Failed to setup OpenMRS instance


(Daniel Kayiwa) #41

I mean your working directory. pwd


(Irene Nyakate) #42

@odorajonathan use that command @dkayiwa posted to check the folder you are running the command from and let me know


(JONATHAN AJAL ODORA) #43

ok running the command now


(JONATHAN AJAL ODORA) #44

I have failed to see it, can’t trace it even after running the command in my cmd


(Irene Nyakate) #45

@odorajonathan type pwd in the commandline


(JONATHAN AJAL ODORA) #46

says not recognized as program or batch file


(Irene Nyakate) #47

Which terminal are you using? because normally that command is almost universal . Are you running windows or linux or mac OS


(JONATHAN AJAL ODORA) #48

windows in fact 10 on the cmd


(Irene Nyakate) #49

And so when you type pwd on the command line nothing shows


(JONATHAN AJAL ODORA) #50


(Juliet Wamalwa) #51

Use git bash.Type “pwd command” what is the output?


(Irene Nyakate) #52

can you try to run this command mvn openmrs-sdk:run and see what happens


(JONATHAN AJAL ODORA) #53

is this what we are looking for

MINGW64__c_Users_Admin%201_23_2019%203_50_51%20PM


(Juliet Wamalwa) #54

Perfect. So your working directory is C/Users/Admin. That is what @dkayiwa was asking


(JONATHAN AJAL ODORA) #55

then why would cmd not accept? but anyway @dkayiwa what was the reason for knowing that, I still had a failure running the project from wiki


(Daniel Kayiwa) #56

Did you see what @irenyak1 posted?


(JONATHAN AJAL ODORA) #57

been trying says I have a build failure https://pastebin.com/b0hu02eF again


(Daniel Kayiwa) #58

What is the output of this command? mvn -v


(JONATHAN AJAL ODORA) #59


(Daniel Kayiwa) #60

Can you use a lower version of maven like 3.3.9