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  • #16
    Originally posted by nithya.krishnan View Post
    I would like to get my application in cloud can u give me some useful links illustrating this.especially db connectivity,
    Take a look at cloud foundry and its grails support. See
    http://grails.org/plugin/cloud-foundry
    and
    http://docs.cloudfoundry.com/framewo...ng/grails.html

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    • #17
      Originally posted by nithya.krishnan View Post
      Thank you so much,Andrew Eisenberg for your replies,Currently i can run my application without any compilation errors

      grails run-app -https from command line

      http://localhost:8080/home and http://localhost:8443/home

      when i create a tc server instance i am not able to view this could you please help

      whether i have to build my app using -https how i can create such a instance.I am not sure on this.

      Thanks & Regards,
      Nithya.
      This question is outside my area of expertise. Please ask the question on the grails forum.

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      • #18
        Updating projects is possible. There is a command 'grails upgrade'. However, the command is not 'magic' and upgraded projects more often than not do need you to manually fix things before they will actually work.

        If the project is known to be a 1.3.7 project I think you should start by importing it as such. When you are confident is working as a 1.3.7 project, you can try upgrading to 2.0.4 after that. Trying to do too many things at once, it is much harder to tell what is causing your problems. Is it some problem importing, is it the wrong grails version, a problem with project, a problem in incorrect migration to 2.0.4?

        How can we tell?

        Take it one step at a time.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Kris De Volder View Post
          Updating projects is possible. There is a command 'grails upgrade'. However, the command is not 'magic' and upgraded projects more often than not do need you to manually fix things before they will actually work.

          If the project is known to be a 1.3.7 project I think you should start by importing it as such. When you are confident is working as a 1.3.7 project, you can try upgrading to 2.0.4 after that. Trying to do too many things at once, it is much harder to tell what is causing your problems. Is it some problem importing, is it the wrong grails version, a problem with project, a problem in incorrect migration to 2.0.4?

          How can we tell?

          Take it one step at a time.
          Hi Kris De Volder,

          Thanks for the reply,

          My error in project solved when i changed jdk to 6,Currently my project is grails 1.3.7 I have not upgraded the project When i am creating instance of TC server it is not running.

          Thanks & Regards,
          Nithya.

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          • #20
            > My error in project solved when i changed jdk to 6,Currently my project is grails 1.3.7 I have not upgraded the project When i am > creating instance of TC server it is not running.

            Without some more specific information, nobody is going to be able to help you. Do you have error messages? How did you create the server instance? How did you deploy the app?

            Anyway... following 'one step at a time' philosophy, maybe first try running your app with Grails 'run-app' before trying to deploy it. You get a faster turnaround with run-app and can confirm the app is working or not before trying to deploy it to an actual server.

            To run with run app, Right click on the project and select "Run As >> Grails Command (run-app)"

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