Maven-publish to S3 is broken for Java 11


(Costin caraivan) #1

Hello,

When using Gradle 4.8 to publish to S3, using the early access builds of Java 11, we get this:

Caused by: org.gradle.api.GradleException: Cannot publish to S3 since the module 'java.xml.bind' is not available. Please add "-addmods java.xml.bind '-Dorg.gradle.jvmargs=-addmods java.xml.bind'" to your GRADLE_OPTS.

However, java.xml.bind is no longer included in the JDK, so that recommendation is not correct, we can’t -addmods, as adding it causes the JVM to not start anymore.

I found this solution:

But since this is not an actual build issue, I don’t know where to put the dependencies. The Maven-publish plugin seems to be built-in to Maven, I guess it needs these dependencies added.

Where do I put them?


(Stefan Oehme) #2

We’re gonna upgrade the AWS SDK for Gradle 5.0, which will hopefully get rid of the java.xml.bind dependency.


#3

I’m experiencing this same issue with the release versions of Gradle 4.10.2 and Java 10.0.2. Is there a work around for this issue until Gradle 5 is released?


#4

The work around found for Gradle 4.10.2 and Java 10.0.2 was to put the following on line 2 of my gradlew:

GRADLE_OPTS="--add-modules java.xml.bind '-Dorg.gradle.jvmargs=--add-modules java.xml.bind'"

But with the production release of 11.0.0 (OpenJDK) released this week, this work around no longer works. Does anyone know one that will?