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Monthly Archives: October 2013
If you want to use Grails 2.3.0 and Hibernate 4.x, you will notice that a lot of the Grails plugins cannot be used, because they depend on Hibernate 3.x. One of these candidates is the Grails ElasticSearch plugin. Here I … Continue reading
I am using Grails 2.3.0 and Hibernate4 in my project. As a downside, I struggle with a lot of plugins, which are not yet ready for Grails 2.3.0. The plugins need some modifications and I a recap in plugin development. … Continue reading
If you like to use the famous searchable plugin (ver. 0.6.4) with Grails 2.3.0 and Hibernate 4.x and you follow the standard installation instruction, then you will end with the following error: and you are stuck.
If you get this error: and a clean or refresh-dependencies do not help, then delete ./target and its sub-directories. HTH to save you some time.
If you want to use the Elasticsearch plugin with Grails 2.3.0 and Hibernate 4.x as I do, be warned. AFAIK, the Elasticsearch plugin depends on Hibernate 3 and Hibernate 4.x is not backwards compatible.
Fortunately, there exist several approaches and plugins to realize a search in Grails: Searchable Plugin Hibernate Search Plugin Elasticsearch Plugin Solr Plugin Search in Grails was a topic on the GR8Conf Europe 2013. If you ever wondered, which one is … Continue reading