This is my first time using Anaplan connect. I am running a basic authentication to execute an import list action on Windows.
Below is my script:
@echo off rem This example loads a source text file and runs an Anaplan import into a module. rem For details of how to configure this script see doc\Anaplan Connect User Guide.doc set AnaplanUser="firstname.lastname@example.org:mypassword" set WorkspaceId="8a81b08e664b157b0166a7dcefb7597d" set ModelId="E72AA61272A8496AB1C91B558A2E30AE" set Operation=-file "EmployeesTest.csv" -put "C:\Users\jonathan.edwards\Documents\EmployeesTest.csv" -import "Employees from EmployeesTest.csv" -execute -output "C:\Users\jonathan.edwards\Documents\My Errors.txt" rem *** End of settings - Do not edit below this line *** setlocal enableextensions enabledelayedexpansion || exit /b 1 cd %~dp0 if not %AnaplanUser% == "" set Credentials=-user %AnaplanUser% set Command=.\AnaplanClient.bat %Credentials% -workspace %WorkspaceId% -model %ModelId% %Operation% @echo %Command% cmd /c %Command% pause
I receive the following error when it runs:
.\AnaplanClient.bat -user "email@example.com:mypassword" -workspace "8a81b08e664b157b0166a7dcefb7597d" -model "E72AA61272A8496AB1C91B558A2E30AE" -file "EmployeesTest.csv" -put "C:\Users\jonathan.edwards\Documents\EmployeesTest.csv" -import "Employees from EmployeesTest.csv" -execute -output "C:\Users\jonathan.edwards\Documents\My Errors.txt" Absolute path to JAVA 8 executable not provided. Will attempt to figure out path from JAVA_HOME or Windows registry... JAVA_HOME is not defined, will attempt to fetch value from registry... Checking Windows Registry for Java Version... ERROR: Cannot determine Java version. Press any key to continue . . .
After it runs, it does not complete the import. What do I need to do to fix this error? Any help is appreciated.
I looks like your JAVA_HOME environment variable has not been configured. If you have installed Java already, you may just need to set the variable. If you do a quick google of set java_home environment variable there are plenty of guides available.
Hi Jonathan - there are two options: you can update the variable definition in the anaplan client (AnaplanClient.bat) from %JAVA_HOME% to !JAVA_HOME! in line 42 (screenshot attached) or alternatively set JAVA_HOME="Your Java location" in your environmental variables as mentioned.
The issue is that Anaplan Connect 1.4+ has a hard time finding the correct Java installation location. By setting the location in the script, or modifying the AnaplanClient.bat file, you allow Anaplan Connect v1.4+ to locate the Java installation successfully and complete the script.