Hello,you could add -debug flag to the standalone.sh command-line or define the following env variables in your docker container:set DEBUG_MODE=trueset DEBUG_PORT=8787this will start keycloak with remote debugging enabled by default on port 8787 which you need to expose on your docker container or use the container interface...you can then connect to the keycloak instance inside the docker container via the remote debugger from your IDE.For eclipse just go to "Debug configurations..." -> Remote Java Application -> select your project with the custom authenticator -> adjust hostname and port and click "debug".Cheers,Thomas2016-07-01 0:26 GMT+02:00 Rashmi Singh <firstname.lastname@example.org>:_______________________________________________We have a Maven project setup on Eclipse that uses some keycloak features and we generate a jar that contains our AuthenticationProvider classes etc.We use docker for the deployment. We basically run a jboss/keycloak image thereWe have a shell script that has a bunch of commands to copy our project jars from local to the keycloak image on docker container like:docker cp /customauthenticator-1.0.0-SNAPSHOT.jar keycloak:/home/modules/xxx.yyy.zz.keycloak.customizations....docker restart keycloakRunning this shell script deploys everything on keycloak on docker.And so far we are just putting logs throughout our code to debug issues.We want to be able to setup a debugging environment on our eclipse. I am not sure how to achieve this when we use keycloak. Because, here we basically build our modules or authenticator jars etc and copy them to keycloak directories. So, it's not a standalone project war file that we are directly deploying to app server as such. So, then how do we put our maven project (creating jars etc) in a debug mode in eclipse? Is it possible? How?
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