for some unknown reasons.

So my question is : Is it possible to launch the commandline in script mode while it is already started in server mode? If not, is it possible the execute a script (not only one command) with the commandline in server mode?

 

Thanks for any help

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Re: How to use commandline in script mode when it is already started as a service

Hello,

Have you tried to stop the server and then use the commandline in "script mode" to see if it is OK with you?

Best regards

Sabrina

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