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CAP MTA Java Project - Local Database is used on CF

Hello community,

I started a CAP Java project and turned it into a MTA project, you can find it here.

I deployed my db module and my srv module with cf deploy command to my CF account and used cf env to create my default-env.json.

The deployment is running without any errors.

If I start my srv application my service is still running against my local sqllite database:

I attched the compete log file.cockpitcap-srv-2020-05-02-22-10-458430000.txt

What must I do, that my HANA database is used on CF and not my local sqlite database?

Before I turned my project into a MTA project I used cf push and a manifest.yaml for the deployment and it was working fine.

Best Regards,

Chris

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  • Posted on May 03 at 08:19 AM

    Not sure why you are using default-env.json when you are running the srv module on cf.

    Seeing your package.json, Hana will be linked if the production profile is active, which should be the case however on cf. Could you check the environment variable NODE_ENV in your srv app on cf? What is it’s value?

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