PUBLIC - Liferay IDE
  1. PUBLIC - Liferay IDE
  2. IDE-245

Add support for "run on server" action for view mode jsps for portlets

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    • Type: Story Story
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Won't Fix
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    • Component/s: Projects, Servers
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      Description

      For other technologies like JSF if you right click a facelets page, and execute run on server, it will deploy the application launch the server and then open a webbrowser and navigate it to the proper URL for that resource. In the case of JSF facelets page it knows to launch the server and then prepend the /faces/ server tag in front of the facelets resource.

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        Gregory Amerson added a comment -

        For a portlet, to "run on server" we would need to dpeloy to tomcat, start it, wait for liferay to come up, call the LayoutService, add the portlet to the default page, then get the url and open in a browser. We could even optionally pass in the maximize options so the portlet will be maximized in the browser window for easier testing.

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        Gregory Amerson added a comment - For a portlet, to "run on server" we would need to dpeloy to tomcat, start it, wait for liferay to come up, call the LayoutService, add the portlet to the default page, then get the url and open in a browser. We could even optionally pass in the maximize options so the portlet will be maximized in the browser window for easier testing.

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