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Bamboo 6.3.1 Task -Add Maven 3.x configuration using java

Hi I'm using Bamboo Specs for creating plans in automated manner. So how can I add maven 3.x configuration in Tasks using Java code.

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This can be achieved with the Task: Maven Bamboo Specs syntax for Java, for example:

MavenTask mavenTask = new MavenTask()
    .goal("clean install")
    .hasTests(false)
    .version3()
    .jdk("JDK 1.8")
    .executableLabel("Maven 3.2");

Hi,

Thanks for the assistance. When I'm using this it throws error like 

Maven task: Can't find executable by label: 'Maven 3.x'. Available values: []

How can I resolve this in code?

The best way is to define executables from the UI as described here.

Go to *Overview -> Executables* and check if the respective agent's  Maven installation location is defined right.

Thanks, it works!!! Is there any alternative to set executables from code?

Hello, does Bamboo have a plugin for the Laravel framework?

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