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Instant Pentaho Data Integration Kitchen by Sergio Ramazzina

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Discovering your PDI repository from the command line (Simple)

This recipe guides you through discovering the structure and content of your PDI repository using the PDI command-line tools. We can know anything about the repository from the command line: we can view the list of available repositories, or view the list of directories in the repository, view the list of jobs or transformations in the specified directory. This recipe will work the same for both Kitchen and Pan, with the exception of the listing of jobs and transformations in a repository's directory; the first works with Kitchen and the second with Pan.

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To get ready for this recipe, you need to check that the JAVA_HOME environment variable is set properly and then configure ...

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