after a few days of pondering around google I give up.
Running Tika-Server with command line works fine and Tika-Server starts responding on http://localhost:9998:
java -jar tika-server-2.0.0-SNAPSHOT.jar
Following this guide (with appropriate changes to scripts, paths and jar names ofc) Tika-Server is not responding on http://localhost:9998. I have used option with logging from this guide (at the bottom) and output to log file is the same as is when Tika-Server is run with command line.
Service does not show up with command
systemctl | grep running
but it shows up with command
systemctl list-unit-files | grep enabled
I have also tried to run java service via init.d path, but it didnt work.
What am I missing?