From the Run/Debug Configurations dialog: Configure when editing a run/debug configuration for an application server.
Use this page or dialog to manage configurations for the supported application servers and their settings.
The servers that are already defined in IntelliJ IDEA are shown in the pane under and . When you select a server in this pane, the corresponding configuration settings and associated controls are shown in the area to the right. (If you are editing a run configuration for a particular server (e.g. Tomcat), only the existing configurations for this particular server are shown.)
Use to create server configurations and to remove them.
By the time you start creating a server configuration, the corresponding server must already be installed on your computer. (This isn't necessary for CloudBees.)
- Main settings and controls
- Additional Libraries for Frameworks
- Configuration file list (for Jetty 7 or later versions)
Use this icon or shortcut to create a server configuration (i.e. to define a server in IntelliJ IDEA):
|(Alt+Delete)||Use this icon or shortcut to remove the selected application server configuration.|
Main settings and controls
|Name||The server configuration name.|
|<Server> Home||The path to the application server installation folder.
Click and select the folder in the dialog that opens.
|<Server> Version||The detected application server version (readonly).|
|<Server> base directory (for Jetty, Tomcat and TomEE)||The path to the server base directory.
Click and select the directory in the dialog that opens.
|Register schemas (for JBoss)||
To be able to validate JBoss XML configuration files
(such as |
|Download client libraries (for CloudBees)||
The Tomcat instance embedded in CloudBees is used as a server.
This Tomcat instance is included in the CloudBees client libraries which you can download.
If the button is inactive, the client libraries (along with the corresponding Tomcat instance) are already available in IntelliJ IDEA.
When you create a server configuration, normally, an associated application server library is created. As a rule, this library includes Servlet, JSP and EJB implementations available in the server distribution.
Use the controls under Libraries to manage the contents of the library.
Use this icon or shortcut to add items (classes, sources, documentation, etc.) to the library.
In the dialog that opens,
select the necessary files and folders.
These may be
IntelliJ IDEA will analyze the selected files and folders, and automatically assign their contents to the appropriate library categories (Classes, Sources, Documentation, etc.).
When IntelliJ IDEA cannot guess the category (e.g. when you select an empty folder), a dialog will be shown, in which you will be able to specify the category yourself.
|To be able to use external documentation available online, click this icon and specify the URL of the external documentation in the dialog that opens.|
|Click this icon to make certain library items "excluded" (see Excluded library items). In the dialog that opens, select the items that you want IntelliJ IDEA to ignore (folders, archives and folders within the archives), and click OK.|
When you click this icon or press Delete:
Additional Libraries for Frameworks
For certain application server configurations (e.g. GlassFish), there is an Additional Libraries for Frameworks list with check boxes.
Each item in this list, potentially, is a library that implements the corresponding framework. (Corresponding library files are included in the server distribution.)
When you select a check box in the list, the corresponding application server library is created. The dialog that opens lets you select the modules in which this library should be used. (As a result, the library is added to dependencies of the selected modules.)
Configuration file list (for Jetty 7 or later versions)
For Jetty 7 or later versions, there is a section where the server configuration (.xml) or module (.mod) files are listed.
This section provides a GUI for editing the file
start.ini contains the options for
<jetty_home>\start.jar which is used to start Jetty.)
Use the check boxes to make the files active or inactive. Use , , , and to add, remove, replace and reorder the files.
Use the check boxes to make the files active or inactive.
As soon as you deselect a file, the corresponding line in
The paths to the corresponding files are shown (readonly).
For the files within the Jetty installation directory, the paths are relative to the installation directory. For all the rest of the files, the absolute paths are shown.
|(Alt+Insert)||Use this icon or shortcut to add a file to the list.
In the dialog that opens,
select the necessary file
and click OK.
Adding a file to the list leads to adding a new (commented) entry to
|(Alt+Delete)||Use this icon or shortcut to remove the selected file from the list.
Note that this operation does not delete the file physically.
However, the corresponding entry is removed from |
|(Enter)||Use this icon or shortcut to replace the selected file. In the dialog that opens, select the replacement file and click OK.|
|(Alt+Up)||Use this icon or shortcut to move the selected file one line up in the list.|
|(Alt+Down)||Use this icon or shortcut to move the selected file one line down in the list.|
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