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[resolved] Command Line libraries vs Studio Libraries & SVN Library

Hi all, 
We are developing then building job from Studio.
From TAC job conductor we import zip file to create task.
Do we have to manually synchronise Command Line /lib/java libraries vs Studio Libraries /lib/java?
Does the generate process retrieve all needed libraries (third Party ....)?

We plan to create a SVN Library to store /lib/java directory and to commit automatically into this SVN server.
Does the command line /lib will also use this SVN library?
We read thread : http://www.talendforge.org/forum/viewtopic.php?id=34049
Thank for your support.
Regards
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Re: [resolved] Command Line libraries vs Studio Libraries & SVN Library

If you import the task as zipped job the commandline does not build the task again (it simply creates the task entry and manage the deployment). The libraries under lib/java will automatically synchronized via SVN. To do that the SVN settings in the TAC contains settings for a repository dedicated to the libraries.
The commandline automatically synchronise it self via this SVN repo. You do nota have to do anything on it.
If you start the very first studio in your environment it suggests to download a lot of Modules (actually libraries or jars) and all of them will automatically committed to SVN. All other studios update their lib/java dir from SVN also the same procedure in the commandline (which is actually nothing else then a studio).
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Re: [resolved] Command Line libraries vs Studio Libraries & SVN Library

If you import the task as zipped job the commandline does not build the task again (it simply creates the task entry and manage the deployment). The libraries under lib/java will automatically synchronized via SVN. To do that the SVN settings in the TAC contains settings for a repository dedicated to the libraries.
The commandline automatically synchronise it self via this SVN repo. You do nota have to do anything on it.
If you start the very first studio in your environment it suggests to download a lot of Modules (actually libraries or jars) and all of them will automatically committed to SVN. All other studios update their lib/java dir from SVN also the same procedure in the commandline (which is actually nothing else then a studio).
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Re: [resolved] Command Line libraries vs Studio Libraries & SVN Library

Thank you jlolling!