Usercase: CICD with talend cloud, I am using Jenkins, Talend Cloud and Talend Nexus to build the code and push it to Nexus.
Issue: Our Talend Cloud license is expired yesterday and renew Today, Ever thought I renewed my license in talend cloud studio and pointed to new license. It is still shows "Please set up license for commandline first!"
It is working with previous Talend Cloud 7.2.1 studio
Steps of Elimination:
1. Freshly downloaded studio from cloud Talend-Studio-20190620_1446-V7.2.1 studio
2. Fetched new license
3. Studio is working, able to login into Talend Cloud Projects
4. Copied all .p2 jar to talend studio
5. Fresh workspace
Please give some thought.
Have you tried to delete the old license file: .commandline/license or use -DforceUpdate to override the license to see if it works?
We will change the error log to:
"[ERROR] Please set up a valid license for commandline first!" to avoid confusion in V 7.3.1.
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