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how to start/schedule talend job through Unix ?

Hello Team, 

 

how to start/schedule talend job through Unix, Could you please help me with the command and syntax used for scheduling a taland job through unix. ?

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Re: how to start/schedule talend job through Unix ?

Hi,

With Talend Open Studio, you can export the job script, and then schedule it with third scheduler tool, such as crontab command on Linux, however, there is no a command prompt if the job is executed in an external scheduler tool.

Best regards

Sabrina

 

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Re: how to start/schedule talend job through Unix ?

Hi,

Using the community version, you can start/schedule the exported jobs as any script Shell using the standard cron or the scheduler of your choice. From TOS, right click on the job name, then Build. This produce all the necessary to use the job from outside TOS (from command line).

Using the subscription version, you have the TAC to manage and schedule tasks.

 

Does this helps?

 


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Re: how to start/schedule talend job through Unix ?

nope, I want unix command used to start/stop/schedule the job trough linux.

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Re: how to start/schedule talend job through Unix ?

You can use the Crontab to do this as was stated above. Look inside the .sh file that is supplied with your compiled job to figure out the command and classpaths required to run your job, then configure the crontab to schedule. Talend jobs are just Java executables, so this example showing how to do this to call Java apps will help you....

https://www.mkyong.com/java/java-cron-job-to-run-a-jar-file/

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