Build job with parameter for a server

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Build job with parameter for a server

Hi guys,

 

Since 2 weeks i work on Talend Open Sutio for Data Integration, i have donne  lot of test on my local environnement.

 

Now i want to put my job on unix server , but when try to build the job for copying it on the unix server i got an error : filename cannot be resolved at a variable.

 

In attachment you have a screenshot of my tFileInputExcel with the link of my file on the unix server.

 

I don't know if it's the good practice.

 

Can you help me please?

 

Regards,


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Re: Build job with parameter for a server

Hi,

 

The screenshot is missing but usually, your error means you've got something wrong in your parameters: for example, you may have forgotten quotes aroung fixed strings, or you miss the "context." part when calling a context variable "context.filename".

 

Regards


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Re: Build job with parameter for a server

Hi,

 

The screenshot is missing but usually, your error means you've got something wrong in your parameters: for example, you may have forgotten quotes aroung fixed strings, or you miss the "context." part when calling a context variable "context.filename".

 

Regards

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Re: Build job with parameter for a server

Hi,

 

Yes sorry, it's not a context , i've just put the value for the unix server.

 

In attachment the screenshot.

 

regards

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Re: Build job with parameter for a server

Hi,

 

Quote was one of my error.

 

thanks i fixed it.

 

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