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It turns out the process WAS running in parallel but the windows script commands within the batch file that was being called were not actually being executed. Once i assimilated those commands directly into a system call from within TalenD instead of calling the batch file everything started working the way i expected.
you could start 3 new programs with tSystem. Look at the following link:
http://www.talendforge.org/forum/viewto … ?pid=34525
Talend OS 3.2.2.r33000 on a Windows server. I have built a java process that listens for emails and exectutes various child jobs based on the subject line. I have been trying to get the child jobs to run in parallel but so far they have continued to run sequentially. I have the listener process as the main job set to allow multi-threaded execution as well as each child job. The iterate row between tPop widget and tFileInput set to parallel 4. As some of the child jobs take 2 plus hours running them in sequence may not be feasible.
Is there something else that I should be doing to get the driving process NOT to wait on a child job?