[resolved] Run if example in Talend ETL [How to write condition }

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[resolved] Run if example in Talend ETL [How to write condition }

I am using tfileexist tool to find whether file exist or not , if exist than job should send the message saying that " File Exist " else it should through "File doesnot Exist"

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Re: [resolved] Run if example in Talend ETL [How to write condition }

You just need to set the condition with the global variable which stores the return result of tFileExist,
if exists:
((Boolean)globalMap.get("tFileExist_1_EXISTS"))
if not exists:
!((Boolean)globalMap.get("tFileExist_1_EXISTS"))
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Community Manager

Re: [resolved] Run if example in Talend ETL [How to write condition }

You just need to set the condition with the global variable which stores the return result of tFileExist,
if exists:
((Boolean)globalMap.get("tFileExist_1_EXISTS"))
if not exists:
!((Boolean)globalMap.get("tFileExist_1_EXISTS"))
----------------------------------------------------------
Talend | Data Agility for Modern Business

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Re: [resolved] Run if example in Talend ETL [How to write condition }

My issue is resolved ... thank you shong ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,many thanks

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