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Though I have Java enabled in the server, I'm facing java path issue

vijay cvs June 5, 2020

I'm generating war file using Gradle using shell script but  I'm getting the below error.

cd ClaimCenter1003
javac -version
chmod 777
./ warTomcatDbcp

05-Jun-2020 13:22:54ERROR: JAVA_HOME is not set and no 'java' command could be found in your PATH.
05-Jun-2020 13:22:54 
05-Jun-2020 13:22:54Please set the JAVA_HOME variable in your environment to match the
05-Jun-2020 13:22:54location of your Java installation.

Java is set in all the bamboo servers though not working in many server through the console but when I triggered the build from command Line it is working fine. 

The build is working in some servers giving me the output as I needed: 


javac 1.8.0_161
build	05-Jun-2020 13:18:01	Downloading file:/opt/bamboo-agent-home/xml-data/build-dir/GUID-GCCA-VAR/ClaimCenter1003/gradle/wrapper/./
build	05-Jun-2020 13:18:02	.................................................................................
build	05-Jun-2020 13:18:04	
build	05-Jun-2020 13:18:04	Welcome to Gradle 5.1.1!
build	05-Jun-2020 13:18:04	
build	05-Jun-2020 13:18:04	Here are the highlights of this release:
build	05-Jun-2020 13:18:04	 - Control which dependencies can be retrieved from which repositories
build	05-Jun-2020 13:18:04	 - Production-ready configuration avoidance APIs

Build going through when did in CLI


success.pngPlease help me through this. Thank you

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ferdinand izeno February 28, 2021

Find out what user Bamboo is running, if so then try logging in with that user and typing the command "java -version". If you can't, then you have to log in as Root to give access to the Bamboo user.

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