My project did see openJDK that I installed. What could be the problem

To simplify the problem I found analogical one. Let say you clone the project ( for example this one https://github.com/ignl/BinarySearchTrees )
It use libs from open jdk

https://gyazo.com/47773b9d8f39e7d8be195da83f77441f

Okey I intstall openJDK from here https://github.com/ojdkbuild/ojdkbuild
( I use intellij idea last edition community edition ) I press ctrl + alt+ shift + s and connect the jdk with my project
https://gyazo.com/810cf4bafec0cefc92481cad6c30d4d8
and still it don't work... what could be the problem please help !
SunnyXAsked:
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gheistConnect With a Mentor Commented:
JAVA_HOME overrides other JVMs at random places. To my best knowledge this E-E Q/A is online.
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phoffricCommented:
I see that you use gyazo. From a long-term perspective, we find that often such links including dropbox go stale after awhile. If you are having any problems including your files/pictures here in the OP or in your post, ask a mod to give you assistance.

Also, some experts may simply not want to click on the cloud links.
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Duncan RoeSoftware DeveloperCommented:
Why didn't you just fetch JDK from the oracle website?
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SunnyXAuthor Commented:
because I wanna use open jdk
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gheistCommented:
For all your OpenJDK and plugin-free needs let me suggest Azul Zulu JDK on Windows.
IntelliJ needs JAVA_HOME set to java you want it to use.
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SunnyXAuthor Commented:
could you give me link for detail what are you mean exactly ? Found this is one but it seems that it JAVA_HOME set related to Gradle JVM config.
Thx in advance and thx for your reply
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SunnyXAuthor Commented:
this is the pics the same from gyazo.com that I posted earlier
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47773b9d8f39e7d8be195da83f77441f.png
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