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Run a previously built job

Is there a way to run a job in talend without building it? Let me clarify what I am trying to say.

I have multiple jobs and talend takes around 30-45 minutes to just build them. So if I don't make any changes to the job and run it again, it again builds the job and runs it. So my question is that if no changes have been made to job, is there a way to fasten the building process or remove it altogether and run the job?

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Re: Run a previously built job

Hello,

Do you want to run your job in a normal mode? Are you able to click the Run view and click the Basic Run tab to access the normal execution mode?

Feel free to let us know if it is what you are looking for.

Best regards

Sabrina

 

 

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Re: Run a previously built job

This is a pain, I agree. If you are not making a change to your job and are just testing it with different data sets, what you can do is build your job once (right click on the job and select build). It will produce a zip file and a batch file. Simply run that from the command line and it will run instantly without building. 

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