Liferay 7.3: Configure IDE

Step 1. Download it from

Download from here:
https://liferay.dev/project/-/asset_publisher/TyF2HQPLV1b5/content/ide-installation-instructions

Extract it to your /home directory

Step 2. run the installer

./LiferayProjectSDKwithDevStudioCommunityEdition-201910152009-linux-x64-installer.run

You can see the steps involving the process below.

Select java runtime

After install Open it. Double click on the following file:

~/LiferayProjectSDKwithDevStudioCommunityEdition/liferay-developer-studio/DeveloperStudio

you can see the welcome page. Close it.



Click on Workbench to start on

This is how Liferay Studio Workspace home page look like

You can create liferay plugins / projects etc from here.

Step 3. Click on right corner first button and open perspective.

select Liferay plugins

Open Perspective

Step 4. Left bottom corner there is ‘Servers’ Tab

right click on it and select ‘New’ -> ‘Server’

Select ‘Liferay inc’ -> Liferay 7.x and click next

Add the tomcat server to your SDK to control the server from SDK. This helps you to see the server logs and other live status in IDE

Select the tomcat server path from your downloaded liferay portal

Make sure you are using the timestamp folder in the path of the server, else it not gonna work. It will show you an error like this:

If you start the tomcat server and try to access it without the timestamp PATH

You can add an existing resources created if available like theme etc to the server. If you don’t have any resources don’t worry. We are going to cover this in next chapter.

Click on the server name on the bottom left corner and you can see the configurations of the server.

Server Started. You can see the server logs in the console