Talend Runtime includes the execution server, Talend Runtime Container and its infrastructure services, including: Service Locator, Service Activity Monitoring and Security Token Service.
To fully benefit from all these functionalities, do the following:
- Go to subdirectory <TalendRuntimePath>\container\bin of the Talend Runtime installation directory.
Run the trun.bat (Windows) or
trun.sh (Linux) file.
When the container starts up, you will see a short introduction (similar to the one below) followed by the Talend Runtime Container console command prompt:
Hit '<tab>' for a list of available commands and '[cmd] --help' for help on a specific command. Hit '<ctrl-d>' or type 'system:shutdown' to shutdown TRUN. karaf@trun()>
- After starting the Talend Runtime Container, wait a few seconds for initialization to complete before going to the next steps. Karaf, on which the Talend Runtime Container is built, starts the noncore bundles in the background. So even if the console is already available, the commands may not be.
At the Console prompt: karaf@trun>, execute the list command.
This will list all the OSGi Bundles installed in the Talend Runtime Container and let you know if they are active, or not yet.
Once the Talend Runtime Container
and its OSGi Bundles start, execute the tesb:start-all command to
start all the Infrastructure Services at once.
Now, the Service Locator, Service Activity Monitoring and Security Token Service services are running as features in the Talend Runtime Container.
For more information on how to launch the Talend Runtime Container and each of the above services individually or as standalone, see the Talend Open Studio for ESB Installation and Upgrade Guide.
You can find further information about the Talend Runtime Container and how to get started with it in the Talend ESB Container Administration Guide.
For more information on Talend ESB Infrastructure Services, see the Talend ESB Infrastructure Services Configuration Guide.