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Converting POJOs to Pentaho meta objects and then passing to a Kettle transformation

This extends the tutorials on Pentaho DI 1) Part 1: Pentaho with user defined Java transformer tutorial. 2) Part 2: Invoking a Pentaho DI (i.e. Kettle) transformation from Java. 2) Part 3: Passing Pentaho DI (i.e. … Read more ›...

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Invoking a Pentaho DI (i.e. Kettle) transformation from Java

Step 1: Assumes that you have gone through the Part-1: Pentaho with user defined Java transformer tutorial. In this tutorial, we will execute the ETL transformation created via Kettle in Part-1. Step 2: The “pom.xml” file to include Pentaho Data Integration (i.e. … Read more ›...

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Passing Pentaho DI (i.e. Kettle) rows of data to Java layer (i.e. POJOs)

This extends the tutorials on Pentaho DI 1) Part 1: Pentaho with user defined Java transformer tutorial. 2) Part 2: Invoking a Pentaho DI (i.e. Kettle) transformation from Java. Step 1: Modify the flow in “Part 1” … Read more ›...

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Pentaho with user defined Java transformer tutorial

What is Pentaho Data Integration (aka Kettle)? Pentaho Data Integration (or Kettle) delivers Extraction, Transformation, and Loading (ETL) feature. Similar to what Spring batch does, but Kettle has a graphical interface. In this tutorial, the transformer is defined as a user defined Java class. Step 1: Download Pentaho Data Integration...

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