From the IDE -- how do I do the equivalent of the "grails run-app" command?

is there a button somewhere -- or do I still work from the command line?

sorry -- I'm completely new to Idea.

Edited by: sherpa99 on Jun 1, 2008 11:26 PM


To run Grails application you must create Grails run-configuration first (select it among other configurations, like Application or Remote debug). In the same list you may find special run-configuration for Groovy scripts.


excellent -- I got it working. thanks!

I'm curious -- is there a clever way to have the IDE launch a browser instance with the url of my grails application? such as http://localhost:8080/myApp/


I think you better do a feature request for this ( When deploying a WAR/EJB's, it is possible to have IntelliJ open a browser, but not (yet) when doing a run-app.