Forgive my ignorance up front, I come from a background of using ETL/ELT tools such as Wherescape RED, SSIS and SAS DI Studio.
My question is around auto-generation of jobs.
SSIS is nothing more than BIML (Business Intelligence Markup Language) represented in a VisualStudio GUI and scheduled on something like Control-M or SQL Server Agent. The jobs do not need to be created by hand --- meaning dragging and dropping transformations and registered data sources and target databases. Instead the jobs (BIML) can be created by coding the BIML and automating the creation of jobs by extending the BIML with BIML Script (using VB .NET or C#) .
Therefore a single BIML Script can generate hundred of jobs doing similar type work differentiated by parameters. Like loading source CSV files that are the same in structure but different by filename's suffix; example the date included in a filename like product_20180717.csv.
Anyway, I was wondering if the same level of automation can be achieved in TalenD? i.e. I write a script that generates TalenD jobs with the components I need.
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