Is it normal that the CUBA plugin in IntelliJ does not want to inject several stuff, like services from the platform or defined in the core module?
Even when I manual adding the Inject definition into the source, the IntelliJ IntelliSense complains that there is no Beans for this injections.
For example, based on the data-manipulation sample, i would like to have an EntityService bean in middleware to use it from portal/rest-api and from the client module
the client module don’t recognize the bean injections, nor in bean definition the IntelliJ complains about Persistence and Metadata injection.
I tried to clean up and recreate the idea files from studio but nothing changes.
When I open the project in the IDE, the IDE complains that he forund frameworks, spring projects and gradle to import. Should I accept it and let the IDE configure the project?
I Use the latest studio and platform, in the latest IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate.