I am trying to get logging of talend jobs (eg. no. of rows processed, no. of rows committed start_time_of_job, end_time_of_job etc.) How do I'll get this information? I'm using Talend 6.1. I've enabled tLogCatcher, tStatCatcher, tFlowMeterCatcher in PROJECT SETTINGS but that's giving me logging details after completion of the job. If I am running job through command line and if I want to check logging then I won't get that information. How I'll get this information? tLogCatcher only writes data in the file or table if any error occurred. But if job completed successfully then it don't write any information to the log file. Please help me to tackle this issue.
Hi, If you want to check the log message when building your job on commandline, it is very convenient to set the log in job view to output the record into file or table. Statistics table records details like begin Time, End Time which is generated by any job. Logs table records the messages from Java Exception, tDie and/or tWarn (prerequisite: there must be an error in your job). Flow Meter table records the number of rows processed in the defined flow(prerequisite: you have to use tFlowMeter in your job). Please see my screenshot Best regards Sabrina
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Thank you. But my question is as follows: I am trying to push data from oracle table to cassandra table. I've exported that job and executed .sh file to run that job through command line. Now it will indicate me start of job but I want to check how many rows have been pushed to cassandra table. I've used tFlowMeter and tFlowMeterCatcher but it will return me no. of rows inserted in cassandra table after completion of the job. But if I want to check how many rows have been inserted before completion of that job then how I'll get to know that?