CLion 2019.3 Help

Deployment

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On this page, create, edit, and delete server access configurations and server groups that give you control over interaction between CLion and servers. Anytime you are going to use a server, you need to define a server access configuration, no matter whether your server is on a remote host or on your computer. See Synchronization with Web Server for details on working with server access configurations and Organizing Servers Into Groups for details on working with server groups.

Toolbar icons and context menu commands

Use the toolbar buttons and context menu commands to manage the list of configurations and server groups.

The left-hand pane shows a list of all the server access configurations and server groups available in CLion. When you select an item, the right-hand pane shows the configuration details.

Item

Tooltip and shortcut

Description

Add button

Add

Insert

Click this button and select the desired item from the list to define a new configuration or server group. The following options are available:

  • FTP: choose this option to have CLion access the server via the FTP file transfer protocol.

  • SFTP: choose this option to have CLion access the server via the SFTP file transfer protocol.

  • FTPS: choose this option to have CLion access the server via the FTP file transfer protocol over SSL (the FTPS extension).

  • Local or mounted folder: choose this option if the Web server is running in a local or a mounted folder and its document root is NOT the parent of the project root.

  • In-place: choose this option if the Web server is running on your computer, your project is under its document root, and you do your development directly on the server.

  • Server group: choose this option to create a server group, which lets you group server configurations together and work with them as with a single entity. See Organizing Servers Into Groups for details.

Remove button

Delete

Click this button to remove the selected configuration or server group from the list. Note that removing a server group also removes the contained servers.

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Use as Default

Click this button to have CLion apply the settings of the selected configuration or server group by default during automatic upload of changed files.

Duplicate button

Duplicate

Ctrl+D

Select this command from the context menu to duplicate the selected configuration or server group.

Rename

Shift+F6

Select this command from the context menu to rename the selected configuration or server group.

Last modified: 12 December 2019