Setting JDK in initialization script

(Mike) #1

I want all of our developers to be on the same JDK and I thought an initialization script would be the place to ensure that. The initialization script documentation says one possible use for initialization scripts is: "Define machine specific details, such as where JDKs are installed."
I assumed this meant that you could set “” in a in the project’s root directory from an initialization script and the daemon would run using that, but that’s not what I’m seeing. The daemon is running against whatever the machine’s JAVA_HOME is set to. Instead I’m having to set compileJava.options.forkOptions.javaHome and test.executable to my JDK – which is something I could do without an initialization script. Am I missing something? How would I use an initialization script to set the JDK?

(Brian Thomas) #2

I have the same question. Don’t see any responses