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gorm – Grails HSQLDB – Stack Overflow
As the message explains, you can fix this in one of two ways. The quickest is to add this line to BuildConfig. Sign up using Facebook. Then you can save it, and you’re done. If you want an even quicker but dirtier hslqdb to see if your app is inserting data have a look in the devDB.
An alternative approach is to work with JDBC directly. For example I am trying to save a simple name to a database but I cant seem to figure out how to persist it. This document will navigate you through the changes you may need to make in order to get an existing Grails 1.
James Lorenzen’s Blog: How to connect to a Grails HSQL Database
Thanks for posting this. Open up the DataSource. Others only affect a few projects. Still, most domain models won’t have to change much if at all.
Just a note though: Check out this stackoverflow. You can have dataSource bean automatically injected into your controller, then use the groovy. If that’s the case, work out what changes were made to it, re-run grails install-templatesand then apply the changes to the new web descriptor. July 23, at 1: I feel I have followed the directions hsqlrb but am unable to see my tables show up in the public schema.
It will make your life better. First, create the domain class:. The recommended approach is to create a domain class with a String name property.
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Grails 2 has switched to H2 as the default instead, and so if you try to run your application you’ll see this warning: Sql class to query garils dataSource. Email Required, but never shown. Do you have any suggestion on how I should try this?
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And it seems that the Grails app must not be running at the same time otherwise we can’t access the database. First, create the domain class: