Standard project type is not imposing any constraints. User is free to design all system layers and whole architecture. Within standard project it is possible to create all types of microservice (native and servlet). No layers directory are automatically created for this type of project.
From the "New Project" window select "JLupin Next Server| project type and choose "Standard project" from the list.
In the second step some project details are required to fill.
Group id - it is group identiefier which will be used as a main package name for created elements.
Embed server in project - you can decide if you want to put server in your project or if you want to have server seperated from it. If you want to place it in you must provide path to zip file with server downloaded from JLupin Next Server website. If you want to embed server in project Server version field will be disabled - server version will be taken from zip.
Use Maven - if you want to have Maven project as a result select this checkbox. If you don't want Maven your project will use standard IntelliJ features.
Artifact version - required only for Maven type projects. Standard Maven field.
Server version - required only for Maven type projects when server is not embeded in project. This value is used for created microservice as a jlupin-client-assembly version.
When you done click Next.
Next step is for providing servlet microservices names. Just type microservice name and click Add. You can add as many microservices as you want. When you done click Next.
Next step is for providing native microservices names. Just type microservice name and click Add. You can add as many microservices as you want. When you done click Next.
Last step is a standard IntelliJ step. You provide here name of the project and location for files. When you done click Finish.
Editor will start to create all your files. Project pane will be opened when it done.