I know this might seem pretty obivous to those that use Kettle frequently, but there’s a VERY easy way to execute Kettle jobs at the command line. Kitchen is the command line interface and is quite convenient for executing that ETL job you’ve built. Crontab anyone?
kitchen.bat /file:”c:\dir\jira_do_everything.kjb” (from comments below, thanks!!!)
Does anyone use kitchen or pan and have any best practices or suggestions to offer?