Using named parameters and command-line arguments in transformations

As you know, transformations accept both arguments from the command line and named parameters. When you run a transformation from Spoon, you supply the values for arguments and named parameters in the transformation dialog window that shows up when you launch the execution. From a terminal window, you provide those values in the Pan command line.

In this chapter you learned to run a transformation embedded in a job. Here, the methods you have for supplying named parameters and arguments needed by the transformation are quite similar. From Spoon you supply the values in the job dialog window that shows up when you launch the job execution. From the terminal window you provide ...

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