Tuesday, 3 March 2009

Gsp reloading for other environments

Gsp reloading does not happen on environments other than development. To get around this you can either pass in a command line argument of -Dgrails.gsp.enable.reload=true or put grails.gsp.enable.reload=true into the environment config for the environment that you want gsp reloading.

This came to light because we do not use production data in our development environment but sometimes it's useful to have production data to test with or to work out a bug. We have a separate environment config for the times we want to run with prod data so this little flag has become a life-saver.

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