- A Continuous Integration server/service is properly set up (here, Jenkins or Azure DevOps). For more information, see the Jenkins website and the Azure DevOps website.
You have previously created Test Cases in your Git or SVN project that you want to execute automatically. For more information, see Designing Tests.Note: When building and deploying your project, Test Cases will be generated as JUnit files and thus will be built before the packaging Maven phase.
The external libraries stored in Nexus that are needed to execute your Jobs have been properly installed in this project and your Nexus instance is started.
If you are using Talend Administration Center, you have configured it to retrieve the external modules from Nexus. See the Talend Administration Center User Guide for more information.
- You have a Docker environment installed and set up to push Docker images to your Docker registry. For more information, see the Docker website. Note that you can install a Docker container registry inside your Azure
If you are using Jenkins, you also need to check that a version superior or equal to Apache Maven 3 is installed in your server. For more information, see the Apache Maven website.
- extract the Talend_Full_Studio_p2_repository--YYYYYYYY_YYYY-VA.B.C.zip archive in the webapp folder of Tomcat and rename it P2.
- start Tomcat.
- point to http://localhost:8080/P2/ when defining the -Dupdatesite.path parameter at build time. Replace <localhost> with the IP address or the hostname of the web server if the web browser IP is different from the machine you are on and replace <8080> with the Tomcat port you use.
To summarize, you need the following applications: a Continuous Integration server or service (here, Azure or Jenkins), Git, an artifact repository (Nexus, Artifactory), Docker and a server to host the P2 update site where the Talend CommandLine as well as other plugins necessary to build your artifacts are stored.