Only users that have the Operation manager and Designer role and rights can have a read only access to this page. Other users do not have access to this page at all. For further information on access rights, see User roles/rights in the Administration Center. When a user of the Administration Center opens this page, he/she will have access only to the items for which the user has been granted the appropriate authorization by the Administrator.
Talend Administration Center provides you with a direct access to an exhaustive list of all the commands executed in the CommandLine and their respective description.
This list includes all the commands sent to the CommandLine via Talend Administration Center and also the commands that are directly entered in the CommandLine or any other program.
Note that the access to the CommandLine page depends on your license. For more information, refer to What modules and features are available depending on your license.
To access the executed commands on the CommandLine, complete the following:
In the Menu tree view, expand Monitoring and then click CommandLine.
A list of all the commands executed in the CommandLine appears.
The command list provides the following information:
The executed command ID that also includes the parent-child relation.
The process that initiated the command.
This column can be empty sometimes. For further information about the CommandLine usage, see CommandLine features.
Command execution status:
: a command that is being executed;
: a command that has been successfully executed;
: a command that has fallen in error and could not be executed;
: a command that is still waiting to be executed.
All possible details of the command execution
Date and time of the command execution
Details of the command execution that failed in error
Click any command in the command list to display all execution information in the right hand panel.
If you select a command that failed in error, all traces of the failure will display under Info in the right hand panel.
The figure below illustrates an example.
For further information about the CommandLine usage, see CommandLine features.