How do I add a dependency in Grails?
- group – The group of the dependency.
- name – The name of the dependency.
- version – The version of the dependency.
- repository – The repository to resolve from.
- dir – The target directory to resolve JAR files to.
How do I add plugins to Grails?
You can also install plugins using the install-plugin Grails target. To do that, press Ctrl+Alt+G , and in the Run Grails Target dialog box type install-plugin <plugin name> .
How do you update Grails?
- Install the new version of Grails.
- Read release notes for this version and apply them.
- Bump up the version number using grails set-version.
- Update IDE settings.
- Do grails clean/grails clean-all.
- Run all tests.
- Do some “smoke tests” of the application.
How do you run Grails?
Deploying and Running a Grails Application
- Go to the application directory. For example, go to the as-install /grails/samples/helloworld directory.
- Run the grails run-app command. The grails run-app command starts the Enterprise Server in the background and runs the application in one step. You don’t need to create a WAR file or deploy your application.
How do I debug Grails app?
Do the following:
- launch grails with the -debug option grails -debug run-app.
- create Remote Java Application debug configuration in Eclipse and set port to 5005.
- enjoy breakpoints and step-by-step debugging.
How do you make a Grails project?
Go to start.grails.org and use the Grails Application Forge to generate your Grails project. You can choose your project type (Application or Plugin), pick a version of Grails, and choose a Profile – then click “Generate Project” to download a ZIP file. No Grails installation necessary!
What is bootstrap groovy?
This “bootstrap. groovy” is present inside the grails-app/conf folder. It is used to define a code whenever the application performs any function.
What is Gorm Java?
GORM is the data access toolkit used by Grails and provides a rich set of APIs for accessing relational and non-relational data including implementations for Hibernate (SQL), MongoDB, Neo4j, Cassandra, an in-memory ConcurrentHashMap for testing and an automatic GraphQL schema generator.