|Intellij IDEA 12 doesn't recognize Playframework 2.1 (java) dependencies set in Build.scala|
You have to rerun the play idea command in order to get IntelliJ to know
that there are new dependencies added.
I normally enter the play CLI and then run:
idea no-sbt-build-module with-sources=yes
This will download the sources for the dependencies (if they exist) and
also make sure that the output path will be correct and that modules are
not loaded several times.
|TestNG with IntelliJ IDEA: How to use the testng.xml file in IntelliJ IDEA 9|
Follow this link -
There is an option just before the run icon that allows you to add the
testng.xml file. In the run config dialog select the suite option. Then
select the testng file.
It worked for me.
Hope it helps.
|Using SVN 1.4.6 with Intellij IDEA 12|
IDEA doesn't support Subversion 1.8 working copies, you can checkout the
project using IDEA built-in Subversion client to get the compatible working
|Javaee in intellij idea IDE|
You can download JSTL 1.1 here and JSTL 1.2 here. and add to project.
And add taglib lib to project from here;
|about Intellij IDEA with clearcase|
From what I can see, CCRC isn't yet supported by IntelliJ IDEA:
the plugin search returns no result
the IDEABKL-5983 request for support is still open
The ClearCase integration is for the full ClearCase only, not the web-based
|IntelliJ IDEA and specifying GIT refspecs|
Git Push from IDEA pushes only the current branch, and I don't think it
will change in future.
However, you may specify the target branch in the text field below the
commits to be pushed.
There is a couple of problems with usability like IDEA-98693, but hopefully
they will be fixed in the next version.
|IntelliJ IDEA 12 versus sbt 0.13|
I believe that SBT jar is located inside your configuration directory.
Usually it is something like ~/.IntelliJIdea12, so simple search in this
directory gave ~/.IntelliJIdea12/system/sbt/sbt-launch.jar. Try replacing
BTW, there is currently a new official SBT plugin being developed by
JetBrains. It really is great and simplified SBT usage inside IDEA a lot
(esp. dependency management), but it does not have embedded console yet (it
will, soon). You can try it out even in 12.X IDEA.
|Can't run Tomcat from Intellij Idea|
The problem is that the layout is as they call "non-standard"
The problem has been marked as solved here: IntelliJ needs to copy tomcat
conf dir to project directory
Note that Tomcat installed using the package manager on some Linux
systems has non-standard layout and permissions, and therefore will
not work with IDEA.
|Using Yeoman from Intellij (Idea 12)|
I just came across this for a different project. I fixed it by opening the
executing .js file
(/usr/local/lib/node_modules/[project_name]/bin/[executing.js]) in vim and
using the following command
|Sbt's gen-idea always creates two IntelliJ projects|
Yes this is normal, this is the default behavior. You can change it by
excluding some folders (see the doc available here :
https://github.com/mpeltonen/sbt-idea at Exclude some folders)
So what is the difference between .idea and .idea_modules?
.idea_module generates an IDEA module while .idea generates an IDEA
In short a project can be multi-module or single-module and also contains
In longer version from the doc
In IntelliJ IDEA, a project encapsulates all your source code,
libraries, build instructions into a single organizational unit.
Everything you do in IntelliJ IDEA, is done within the context of a
project. A project defines some collections refe
|Intellij IDEA SQL autocomplete quotes|
Try to run the your code. If still there is a error some thing wrong with
your code. else hit Alt+Enter and disable Inspection will solve that syntax
problem. this is not a actual error.
No need to put single quotation for table name.. that will be the issue.
|How can I clone a whole project in IntelliJ Idea?|
Using your operating system File Explorer tool, just copy and paste the
entire project directory somewhere new. All of the configuration should use
relative paths by default.
If your IDEA project is .ipr based, then delete the new .iws file before
opening the project.
If your IDEA project is .idea directory based, then delete the
workspace.xml file before opening the project.
|Intellij idea quick defenition|
You can edit the idea.properties found in the bin folder of IntelliJ
application and add this line:
This will give you the JavaDoc when hovering over a variable:
|Intellij Idea lib folder export|
Problem is by default android modulle looks for the reference libraries
under the lib folder of the particular module itself. I resolved this by
changing Native libs directory from the module lib to the root lib. It
works fine now. Attached the screenshot for reference
|Intellij IDEA - Generate (Alt + Insert)|
IntelliJ doesn't have a facility to allow getters/setters to be generated
at the bottom of the class. You would have to place your cursor at the
bottom of the class file (or wherever you wanted it) before generating
getters and setters.
|Java Vaadin IntelliJ Idea|
Try including the JAR via Project Structure settings ( tab Libraries ). If
that doesn't help you try checking this step by step guide how to set up
Vaadin with IDEA:
1) Download the Vaadin JAR
2) If not already done, install a Tomcat server
3) Start IntelliJ and create new project from scratch ( all steps below
are performed with IntelliJ 9 )
4) Type of project is Java Module and as desired technology you select
Web Application. This will create the web folder, including the WEB-INF dir
and a web.xml file
5) Create a web/WEB-INF/lib folder and place the Vaadin JAR into that
6) Goto Project Structure | Modules and let your module depend on the
Vaadin JAR. Mark it as export
7) Create a HelloWorld class and adjust your web.xml file, as described
|IntelliJ IDEA logcat navigation|
I guess that's not possible in IntelliJ but you can apply existing filter
or create new filters and switch between them easily. This should give you
|Configuring SVN branches in IntelliJ IDEA 12|
Yes, you just need to configure multiple branch locations.
In the Configure Subversion Branches dialog set values as follows:
Trunk location: /svn.local/some/path/PROJECT/trunk
Now when you select a branch (for example, in the Update Project dialog)
you should have the following options:
Select branches.. and this should give you this list:
Now you can select either of your test or prod branches, which is what you
want. Of course, dev really shouldn't be in this list, but since you've got
branches nested in a subfolder of the branches folder, intellij thinks dev
is also a branch here. However, selecting dev... from the previous step
|Where to add compiler options like -ea in IntelliJ IDEA?|
The -ea option to enable assertions is passed to the JVM not to the
compiler. Add it as a VM option for your runtime configuration.
From comments: specific location at Menu "Run" --> Edit Configurations...
--> Configuration -->VM Options
|IntelliJ IDEA does not create artifacts from pom.xml|
Go to the Maven-Projects-View and click "package" for your aggregator
project. IntelliJ will then run Maven which creates all artifacts in the
target folder. If you run "install", these artifacts will be copied to the
local repository. Maybe you didn't do that under Linux yet, so your
repository is empty - under Windows, I suppose that IntelliJ was smart
enough to refer to those artifacts while importing the project. I
personally do not know of any feature in IntelliJ that would automatically
package/install all projects on reimport - I'd consider this rather
|How to get the features of Web Essentials in Intellij IDEA|
There is Quirks mode inspection that you can enable in Settings |
Inspections, it will cover the bottom 2 features.
Unfortunately, the first 2 features are not implemented yet:
|How debug signed app with intellij idea?|
I found solution:
Create signed APK
Load APK to device
Without uninstall app run project in debug mode from IDE
|IntelliJ IDEA validates toward wrong XSD|
If you open up the jar file that the schemaLocation should point to the xsd
according to this screen shot:
Then you'll see that IntelliJ has a bunch of xsd files for different
versions of Spring:
This means that you really have all the schemas you need.
If your bean definitions file has problems then your schemaLocation must
point to the wrong version in the Spring jar file:
Check the Settings | Schemas and DTDs and verify that you haven't
accidentally manually set it to point to the wrong xsd file:
If it is wrong then you'll have to remove that line using the minus sign.
This will cause IntelliJ to go back to it's default values:
After that you should be seeing the same thing as in the first screen shot.
|Can not execute Xpath with Intellij Idea|
Firstly, the param-value element is in a namespace, but your XPath
expression is looking for it in no namespace. Typically you want an
expression such as //j:param-value where the prefix j is bound to the
namespace http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/j2ee - you'll have to check the
IntelliJ documentation to see how to do that.
Secondly, your param-value elements do not have a child element called
email. If you want the value of the associated param-name element to be
"email", that would be
|IntelliJ IDEA - multiple carets?|
I think "Column Selection Mode" could help you. You can enable it in the
context menu in the editor. Then you can select multiple lines and type
same text at once. Here is tutorial how it works.
|Intellij generated Ant Build File, doesn't build jar|
I was able to figure it out.
I had to go to open the Project Settings (F4) and then went to Artifacts.
That allowed me to set the settings to create the jar when I ran "ant -f
If the browser is not important, you could use the node.js plugin as a
DOM so if your code makes jQuery calls, it will not run out of the box.
|Error in intelliJ IDEA Hello World program|
Your package is main.java, you pass the argument
com.intellij.rt.execution.application.AppMain java.start, and you exception
says that that can not found java.start. And this is correct.
Try to compile it using only console. Leave the IDE for the beginning,
invest you time to understand the compiler not how the IDE works.
|Debugging a grails application with intellij IDEA 12.1.4|
This could be being caused by forked tomcat execution settings in your
BuildConfig.groovy file. I think what happens is that Intellij gets
confused about which Java process to attach to when Grails spins up. You
could try disabling execution forking by replacing the grails.project.fork
grails.project.fork = [
|How to use a different code style for a module in IntelliJ IDEA?|
It's not possible right now, vote for this feature request.
Note that it's planned for IDEA 13 that will be released in Q4 2013.
|Three maven related problems for Intellij IDEA|
2) Ctrl-Alt-M (extract managed dependency) does the job for you.
3) You have to go to Settings->File Types and add '.iml;.idea;.iws;.ipr;'
to ignored files and folders (at the bottom)
|What is Project Language level in IntelliJ IDEA?|
As per the documentation within section Exploring the General Project
Settings at the IntelliJ Wiki, the project language level impacts the
intellisense provided by the IDE.
It also dictates the behavior of the compiler being used by IntelliJ when
it compiles your Java code as you develop.
This setting tells all the facilities of the compiler that would be
available for the project. For e.g. setting the language level to JDK 5
will allow the IntelliJ to recognize keywords such as enum that are present
within the source code.
|intellij idea module default "user.dir"|
Create a Run/Debug configuration for your Main class (the easiest way is to
right-click on it and choose Save 'MyClass.main()').
Now, find your configuration (named after your class) on the main toolbar
dropdown and choose Edit Configurations
For VM options, put -Duser.dir=whatever
Alternatively, setting Working directory might be able to help you.
|Intellij-IDEA: How to sort members alphabetically?|
Create separate rows for the different method visibilities in the
Arrangement part of the Code Style.
|Unable to find SBT plugin for IntelliJ Idea 12|
The plugin is not in the default repository, but only in nightlies. Have
you followed this (from the blog you link to):
Add the following URL to the list of custom plugin repositories in
Settings | Plugins | Browse Repositories | Manage Repositories:
It worked for me, after I added this repository I found the plugin.
|Intellij Idea null pointer exception|
This problem is due to missing appBase directory in tomcat server.xml. In
<Host appBase="/path/to/valide/dir/webapps" autoDeploy="false"
name="localhost" unpackWARs="true" xmlNamespaceAware="false"
appBase attribute must be valid directory. It can be absolute path or
relative path to CATALINA_HOME
There is an issue for this as @Stefan Beike specified above;
Also you can see documentation for Host config here
|Why do I fail to debug a nodejs app in Intellij IDEA 11?|
I've been noticing that IntelliJ's node.js debugger kinda sucks. It's death
by 1000 cuts. I love IntelliJ to death, its such a nice IDE. But for node,
the debugger has a million different scenarios where breakpoints don't work
properly, and another million where it doesn't properly give you access to
the in-scope variable values, and another million where it doesn't step
I'm gonna hafta try looking for another tool..
UPDATE 2014-01-13: I've been using IntelliJ's debugger for a while now
(having found no other good tool). It seems some of the problems with it
are problems with node or v8 itself. Most of the problems I was having have
either actually been solved by newer versions of IntelliJ, or by using this
1. create a file called proxyDebug.js
2. put the follow
|Import and run a Phonegap 3.0 project with Intellij IDEA 12/13?|
We don't need to modify manually the code under
%my_project_root%/platforms/* but only under the %my_project_root%/www/*
phonegap build android
it automatically replaces platform specified code.
I found solution for me the next way:
After importing source code to IDEA, I added new web module which points to
the %my_project_root% to be able to see all needed directories.
Also I created new IDEA command line tool with alias phonegap and tool path
So before running default android running configuration I run phonegap
build android just directly from IDEA (I think it's more convenient) and
then run usual android run command to deploy the app to emulator or real
I hope this stuff will help you.
|IntelliJ IDEA 12 and Android, debug signed apk|
The docs say
An unsigned package can be extracted only through an Android artifact
definition with the Debug or Release unsigned package mode specified.
So unless someone else knows a custom hack I think this is the way to go
|How to create maven web application using intellij IDEA 12?|
idea simply is a web application. you can use web archetype and regular
maven dependencies mechanism
check this tutorial