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    Default Launch Transformation in Remote server

    Hello,

    We have set up a server in which we have installed a copy of PDI and we have stored a transformation/job. The server requires authentication.

    We want to create a .bat file that everyone in our team has stored locally. When the .bat file is launched, the the following happens:

    (1) Connect to the remote server
    (2) launch the PDI installed in the server
    (3) launch the transformation/job stored in the server

    Can anyone help me on how to do this? We have thought to do this using a a .bat file but probably there is a better way to do so.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Hi, has anyone an answer to this?


    Quote Originally Posted by PeritoLopera View Post
    Hello,

    We have set up a server in which we have installed a copy of PDI and we have stored a transformation/job. The server requires authentication.

    We want to create a .bat file that everyone in our team has stored locally. When the .bat file is launched, the the following happens:

    (1) Connect to the remote server
    (2) launch the PDI installed in the server
    (3) launch the transformation/job stored in the server

    Can anyone help me on how to do this? We have thought to do this using a a .bat file but probably there is a better way to do so.

    Thanks in advance.

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    You can run a carte instance on the server and so start jobs and transformation use pan and kitchen to run jobs and transformations.
    Just look for the documentation fe : https://help.pentaho.com/Documentati...and_Line_Tools

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