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Developing and Testing

In a test-driven approach, process development and tests are closely related to each other and thus the task of the developer is only complete once the process has been both designed and tested. Once the specifications are defined, the development team can start designing the processes which are called Jobs.
In a Development environment, developers need:
  • Talend Studio and/or Talend CommandLine (same as Talend Studio without GUI), where they design and generate the Jobs, Routes, and Services.

  • A Git server, in order to store their items (Jobs, metadata, etc.) into a shared repository.

  • Talend Management Console or Talend Administration Center if they want to schedule the execution of the Jobs.

  • An execution server, to deploy and execute their Jobs.

From version 8 onwards, Talend Studio provides two scripts which allows you to install Talend CommandLine by upgrading either a brand new or an existing Talend Studio. For more information, read Installing Talend CommandLine in a standalone step (optional).

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