We have an issue trying to get changes to our Jobs reflected automatically in our deployed project on Talend Administration Console.
Every time we commit changes to our job on Git, we expect to have that latest version executed on Talend execution server without having to make any changes to the project on TAC configuration.
Every time we commit changes on Git, we get an exception like below:
java.lang.RuntimeException: java.lang.IllegalStateException: could not find process with name : test_versioning_refresh and version : 1.5
If we don't change the version of the job in Talend, we don't get the exception but the old version of the job is executed.
We have to drop the project on TAC and create it again in order to get the latest version of the Job from Git executed
Of course I noticed the warning about Git/SVN but I want to make sure what is the real problem, because the only thing which seems not working is the automatic refresh (Regenerate job on change).
Are your commandline and studio in the same build? Could you please clarify in which Talend version/edition you are?
Hello, thanks for your reply, it seems versions/builds are aligned.
This is the information:
Could you please verify the TAC >> configuration >> GIT settings to see if your project changes synchronize in TAC?
Thanks for your reply, currently we don't configure git server under Configuration >> Git, because when we do it, we get below error:
"Timeout occurs while retrieving this parameter"
That's why we only configure Git in the "Advance Settings" section of each project; here we don't get any Timeout error and we are able to get the project (but with the refresh issue I mentioned).
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