Category Archives: Grails

How to solve: ** java.lang.instrument ASSERTION FAILED ***: “!errorOutstanding” with message transform method call failed at ../../../src/share/instrument/JPLISAgent.c line:

Hi, as I tested some memory intensive, recursive functions with GGTS 3.6 and Grails 2.4, execution was interrupted with the following error message: While this error message is not really helpful to find the root cause, I guess it has … Continue reading

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Debugging in GGTS fails with: Error – your app path – does not appear to be part of a Grails application.

Hi, recently I worked on a Grails 2.4.x project in GGTS 3.6. After some coding, refactoring and reconfiguration, debugging stopped working with the following error message: The weird thing was, that grails run-app still worked, while only debugging wasn’t possible anymore. … Continue reading

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Deploy a Grails App on AWS Beanstalk

Hi, sometimes I use AWS Beanstalk to host my Grails apps. It’s convenient, especially when it comes to managed databases, and it fulfills its purpose with a reasonable price tag. Here, you will find a nice description about how to deploy a … Continue reading

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Get a URL Mappings Report in Grails 2.3

With Grails 2.3 you can get a report about your URL Mappings. To get the report, just execute: grails url-mappings-report Then you will get an output similar to this: |Loading Grails 2.3.7 |Configuring classpath |Environment set to development |URL Mappings … Continue reading

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Install Plugins in Grails 2.3

With Grails 2.3 the known Plugin manager is not longer available. To install a plugin, just follow these steps: – add the plugin to: BuildConfig.groovy – execute: grails run-app If you end up with some errors, then – execute: grails refresh-dependencies HTH Johannes

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Log Raw HTTP Requests/Responses for better Debugging of the REST API (Part 4)

In my previous three blogs, I wrote about creating a REST service, how to exclude properties and to customize the response of the RESTService API. In this blog, I want to show a simple but effective method to log all … Continue reading

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