Bulk Uploads with Kettle


Kettle processes sometimes need to upload files to remote machines. Uploading is usually not much of an issue, since Kettle provides several steps to upload files using different transmission protocols. The upload steps have their limitations however when trying to upload an entire folder structure. None of the built in steps accepts a directory that it . . . → Read More: Bulk Uploads with Kettle

Loops in Kettle Jobs

Kettle Job Loop

Suppose you need to do a file transfer over a less reliable network. Occasionally there may be timeouts or connection resets, in which case you simply would like to wait a bit and retry. Only after 10 retries you are willing to give up and abort the job. It sounds like a typical “loop” was the . . . → Read More: Loops in Kettle Jobs