This reference documentation offers an in-depth description of the behavior and configuration options of the Paketo Java Native Image Buildpack. For explanations of how to use the buildpack for several common use-cases, see the Paketo Java Native Image Buildpack How To documentation.
The [Paketo Java Native Image Buildpack][bp/java-native-image] allows users to create an image containing a GraalVM native image application. The Java Native Image Buildpack supports the same build tools and configuration options as the Java Buildpack. The build must produce an executable jar.
For all native image builds, it is required that:
BP_NATIVE_IMAGEis set at build time.
For Spring Boot applications, it is required that:
The following component buildpacks compose the Paketo Java Native Image Buildpack.
|Paketo CA Certificates Buildpack||Optional||Adds CA certificates to the system truststore at build and runtime.|
|Paketo GraalVM Buildpack||Required||Provides the GraalVM JDK and Native Image Substrate VM.|
|Paketo Gradle Buildpack||Optional||Builds Gradle-based applications from source.|
|Paketo Leiningen Buildpack||Optional||Builds Leiningen-based applications from source.|
|Paketo Maven Buildpack||Optional||Builds Maven-based applications from source.|
|Paketo SBT Buildpack||Optional||Builds SBT-based applications from source.|
|Paketo Executable JAR Buildpack||Optional||Contributes a process Type that launches an executable JAR.|
|Paketo Spring Boot Buildpack||Optional||Contributes configuration and metadata to Spring Boot applications.|
|Paketo Native Image Buildpack||Required||Creates a native image from a JVM application.|
|Paketo Procfile Buildpack||Optional||Allows the application to define or redefine process types with a Procfile|
|Paketo Environment Variables Buildpack||Optional||Contributes arbitrary user-provided environment variables to the image.|
|Paketo Image Labels Buildpack||Optional||Contributes OCI-specific and arbitrary user-provided labels to the image.|
Last modified: March 16, 2023