Spring tc Server Support in IDEA
tc Server plugin provides a decent support for Developer, Standard and Spring editions of tc Server 2.0:
- Running and debugging applications on local and remote server instances
- Starting and stopping local server
- Managing JVM parameters
- Accessing server logs at run-time
- Easily updating your application on the server
- Opening application web page in a browser
To get started, click File | Settings | Application Servers, then add a new Sping tc Server application server and specify its home directory:
Then, choose a server instance. By default server has a single called tomcat-***, and Developer Edition provides spring-insight-instance supplied with Spring Insight. You may also create another instance, specifying its name and optionally a template to enable some additional features. To get Spring Insight support in a new instance you should use spring-insight-instance server folder as a template.
Now it’s time to create a run configuration. For local one, we just need to pick an application server:
Remote run configuration needs server JMX and HTTP ports and staging protocol instead:
Finally, we go to Deployment tab and configure artifacts and corresponding web paths.
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