Build a plugin jar from your project and install it into your XNAT application.
To build your plugin, you'll use the Gradle script that you created back in the beginning of your plugin. Building is fairly simple:
Building the plugin
$ ./gradlew clean jar
The first time you run this command, a lot of stuff will happen:
Once the build has completed successfully, you're ready to install the plugin:
The functionality for your plugin should now be available in your XNAT.
You've created a new XNAT 1.7 plugin, added a number of different functions and features to it, and deployed it and watched it run in an XNAT server.
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