Andreas Eberhöfer commented on NETBEANS-2622:

Sorry my description was not so good. Maybe a Screenshot helps to clarify. You 
can see that the build was successful and in the Java Dependencies is my JDK 
11, but the editor shows an error, because it can not find the symbol 
"of(String)" which is part of JDK 11. I started the IDE with Java 10, when I 
configure Java 11 in etc/netbeans.conf everything is good. So for me it seams, 
that the IDE only use the default JDK and not the one that I have configured 
for the project.


> gradle project seams always taken the default JDK
> -------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: NETBEANS-2622
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NETBEANS-2622
>             Project: NetBeans
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: projects - Gradle
>    Affects Versions: 11.0
>            Reporter: Andreas Eberhöfer
>            Assignee: Laszlo Kishalmi
>            Priority: Minor
>         Attachments: JDKTest.tar.gz, netbeans_jdk.png
> Hi,
> 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 compiles. 
> 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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