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Send/Email Talend Jobs

I have Talend sitting on my local machine (C: Drive). My coworker has Talend on his local machine as well. Is there anyways I can send him all the jobs I have worked on thus far? Or is there anyways we both can work on the same Talend the same time?

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Re: Send/Email Talend Jobs

Hi,
As soon as you work in a team, integrating TOS with a version control tool such as Turtoise SVN or other is the better choice. However, TOS isn't integrated with source control out of the box. For that, you need d'inscription version.
But, thank's to community, you can found howto and articles about this subject if you search with Google.
For example http://richardlog.com/post/15939924496/putting-talend-open-studio-projects-under-version or http://www.xtivia.com/versioning-talend-open-studio/
On the other hand, if you want to share your work or move from a laptop to another one, you can export component ("file > export" or right click on a job and "export items") and import on the other side. You may also copy the workspace folder, but remember that for these 2 solutions, as soon as one of the team member will modify a component, environments will be desynchronised and it can become tricky to keep aligned.

Hope this helps,

TRF
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Re: Send/Email Talend Jobs

Just zip up the folder that contains the job - in the studio go to export items. If he's on the same version of talend (or newer) he should be able to import them.

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Re: Send/Email Talend Jobs

Hi,
As soon as you work in a team, integrating TOS with a version control tool such as Turtoise SVN or other is the better choice. However, TOS isn't integrated with source control out of the box. For that, you need d'inscription version.
But, thank's to community, you can found howto and articles about this subject if you search with Google.
For example http://richardlog.com/post/15939924496/putting-talend-open-studio-projects-under-version or http://www.xtivia.com/versioning-talend-open-studio/
On the other hand, if you want to share your work or move from a laptop to another one, you can export component ("file > export" or right click on a job and "export items") and import on the other side. You may also copy the workspace folder, but remember that for these 2 solutions, as soon as one of the team member will modify a component, environments will be desynchronised and it can become tricky to keep aligned.

Hope this helps,

TRF