I'm currently evaluating Groovy and Grails + JetGroovy for a new project that is built on top of existing EJBs. The plan is to deploy the grails application to the same app server (JBoss) as the EJBs, so I don't want to package the depending libraries (jboss client, ejb client) into the grails-app/lib folder. As long as I stick to the command line, this is not an issue: I simply add the jar files to the classpath environment variable and voila, everything works fine. But when starting the application from JetGroovy, using a default grails debug configuration, I get an error saying that the imports from these libraries cannot be resolved. What I have done so far is that I have added the required jar files as project libraries, and IDEA can resolve them and even provides code completion... Any hint how I can includ the project libs in the grails runtime configuration classpath?
Thanks for your help