Andreas Eberhöfer created NETBEANS-2622:

             Summary: gradle project seams always taken the default JDK
                 Key: NETBEANS-2622
             Project: NetBeans
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: gradle
    Affects Versions: 11.0
            Reporter: Andreas Eberhöfer

I start netbeans with JDK 10, set in the `etc/netbeans.conf` the jdkhome path. 
Now I create a new gradle project and set in the `build.gradle` 

sourceCompatibility = 11
targetCompatibility = 11

In my code I use a JDK 11 API like

Path p = Path.of(".");
This won't compile. 

I added a JDK 11 to netbeans and change under `Properies->Build->Compile->Java 
Platform` to JDK 11. It still does not compile. 
After a restart, it still does not compile.

 I changed the jdkhome in `etc/netbeans.conf` to the JDK 11. After a restart it 
Not a big deal, but maybe you should have a look at it. To me it seams like 
gradle project always takes the default JDK.

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