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Talend offers you the possibility to execute a Job on a server using Talend CommandLine with SSL enabled. SSL allows you to encrypt data prior to transmission.

For more information on how to generate a Job using Talend CommandLine, see Generating a Job created with a Job creation API using Talend CommandLine.

To launch a Job on a Talend JobServer with SSL enabled:


  1. Launch Talend CommandLine. For more information on how to launch Talend CommandLine, see Operating modes.
  2. Connect to your repository with the iniLocal or initRemote commands. For more information on how to use these commands, see the help provided in the CommandLine.
  3. Connect to your project with the logonProject command. For more information on how to use this command, see the help provided in the CommandLine.
  4. Type in the following command to launch a Job (named jobName) on the server named myServer:
    executeJobOnServer jobName --execution-server myServer --job-version 0.1 --job-context myJobContext -useSSL
    You can enter either -useSSL or -use-ssl-option as both commands result in enabling SSL.
    You also have the possibility to enable SSL on your Talend JobServer on Talend Studio. For more information, see Running a Job remotely with SSL enabled.