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Gradle not found error

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Hi, My name is Nasibulloh. I am configuring bitbucket-pipelines.yml. My project is using Java 11 and Gradle 6.2. When I push my changes to the bitbucket, pipelines are returning an error. Gradle was not found error. Could you help me to solve it, please?

image: openjdk:11

pipelines:
default: #this runs for any unspecified branches
- step:
name: Install dependencies
caches:
- gradle
script:
- echo 'Put any bash command here'
- java -version
- step:
name: Run tests
script:
- bash ./gradlew test
- step:
name: Build artifacts
script:
- bash ./gradlew clean build
artifacts:
- build/**

pull-requests:
'**': #this runs as default for any branch not elsewhere defined
- step:
name: Install dependencies
caches:
- gradle
script:
- echo 'Put any bash command here'
- java -version
- step:
name: Run tests
script:
- bash ./gradlew test
- step:
name: Build artifacts
script:
- bash ./gradlew clean build
artifacts:
- build/**

branches:
master: #this runs only 'master' branch
- step:
name: Install dependencies
caches:
- gradle
script:
- echo 'Put any bash command here'
- java -version
- step:
name: Run tests
script:
- bash ./gradlew test
- step:
name: Build artifacts
script:
- bash ./gradlew clean build
artifacts:
- build/**

- step:
name: Deploy artifacts to the server
deployment: production
script:
- pipe: atlassian/scp-deploy:0.3.3
variables:
USER: $SERVER_USER
SERVER: $SERVER_IP
VERSION: $BUILD_VERSION
REMOTE_PATH: '/var/autotrack'
LOCAL_PATH: 'build/libs/autotrack-$VERSION.jar'

 

Error: bash ./gradlew test bash

./gradlew test bash: ./gradlew: No such file or directory 

1 comment

The image `openjdk:11` contains only JDK, not gradle.
To use Gradle with it, you need to commit the Gradle Wrapper into the git repository as described here. Having done so, when the pipeline runs, Gradle Wrapper (./gradlew) will download Gradle distribution.

Yes, you are right. I did not know about the openjdk:11 image does not contain Gradle. I already fixed it, I used another image for it. Thank you for your answer @Radek Antoniuk  

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