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Maven, Java 8 and the newest SoapUi-Version

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Maven, Java 8 and the newest SoapUi-Version

Hello,

 

is still possible to run the newest SoapUi-Version on Bamboo with Maven and Java 8?

Can someone provide a pom which is actually working?

 

Thank you and have a nice day

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Re: Maven, Java 8 and the newest SoapUi-Version

Hi @Cekay,


Starting from ver. 3.1.0, ReadyAPI uses Java 12. So, you need to force Maven to use Java 12.

For this, you need to change the %JAVA_HOME% environment variable. Please see the corresponding articles about this:
Installing the JDK Software and Setting JAVA_HOME 
Setting the JAVA_HOME Variable in Windows 
Compiling Sources Using A Different JDK

If you don't have Java 12 installed yet, you can use this link for downloading it.


Julia

Customer Care Team

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Re: Maven, Java 8 and the newest SoapUi-Version

@Cekay :

 

You can refer below link in order to integrate maven with readyapi

 

https://support.smartbear.com/readyapi/docs/integrations/maven/index.html#:~:text=To%20run%20ReadyAP...

 


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Himanshu Tayal
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Re: Maven, Java 8 and the newest SoapUi-Version

Hello

Thank you for your reply but unfortunately this page doesn't help.

 

I need to know if this specific combination is still possible.

Over the last 6 months I tried different solutions from the web but nothing helps. As soon as I set the version in Maven to 3.1.0 the build is not working anymore.

 

That why I wanted to know if I there is someone out there who uses SoapUi with Maven and Java8 on Bamboo.

 

 

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Re: Maven, Java 8 and the newest SoapUi-Version

Hi @Cekay,


Starting from ver. 3.1.0, ReadyAPI uses Java 12. So, you need to force Maven to use Java 12.

For this, you need to change the %JAVA_HOME% environment variable. Please see the corresponding articles about this:
Installing the JDK Software and Setting JAVA_HOME 
Setting the JAVA_HOME Variable in Windows 
Compiling Sources Using A Different JDK

If you don't have Java 12 installed yet, you can use this link for downloading it.


Julia

Customer Care Team

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