maven clean install fails with error classpath error: unable to find org.aspectj.lang.JoinPoint

When I run the task I get the follow error:

 

 

03-Jan-2018 13:44:52[ERROR] BUILD ERROR
03-Jan-2018 13:44:52[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
03-Jan-2018 13:44:52[INFO] Compiler errors :
03-Jan-2018 13:44:52error classpath error: unable to find org.aspectj.lang.JoinPoint (check that aspectjrt.jar is in your classpath)
03-Jan-2018 13:44:52 
03-Jan-2018 13:44:52[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
03-Jan-2018 13:44:52[INFO] For more information, run Maven with the -e switch
03-Jan-2018 13:44:52[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
03-Jan-2018 13:44:52[INFO] Total time: 2 seconds
03-Jan-2018 13:44:52[INFO] Finished at: Wed Jan 03 13:44:52 CST 2018
03-Jan-2018 13:44:52[INFO] Final Memory: 34M/354M
03-Jan-2018 13:44:52[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
03-Jan-2018 13:44:52Failing task since return code of [/usr/share/maven2/bin/mvn --batch-mode -Djava.io.tmpdir=/home/cgi/atlassian-bamboo-6.2.3/temp/SIG-SIG-JOB1 clean install] was 1 while expected 0

 

This error occurs only in bamboo, when I compile directly the project works.

 

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Hello @Allam Chaves,

So I can get a better understanding to the issue described, could you please let us know:

  • when I compile directly the project works.
    • Compile directly from where (IDE or Terminal)
    • if from IDE, could you please review if you had aspectjrt.jar available to classpath as an import. If this is the case, you should provide the same to your source code, so it can ben compiled outside the IDE
  • This error occurs only in bamboo
    • could you compile the same project from Terminal and review if the same compiles successfully
      cd /path/to/maven-project
      /usr/share/maven2/bin/mvn clean install
  • are you running your project using Maven2, according to Bamboo's capability (/usr/share/maven2/bin/mvn), this is what seems to be

Kind regards,

Rafael

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