Installing modules in Talend CommandLine

Talend Real-Time Big Data Platform Installation Guide for Windows

Talend Real-Time Big Data Platform
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Talend Artifact Repository
Talend Activity Monitoring Console
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If you use Talend Studio and Talend CommandLine on different machines, you need to retrieve the downloaded .jar files and add them in Talend CommandLine.


  1. Make sure Talend CommandLine is not started, then download the external modules from the Modules view as explained in the previous procedure.
  2. Copy the downloaded .jar files from <StudioPath>/configuration/.m2 and paste them into <CommandLinePath>/configuration/.m2, where <StudioPath> and <CommandLinePath> are the installation directories of Talend Studio and Talend CommandLine respectively.
    Since these folders are hidden, make sure your system is configured to show hidden files and folders.

    The <CommandLinePath>/configuration/.m2 folder is not created by default. It is created the first time you start the Talend CommandLine application.

  3. Restart Talend CommandLine.

    You can now use the component or Metadata connection dependent on these modules.