To run a Maven project using a
.sh file in Linux, you need to create a shell script file and execute it. Here are the steps to do so:
- Create a new shell script file using a text editor. For example, you can use vi or nano to create a new file called run.sh. Open the terminal and run the following command to create the file:
- Write the necessary commands in the shell script file to run the Maven project. For example, the following is a sample script to run a Maven project:
# Change directory to your Maven project directory
# Clean and build the Maven project
mvn clean install
# Run the Maven project
mvn exec:java -Dexec.mainClass="com.example.Main"
Adjust the paths and Maven commands according to your project's structure and requirements.
- Save the file and exit the editor.
- Make the shell script file executable by running the following command in the terminal:
chmod +x run.sh
- Run the shell script file using the following command:
The script will execute the defined Maven commands, such as cleaning and building the project, and then running the project using the