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Instant Pentaho Data Integration Kitchen by Sergio Ramazzina

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Executing PDI jobs from the repository (Simple)

This recipe guides you through starting PDI jobs using Kitchen by assuming that PDI jobs are stored in the PDI repository. We will learn how to start simple jobs both with and without a set of input parameters previously defined in the job.

There are different versions of repositories that you can use depending on your needs: filesystem, database, and Pentaho repository.

  • The filesystem repository is a very easy form of repository; it lets you store your files at a specified location in the filesystem.
  • The database repository is another simple form repository that uses database tables as a way to have a unique central objects store. It is usually an authenticated repository and does not have any kind ...

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