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This guide is applicable for OFBiz 16.11.x and above, and for Linux-based or Mac working environment.

Step-by-step guide

  1. Ensure Gradle is installed. If not, follow the procedure at step 2.
  2. Installing Gradle on Linux-based / Mac system
    1. Open the terminal, and run the following commands.
    2. sudo mkdir /opt/gradle      // Create a folder for gradle
    3. sudo unzip id /opt/gradle gradle-3.4.1-bin.zip    // Unzip the downloaded gradle file.
    4. ls /opt/gradle/gradle-3.4.1/                                   // Verify that the content is unzipped at the expected location

    5. export PATH=$PATH:/opt/gradle/gradle-3.4.1/bin  // Add gradle bin folder to PATH
    6. gradle -v            // Check the export is successfully
  3. Open Intellij IDEA
  4. Click on ‘Check out from Version Control’ and choose ‘Subversion’.
  5. Add Repository Location https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/ofbiz/ofbiz-framework/trunk, and click ‘Checkout’.
  6. Select your checkout destination directory which should be an empty folder. Click ‘OK’.
  7. Accept the defaults and click ‘OK’.
  8. Select the checkbox for ‘1.8 format’ and click ‘OK’.
  9. Now wait for IDEA to checkout the project.
  10. When prompt to create an IDEA project for the sources you have checked out to, click ‘Yes’.
  11. In the ‘Import Project from Gradle’ screen, keep the defaults for the Gradle settings, and click ‘OK.
  12. Keep the defaults when prompt to select the modules/data to include in the project. Click ‘OK’.
  13. Wait for IDEA to do the necessary indexing and you are done.

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