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Ricardo Sala
Ricardo Sala
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How run Gradle bootrun from command line?

I am having problems running it from intelliJ, so I would like to try from the command line.

I am trying to run a web developed in Spring, doing "gradle bootrun"

but it seems that the system does not recognise the command. When I do (on my project folder) gradle bootrun I get:

bash: gradle: command not found

Seems like it need more parameters or something...

Can you help me?

By the way, some basic course specifically about gradle would be really helpful!