I'm fairly new to talend and I'm trying to rebuild jobs using jobscripts from the same job. The goal is to reduce the amount of code used in the JobScript. I made a context for my DB connection and removed the context type code part in the JobScript. I generated my job, but it asks me for an update detection. is there a way around it?
When you do some changes on an object in a respository and then open a job that inherits that object, a "Update Detection" window opens.
The Update Detection always popup in your studio? Does "Update Detection" window close when you click "OK" button?
the thing is, when I create a job through JobScript with only context name, it won't load the context unless I open the job. I'm looking for a way to update them all in a few clicks without opening all 200+ jobs individually.
I tried to use manage dependencies, I activated deactivate auto detect/update after a modification (but doesn't work) end propagate add/delete variable changes in repository contexts (under preferences => talend => performance) but both don't seem to work
so I basically want to go from this
to this with filled in values. without having to open every job one by one
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