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How to define default tasks in Gradle?


Gradle allows you to define one or more default tasks for your build (build.gradle file). Look at the below example: defaultTasks will declare the default tasks in your build.

defaultTasks 'clean', 'run'
						
task clean << {
        println 'Default Task - Cleaning!'
}
task run << {
        println 'Default Task - Running!'
}
task mySpecTask << {
        println "I'm not a default task!"
}

Run "gradle -q"

Default Task - Cleaning!
Default Task - Running!

This is equivalent to running gradle clean run In a multi-project build every subproject can have its own specific default tasks. If a subproject does not specify default tasks, the default tasks of the parent project are used.

Reference: Gradle Documentation

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Can we call servlet destory() from service()?
As you know, destory() is part of servlet life cycle methods, it is used to kill the servlet instance. Servlet Engine is used to call destory(). In case, if you call destory method from service(), it just execute the code written in the destory(), but it wont kill the servlet instance. destroy() will be called before killing the servlet instance by servlet engine.
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