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Force Data Integration to regenerate .java files running root job

Hi all.

I'm working with Data Integration on a project on 2 laptops, working on sync folder. Every laptop ignore there folders syncronization: pom, temp.

 

Sometimes sync miss syncronization of some .java file.

The scenario is: I run a root job that calls children and grandchidren job.

When I run the root job, I get  the error:

Failed to import Number.java in job SOME_CHILD

To get over this error I simply have to open SOME_CHILD job and click on CODE tab to make Talend Studio to regenerate the code. Anyway it's annoying to open so many child jobs.

I'm looking for a way to force Talend Studio to regenerate all .java files when I run the root job.

I'm using v7.0.

 

Any ideas?

Thanks

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Re: Force Data Integration to regenerate .java files running root job

think about remote desktop! ftps! guit hub...

Francois Denis

Don't forget to tag when it's "solved"!

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Re: Force Data Integration to regenerate .java files running root job

add all your job in a new job and compil.
but you are not using talend correctly.
talend is not a sync folder corrector.

Francois Denis

Don't forget to tag when it's "solved"!

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Re: Force Data Integration to regenerate .java files running root job

You mean with one parent and all children at the same level?

 


@fdenis wrote:
talend is not a sync folder corrector.

I have realized that. I need to work on the same project at home and in office and sync seems better than export/import everytime.

But export/import is going to be the best practice.

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Re: Force Data Integration to regenerate .java files running root job

are you using open version?

Francois Denis

Don't forget to tag when it's "solved"!

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Re: Force Data Integration to regenerate .java files running root job

yes

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Re: Force Data Integration to regenerate .java files running root job

think about remote desktop! ftps! guit hub...

Francois Denis

Don't forget to tag when it's "solved"!

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Re: Force Data Integration to regenerate .java files running root job

Ok for remote desktop.

For the others…

With ftps you mean secure FTP? Or, you think that using git hub is an improvement? Pushing the project on a GIT repository may generate the same errors between workspaces.

Have you any expertise on that?