Implementing a Java program with arguments in Talend

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I have a Java program which takes input from 15k lines to give an output of 1500k lines. It takes 4 input arguments which are Name of the input file, Name of the output file, int, and int. 

The program is executing perfectly, but my problem is, now I have to execute this program in Talend and this is the first time I am working with it. 

Is it even possible to implement the entire Java code in Talend without making any changes to it?

Apr 18, 2018 in Talend by misc.edu04
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Yes, this possible in Talend, all you need to do is to package the entire code into a runnable format. Suppose if you have converted the code into Jar files, then you can easily invoke it using either tSystem or tLibrary component. It's as simple as that. Hope it helps!

answered Apr 18, 2018 by code.reaper12
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