Mind your brackets when defining GORM parameters.
At dozens of different sources it says that you need to put grails.tomcat.nio=true into your Config.groovy file – apparently that’s not true, at least it wasn’t working for me.
This posting describes the steps necessary to change your Grails project if you’re using Grails for frontend only, without direct database access.
While porting my Grails applications to 2.0 RC1, I recognized that ConfigurationHolder is now deprecated. The new way to access the configuration is through dependency injection of the grailsApplication bean. Before 2.0: With 2.0:
A little cheat sheet I created for learning purposes. Feel free to add your hints in the comments.
This posting shows how to implement Facebook authentication with Grails in two slightly different flavors.