README: use gradlew instead of gradle wrapper

add instructions for starting the postgresql docker container if the
container has been built already
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Timotheus Pokorra 2023-07-19 09:43:06 +02:00
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@ -56,32 +56,22 @@ To be able to build and run the Java Spring Boot application, you need the follo
(JDK 17.x will be automatically installed by Gradle toolchain support)
- Gradle in some not too outdated version (7.4 will be installed via wrapper)
For Ubuntu 22.02:
sudo apt install -y openjdk-17-jdk
# see for direct link to current release 7.2.6
export VERSION=7.2.6
wget -O gradle-${VERSION}
sudo unzip -d /opt/gradle gradle-${VERSION}
cd /opt/gradle && sudo ln -s gradle-${VERSION} latest && cd -
sudo nano /etc/profile.d/
export GRADLE_HOME=/opt/gradle/latest
export PATH=${GRADLE_HOME}/bin:${PATH}
sudo chmod +x /etc/profile.d/
source /etc/profile.d/
You also might need an IDE (e.g. *IntelliJ IDEA* or *Eclipse* or *VS Code* with *[STS](* and a GUI Frontend for *PostgreSQL* like *Postbird*.
If you have at least Docker, the Java JDK and Gradle installed in appropriate versions and in your `PATH`, then you can start like this:
cd your-hsadmin-ng-directory
gradle wrapper # downloads the configured Gradle version into the project
./gradlew # downloads the configured Gradle version into the project
source .aliases # creates some comforable bash aliases, e.g. 'gw'='./gradlew'
gw test # compiles and runs unit- and integration-tests
# if the container has not been built yet, run this:
pg-sql-run # downloads + runs PostgreSQL in a Docker container on localhost:5432
# if the container has been built already, run this:
docker start hsadmin-ng-postgres
gw bootRun # compiles and runs the application on localhost:8080
# the following command should reply with "pong":