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External process Invoking shell script with java

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We have a shell script RunIndexer.sh with the following content. The indexer.jar application takes two parameters which are true and true.

java -jar indexer.jar true true

Executing the shell script from the shell works perfectly fine. But when we have Informatica invoke it, it does not seem to be doing anything. I played a bit with the script and found that Informatica is able to invoke java and is able to see indexer.jar; but the application does not get executed at all. I checked for it in ps -ef as well.

What could be happening? Thank you

posted Oct 8, 2014 by Sachin

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When executing the shell script from Informatica Command Task or Post Session, you have to make a note of these points: 1. Give absolute path to that script. 2. Don't forget to explicitly mention the shell name in which you want your script to run in i.e.(#!/bin/sh/). 3. One more thing can be checked if the user from which informatica is trying to run script has the permissions to run java code.

answer Oct 13, 2014 by Shweta Singh
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