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How to use java -jar in yml file.

Hi,

I have a runnable jar in my repository, and want to execute through pipeline configuration, no idea how to do this. Can any one help me.

2 answers

Too run jar you need this steps

https://askubuntu.com/a/291514

Seems you need to run it on bash file with java command

script:
- bash myRunJar.sh

 myRunJar.sh

#!/bin/bash
sudo apt-get install binfmt-support
chmod a
+rx myjar.jar

result=$(./myjar.jar)
echo "$result"

Hi, i tried but not find access, error myjar.jar file not found, as per my structure my jar file is in root , can you tell me how can i find my jar path dynamically.

To get path where the bash is currently:

- echo $(pwd)

to see all structure of files in the folder:

script:
- sudo apt-get update -y
- sudo apt-get install -y tree
- tree

To move your file from /root folder to current folder:

script:
- mv -v $HOME/myjar.txt $(pwd)

 To see result run:

script:
- tree

or

script:
- echo $(ls)

 _________________________________________________________________________________________

In result:

script:
- echo $(pwd)
- sudo apt-get update -y
- sudo apt-get install -y tree
- mv -v $HOME/myjar.txt $(pwd)
- tree
- echo $(ls)
- sudo apt-get install binfmt-support
- chmod a
+rx myjar.jar

- result=$(./myjar.jar)
- echo "$result"

Hi, i tried but not find access, error myjar.jar file not found, as per my structure my jar file is in root , can you tell me how can i find my jar path dynamically.

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