The problem once again is module directory, maven is not recognising that project… you can also take a look into this program files/java/jdk/bin/java: permission denied
Thanks. let me try it out
@gracebish what do you get when you run the following commands inside your working directory assuming you’re using git bash
1 . ls -la
Windows sometimes is stubborn , you may have to run the command line Interface as Admin , or change he write Access permissions of the user.
Let me know if you find this effective https://www.makeuseof.com/tag/fix-access-denied-folders-windows-10/
hi grace whish operating system are you using,your jdk doesn’t have the required permissions!
@gracebish did you set a java path during installation of jdk? to confirm that run javac -version or javac -v