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[resolved] How to Build/Export Talend jobs using command line on windows Env.

Hi, I am new to Talend.
Please help me to Build/Export Talend jobs using command line on windows Environment.
Best Regards,
Abdul

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Re: [resolved] How to Build/Export Talend jobs using command line on windows Env.

Hi,
To list all of the commands, just type in help in command prompt, and then you will see all the commands with usage explanation.
talend>help
See the reference CommandLine+features
Talend CommandLine is only available in Talend Enterprise Subscription Version.
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Sabrina
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Re: [resolved] How to Build/Export Talend jobs using command line on windows Env.

Hi Sabrina,
Can I know which file/Script does talend use to build/export the job, like we've ant or Maven script in eclipse.
Please help me on this. I want to build the ETL projects/jobs on Hudson/Jenkins.
Best Regards,
Abdul
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Re: [resolved] How to Build/Export Talend jobs using command line on windows Env.

Hi,
Can I know which file/Script does talend use to build/export the job, like we've ant or Maven script in eclipse.

Actually, as I said, Talend CommandLine is only available in Talend Enterprise Subscription Version. There is no job script in Talend open studio products.
We export the job(packaging) using our own java-code. (we only use the way of Eclipse)
For ant or Maven script, it is only available when you export the enterprise subscription version job.
Perhaps the references can give you more information:
For community version Importing/exporting items or Jobs
For Enterprise Subscription Version: Importing/exporting items or Jobs, How+to+export+a+Job+script
Best regards
Sabrina
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Re: [resolved] How to Build/Export Talend jobs using command line on windows Env.

Hi Sabrina,
Thanks a lot for your help.
Please clarify few points:
1- As you mentioned you use own java code to export(May I please know what file(name of the file) or location of the file talend use as input to export).
2- Can we integrate Talend integration for open studio , 4.1.2 version with SVN (Subversion).
3- You means to say we can't export talend jobs on command line for Talend integration for open studio , 4.1.2 version- " Is my understanding is correct "(Y/N).
Once again Thanks in Advance.
Best Regards,
Abdul
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Re: [resolved] How to Build/Export Talend jobs using command line on windows Env.

Yeah, where can we find the code to export a job item from talend that you use in Enterprise using commandline or using the interface?
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Re: [resolved] How to Build/Export Talend jobs using command line on windows Env.

Yeah, where can we find the code to export a job item from talend that you use in Enterprise using commandline or using the interface?

I have replied you in your topic.
Shong
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Re: [resolved] How to Build/Export Talend jobs using command line on windows Env.

No, In this thread I had asked that which Jar jile or which class is used to export the items out of the Talend Commandline. I was asking for the location or the name of the file where i can find the java code for it. 
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Re: [resolved] How to Build/Export Talend jobs using command line on windows Env.

Hi kgoyal
Talend Commandline is an enterprise application, not opensource. But the base class is open source which is located in org.talend.repository.local.ExportItemUtil from /plugin/org.talend.repository, you can refer to this class.
Best regards
Shong
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Re: [resolved] How to Build/Export Talend jobs using command line on windows Env.

Thank you! Helped me a lot!
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Re: [resolved] How to Build/Export Talend jobs using command line on windows Env.

Thank you! Helped me a lot!

Did you ever figure out how to export jobs from the command line for the Open Studio edition? If so, I would be so grateful if you could share that information? 
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Re: [resolved] How to Build/Export Talend jobs using command line on windows Env.

Thank you! Helped me a lot!

Did you ever figure out how to export jobs from the command line for the Open Studio edition? If so, I would be so grateful if you could share that information? 
Agreed. This would be very helpful. Has anyone figured this out?
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Re: [resolved] How to Build/Export Talend jobs using command line on windows Env.

Commandline is not available for open studio edition, with Talend Open Studio,  you can only export the job script manually within studio. 
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Re: [resolved] How to Build/Export Talend jobs using command line on windows Env.

Commandline is not available for open studio edition, with Talend Open Studio,  you can only export the job script manually within studio. 

Thanks Shong for the information. Do you know if the CommandLine Utility (feature) is planned in a future release of the Talend Open Studio product as well? Or will this functionality remain locked down to the Enterprise version only?
I would think that a command driven API is a basic feature of any software (even for Open Source versions), especially with the need for Continuous Integration. I understand scheduling, admin console, etc. being restricted to the Enterprise version, but the Talend team should really think about opening up the command line features for the Open Source version as well.
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Re: [resolved] How to Build/Export Talend jobs using command line on windows Env.

Hi desietz
By now, I don't see any plan to make Commandline application to be part of Talend community edition.
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