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Instant Pentaho Data Integration Kitchen by Sergio Ramazzina

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Managing PDI processes return code (Simple)

This recipe covers an important aspect related to getting the return code that was obtained from the execution of our jobs. It gives you some advice on how to get it so that it could be used to determine if everything is going as expected. This recipe will work the same for both Kitchen and Pan; the only difference is in the name of the script's file used to start the process.

Getting ready

To get ready for this recipe, you need to check that the JAVA_HOME environment variable is set properly and then configure your environment variables so that the Kitchen script can start from anywhere without specifying the complete path to your PDI home directory. For details about these checks, refer to the recipe ...

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