It's not supported to deploy JEE apps to the Keycloak server and we
recommend having a separate WildFly instance for your apps. At the moment
in theory it's possible, but we may remove and/or alter the config of the
underlying WildFly which would break your apps in the future. You can also
use the overlay and add it to an existing WildFly, but we only support one
specific version of WildFly and again your applications may require config
that conflicts with what Keycloak requires.
On 31 May 2016 16:41, "Brooks Isoldi" <brooks.isoldi(a)traversed.com>
Thanks for that.
Is it therefore not recommended to try to deploy a JEE application to the
keycloak provided wildfly server? Or is it not recommended to deploy any
applications to the keycloak provided wildfly server?
If either is the case, than how would we configure the web.xml to
authenticate via keycloak (e.g. the below):
I'm trying to deploy a JEE application (which requires standalone-full) to
the keycloak provided wildfly server so that I don't need to have separate
instances but if the development bundle is not recommended for production,
what would be the recommended method of deploying a JEE application to the
production-ready keycloak/wildfly server?
On 05/30/2016 01:34 AM, Stian Thorgersen wrote:
The server distribution is a standalone Keycloak server bundle. It's not a
JEE app server and hence doesn't need a full configuration (for example
full contains messaging, which standard config doesn't). The development
bundle is a WildFly JEE app server, with Keycloak server added. This is
recommended mainly for development.
On 27 May 2016 at 22:01, Brooks Isoldi <brooks.isoldi(a)traversed.com> wrote:
I noticed the Keycloak standalone server distribution does not contain a
standalone-full.xml file, whereas the development bundle does.
Is there a reason and how would I use standalone-full with the keycloak
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