Packages the current Grails application into a Web Application Archive (WAR) file and runs the application in a Tomcat container on port
grails run-war -https // with HTTPS
grails run-war -restart // restarts without rebuilding the war
grails prod run-war
grails -Dserver.port=8090 run-war
run-war default to the development environment (like most commands). To build and run a WAR file for a different environment just specify the environment name, e.g.
grails prod run-war.
https - Start an HTTPS server (on port 8443 by default) alongside the main server. Just to be clear, the application will be accessible via HTTPS and HTTP.
restart - Does not rebuild an already existing WAR.
Supported system properties:
server.port - Specifies the HTTP port to run the server on (defaults to 8080)
grails.server.port.https - Specifies the HTTPS port to run the server on (defaults to 8443)
server.host - Specifies the host name to run the server on (defaults to localhost)
grails.tomcat.jvmArgs - A list of JVM arguments to be used for the forked JVM, e.g.
["-Xms128m", "-Xmx512m"] (defaults to
StatusFinal - When the container has been started
StatusUpdate - When the container is reloading
This command packages your application into a WAR file and then runs it in the installed container. It is useful for quick deployment and/or testing. However, unlike run-app
this command does not support reloading as a Grails WAR archive does not ship with Groovy sources, but only compiled byte code.