How to run an LSC project outside the context of PlayGo

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From Eclipse

  • Open the project in Eclipse
  • Remove the following System Arguments (if exists): -DlscDebug=true -Dport=2080 (these arguments are responsible for the LSC debugging, which is not available from outside PlayGo). To remove these arguments, select the LSC/Java project --> Run As --> Run Configurations... --> Arguments tab --> VM Arguments --> now delete the -DlscDebug=true -Dport=2080
  • Run the project as Java application.

From Command Line

  • Open the comman line console.
  • Go to the directory of your LSC/Java project.
  • Run the Java command to execute the LSC application: <full path to your java exe> -classpath <all jars from the project's lib directory> <project's bin folder - where all .class files are generated to> <project's main class>.
    • Here is an easy way to create this command line:
      • From PlayGo, run the LSC application (you can do this by using the 'Play-Out' action from the toolbar).
      • Go to the debug view, right-click the second line and choose 'Properties' --> choose the Process Information --> copy the Command Line.
      • This is the command line to use. However, before running it, you should remove the following system arguments:
        -DlscDebug=true -Dport=2080 (these arguments are responsible for the LSC debugging, which is not available from outside PlayGo).

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