Christoph Hartmann on April 16th, 2009

In most cases a Grails application uses a database to store its content. Fortunately Grails is tightly coupled with GORM to ease the use. Since Grails distinguish between different deployment environments, it uses a special configuration for development and production. Therefore you have to think of a database in production environment while you don not [...]

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Christoph Hartmann on November 15th, 2008

I set up an mobile application that sends data via a REST based interface to a Grails-based server. Unfortunately J2ME does not support all HTTP methods. To overcome this weakness we have to emulate the methods PUT and DELETE. Like Rails just did this by adding a “_method=PUT” parameter to the query URL, we will [...]

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Christoph Hartmann on October 8th, 2008

For my current grails project I use the Spring Security Plugin (formerly Acegi Security) to secure my views and services. A tutorial at the Grails site gives a great overview how to install the grails plugin.
Right after installation I faced some issues:
Secure your Rest Services
This sounds quite easy due to a simple switch within the [...]

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