On Wed, Apr 6, 2016 at 12:47 PM, Stian Thorgersen <sthorger@redhat.com> wrote:
Problem with a built-in JMS event listener provider is that it should send messages to an external JMS server. Keycloak itself should not act as a JMS server. Further, there's no standard way to connect to JMS providers, so best we could do is one that connects to WildFly/EAP and make it easy for users to extend it to connect to different providers (maybe an getDestination() method).

I understand that the configuration cannot (and should not) be enabled by default, but it would be great if it was enough for the user to just modify the Wildfly/Keycloak configuration instead of having to add modules, jars and whatever to the installation. Examples of the configuration can be provided separately.

At the moment I've got no spare time to help out in detail with Arquillian part, although I can answer questions over email if that's enough. For the Arquillian part I'd suggest starting an embedded Archimedes server in the test.

That'll do just fine, thanks! I'll get in touch as soon as I have time to work on this (and encounter a problem).

Best regards,