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

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

ls
cd ClaimCenter1003
javac -version
chmod 777 gwb.sh
./gwb.sh 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/./gradle.zip
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

1 answer

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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