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Excelsior JET with Grails

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We have not tried, but I am sure that Grail uses its own custom classloading scheme that is not supported by JET. So grails applications  most likely cannot be protected with Excelsior JET, but definitely can run on it, as any other Java SE application.

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Sorry for my ignorance, but what's the difference between running on JET and being protected by it?

Being protected means that original bytecode is not needed to run the application.

The absence of easy-to-hack bytecode makes reverse engineering and code tampering much more complicated.

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