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ERPE

Build Status

Prerequisites

  • Maven 3 (run mvn --version on the command line to check)
  • An unzipped copy of WildFly 10 (Optional)

More detailed instructions can be found in our Setup Tutorial

Build and deploy (production mode)

To build a .war file and deploy it to the local running WildFly instance:

% mvn clean package wildfly:deploy

Once the above command has completed, you should be able to access the app at the following URL:

http://localhost:8080/erpe

More detailed instructions can be found here

Code and Refresh (development mode)

Using GWT's Super Dev Mode, it is possible to instantly view changes to client-side code by simply refreshing the browser window.

http://localhost:8080/erpe

Code and Refresh (development mode)

Using GWT's Super Dev Mode, it is possible to instantly view changes to client-side code simply by refreshing the browser window.

If you're using the Google Plugin for Eclipse or IntelliJ Ultimate Edition follow these instructions to start development mode.

Alternatively, you should be able to start the demo in development mode with this single command:

% mvn clean gwt:run

When the GWT Dev Mode window opens, press "Launch Default Browser" to start the app. You can now debug client-side code directly in the browser using source maps (make sure source maps are enabled in your browser). Alternatively, you can also configure a debug environment for Eclipse by installing

To debug server-side code, set up a remote debugger on port 8001. Then:

  • Run mvn clean gwt:debug
  • Start your remote debugger
  • Press "Launch Default Browser"

See our development guide here for more instructions on setting up dev mode and other details.

Tests

You can run unit tests by running the following command at the command prompt:

mvn clean test

You can run integration tests by running the following command at the command prompt:

mvn clean verify -P integration-test

Troubleshooting

Here are some resources that may help if you encounter difficulties:

  • [email: daniel korbel](masterdany88 at gmail.com)
  • FAQ
  • Forum
  • IRC : #errai @ freenode
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