Hello everyone, in the following thread there is a discussion how to enable the behaviour, that JSON-B returns e.g. LocalDateTime as a timestamp in milliseconds: Resteasy exports dates in textual format on wildfly 14 (Java 11) as opposed to numeric format in wildfly 9 (Java 8) That works fine - with one downside: Before such values were… Show more
Dear all, i haven't experience with JBoss wildly and I just learning and testing. Today I meet one issue that I can't start ./standalone.sh, it shows message error as below: 17:39:41,144 WARN [org.jboss.as.domain.management.security] (MSC service thread 1-1) WFLYDM0111: Keystore… Show more
For offering HTTPS WildFly needs a certificate which is stored in a keystore. When you start the system the 1st time, such a certificate in such a keystore doesn't exist. So WildFly is so kind to create that for you. When you go into productive usage you should replace that with a real certificate. I hope that sheds some light on it.
Hi everyone, we have an application which was running on WildFly 10 / JEE7 so far. Now we ported it to WildFly 14 / JEE8 (and it seems we will move to WildFly 15 soon). In that application we have a POJO looking like this: @JsonInclude(Include.NON_NULL)… Show more
Thanks Tomaz. As Frank already pointed out, it is a bug in Yasson. In the version shipped with WF 15 the problem doesn't occur. The 2nd exception I posted is after I renamed the specific methods. So it's not that method anymore which bothers him, but something else. It would have been nice, if the exception would contain which class / method /…
Hello everyone, I'm running WildFly Full 14.0.1.Final here. I already managed to including a public SSL certificate into the keystore which is used by WildFly. Means the server presents the right certificate on HTTPS port 8443. Now I wanted to have a different SSL certificate on a different port, which also was no problem: I added a 2nd… Show more
Hello Martin, of course I can bind one certificate only to one HTTPS port. That's exactly what I did and it also works. Means depending on which port you connect to with your e.g. browser via HTTPS, you get the corresponding certificate. But now my problem is how can I bind different web applications to different HTTPS ports. Means I want to…