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How to use Oracle JAVA and Open JDK on same Bamboo machine to execute Bamboo tasks

Hi Team,

We have already Bamboo running on Oracle JAVA where it is used for some Bamboo tasks execution too.

Now we have new Bamboo tasks which are need to run on Open JDK on same Bamboo instance . Some one please guide me how to run Bamboo tasks which includes to execute on Open JDK and Oracle JAVA. 

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You can define different JDK as different capabilities at Agent settings.

Then you can use those capabilities when configure tasks

Thank you @Alexey Chystoprudov  for quick reply,

We have only default Agent , no other agents. So can we run on same agent with 2 different JAVA capabilities?

Like Deleted user likes this

I guess you say default for local agent, do you? In such case you need to add JDK to Server capabilities, see BAMBOO_URL/admin/agent/configureSharedLocalCapabilities.action

Like Steffen Opel _Utoolity_ likes this

Yes. You can execute different versions of java on a single agent. I don't see an issue.

Thank you all for your reply. I will check and post again in case of any issues. 

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