[resolved] How to Build a job using the commandline

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[resolved] How to Build a job using the commandline

Hello,
I would like to build a Talend job to deploy using Jenkins, it's that possible?
I'm using TEDI 6.1
Thanks

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Re: [resolved] How to Build a job using the commandline

Hi,
Have you already checked document about:TalendHelpCenterSmiley Frustratedcheduling automatic test executions in your build environment using Talend CI Builde...?
Could you please take a look at this jira issue:https://jira.talendforge.org/browse/TDI-35290?
Best regards
Sabrina
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Re: [resolved] How to Build a job using the commandline

Hello Sabrina,
Thanks for your answer, but where can i find Talend CI Builder, i have Talend Entreprise  Data Integration 6.1.1., do i need to subscribe a different product to get it ?
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Re: [resolved] How to Build a job using the commandline

Hi,
 Talend CI Builder should be included in Talend ESB subscription product.
Best regards
Sabrina
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Re: [resolved] How to Build a job using the commandline

Hello,
It is possible to get just the plugin "Talend CI Builder" to use it with my subscription product Talend Enterprise Data Integration 6.1.1?
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