As an administrator, you can overwrite all local semantic types of Talend Data Stewardship and/or Talend Data Preparation with the last content published on the Talend Dictionary Service server and stored in MongoDB.
Republishing semantic types becomes necessary when Talend Data Stewardship and/or Talend Data Preparation are out of synchronization because a maintenance operation had to be performed on the server, to restore a previous image for instance. In that case, you need to republish the last content from the Talend Dictionary Service server.
Before you begin
- Make sure Talend Data Stewardship and/or Talend Data Preparation and all their dependencies are up and running.
category_manager.bat -s -login MY_USER_ID -password MY_USER_PASSWORD
category_manager.sh -s -login MY_USER_ID -password MY_USER_PASSWORD
All semantic types in local registries in both Talend Data Stewardship and Talend Data Preparation are synchronized with what is published in MongoDB.