Usually I’m running my Spring Boot application with command: I want to set custom port to debug, so I can connect from eclipse. When I add arguments from example https://docs.spring.io/spring-boot/docs/1.1.2.RELEASE/maven-plugin/examples/run-debug.html it works but other arguments like server.port or path.to.config.dir are no longer recognized and I get exception like: Question: How I can run with all arguments? Answer The behavior and
I have multiple spring boot applications in a single IntelliJ project. And i want to have a single button to run all of them in some order. I know there is an option to Run Another configuration before launching the original one, so in that way the configurations can be chained. But when i use it, it runs that Another
I was trying to follow the instructions from here, where trying to run the Spring Boot app as init.d service but could not successfully. I created the fully executable jar (myapp.jar) as mentioned …
For my Spring-Boot app I provide a RestTemplate though a @Configuration file so I can add sensible defaults(ex Timeouts). For my integration tests I would like to mock the RestTemplate as I dont want to connect to external services – I know what responses to expect. I tried providing a different implementation in the integration-test package in the hope that
I’m just curious about the level of support Spring Boot has for multimodule maven projects. There’s so much work that has to be done when creating a good layered set of projects (especially getting the various JPA/JDO enhancers set up). All of the samples I’ve seen put everything into one project, which is fine for simple demos. Can Spring Boot
I have created a Spring Boot application. I have configured my class that contains the scheduler method startService(). Below is my code : Service Class : package com.mk.service; import org….
My Spring-Boot-Mvc-Web application has the following database configuration in application.properties file: spring.datasource.url=jdbc:h2:tcp://localhost/~/pdk spring.datasource.username=sa spring….
I have a Spring Boot Application. I am trying to pass a variable to a HTML page but unfortunately I cannot seem to do it, on application start nothing is rendered except the static text: “WORLD&…
I am using Gradle to build and package a very simple spring boot application (99% static content) into a jar with embedded tomcat. I tried creating said jar, at first the result was 86k and did not …
How can I customize the location of logback.xml in Spring Boot using application.properties? I tried below but is not working. application.properties It is working if the logback.xml is located in the resource folder, but not working if it is located outside the project. It is also working if the I supply as an environment variable like Answer Below construct worked