Groovy Maven Project is structured for users to easily import the project into IDE. If you already have an IDE which supports Groovy and Maven, you can easily import it. However if you don’t have it yet, please follow the instruction in Install Groovy IDE first. If you prefer to use IntellJ instead of Eclipse, go Import Groovy Maven Project in IntelliJ.
If you have installed the Eclipse based Groovy IDE and created Groovy Maven Project in nGrinder subversion, you can import the Groovy Maven Project using the subversion client in Eclipse.
Notice that there is the subversion URL field in the script management page in nGrinder. The above screenshot shows the our test instance. In this instance, the created Groovy Maven project can be accessed through http://ngrinder-staging.nhncorp.com:8080/svn/admin/project URL according to the above page .
OK. Let’s import the project.