- How to build the Gradle workspace without an internet connection?
- Steps to run the gradlew command using offline mode
- Liferay DXP
- We have improved the offline support in the most recent release of the DevStudio, however, all of our build tools (Gradle or Maven)) require an internet connection to download the dependencies. Hence, the Liferay workspace build will not work offline.
- For debugging purposes, the below attributes help when executing the Gradle tasks to see is there any additional log information getting traced. For example:
- --stacktrace (or even --full-stacktrace) and
- --info (or --debug)
Note: with the third one, you’re asking Gradle to not use the Internet at all. But not sure if the Liferay Plugins respect that or not.
- Secondly, the workspace plugin tries to fetch
https://releases.liferay.com/tools/workspace/.product_info.jsonwith every run of a Gradle build. This might happens when registering the
liferayWorkspaceextension on the
- You might be able to get around this by putting the file into the
- And, unless the code fetching the URL (DownloadCommand -> HttpUtil) always executes a HEAD request to the given URL to get the Last-Modified header and compare it to the locally cached file.Unfortunately, it seems it does do exactly that, every time:
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- The below unofficial information might help to understand or plan what actions may take to run Gradle build without an internet connection whereas "completely offline build" is not something we support.