Installing Talend CommandLine - 8.0

Talend Big Data Installation Guide for Linux

Version
8.0
Language
English (United States)
EnrichDitaval
Big Data for Linux
Product
Talend Big Data
Module
Talend Activity Monitoring Console
Talend Administration Center
Talend Artifact Repository
Talend CommandLine
Talend Data Preparation
Talend Data Stewardship
Talend Identity and Access Management
Talend Installer
Talend JobServer
Talend Log Server
Talend Runtime
Talend Studio
Content
Installation and Upgrade

This section shows you how to install Talend CommandLine by upgrading either a brand new or an existing Talend Studio.

For more information about Talend CommandLine, see CommandLine.

Warning: After an existing Talend Studio is upgraded to Talend CommandLine, it is recommended not to use it as Talend Studio any more.

Procedure

  1. If you want to install Talend CommandLine by upgrading a brand new Talend Studio, copy the Talend-Studio-YYYYMMDD_HHmm-VA.B.C.zip archive file onto the machine where you want to install Talend CommandLine and unzip it under a folder the name of which does not contain any space character.
  2. Rename the Talend Studio folder for more clarity, CmdLine in this example.
    Warning: Renaming the folder into CommandLine is causing problems, so it is recommended to rename it differently.
  3. Open the terminal and change the working directory to the CmdLine folder.
  4. Run the commandline-linux_upgrade.sh command to upgrade Talend Studio to Talend CommandLine. Use the following parameters if needed.
    Parameter Description
    -Dlicense.path Specify the path to the license of your Talend product if it is not in the CmdLine folder.
    -DtalendDebug Set its value to true if you want to show log details when upgrading Talend Studio to Talend CommandLine.
    -Dtalend.studio.p2.base Specify the URL of the repository for Talend Studio feature packages.

    If the URL is not specified in the command, you can choose to specify it with one of the following values in a pop-up window after running the command.

    • Type 1 to use the URL of Talend official website and then type y if you want to upgrade Talend CommandLine to the latest version.
    • Type 2 to enter your own repository URL.
    • Type 3 to use the URL configured in Talend Studio.
      Note: If you have installed any patch for Talend Studio, it is recommended to choose this value.

    For more information, see Configuring update repositories.

    -Dtalend.studio.p2.update Specify the URL of the repository for Talend updates.

    If the URL is not specified in the command, you can choose to specify it with one of the following values in a pop-up window after running the command.

    • Type 1 to use the URL of Talend official website and then type y if you want to upgrade Talend CommandLine to the latest version.
    • Type 2 to enter your own repository URL.
    • Type 3 to use the URL configured in Talend Studio.
      Note: If you have installed any patch for Talend Studio, it is recommended to choose this value.

    For more information, see Configuring update repositories.

    When done, a commandline-linux.sh file which lets you launch Talend CommandLine is generated.

  5. Run the commandline-linux.sh file.

    You can stop Talend CommandLine execution by pressing Ctrl+C.