How to set the JAVA_HOME environment in ADF for an Azure Function

Shabash, Boris 0 Reputation points
2024-03-13T02:13:36.13+00:00

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I'm writing an Azure Function in Python which connects to an IBM informix database. I'm using jaydebeapi as the connection library, and connecting using JDBC. However, when I run the connection code

conn = jaydebeapi.connect(...)

The error I get is No JVM shared library file (libjvm.so) found. Try setting up the JAVA_HOME environment variable properly.

My suspicion is that I need to set the JAVA_HOME variable for the function, but I have no idea how to do so for an Azure Function in ADF, nor where the directory should point to. How would I go about this?

Please don't reply with answers about the ADF linked service to Informix, I know about it, I don't want it, I need to do this via an Azure Functions for reasons.

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  1. Arjun Karthikeyan S 155 Reputation points
    2024-03-13T03:07:31.84+00:00

    Hi Shabash, Boris

    Good day,

    To set the "JAVA_HOME" environment variable, login to portal.azure.com and follow the below steps,

    1. Navigate to your Azure Function's resource.
    2. In the left-hand menu, navigate to Configuration under settings.
    3. Under Application settings, Click on "New Application Setting".
    4. Set the name field as "JAVA_HOME" and value field to the path of your Java installation directory and click on save.

    Once you have saved the changes, restart your Azure Functions.

    Thank you.

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