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Heroku deployment error “required a bean of type ‘org.springframework.security.oauth2.jwt.JwtDecoder’ that could not be found.”

I am trying to deploy my springboot app to heroku but I am getting an error that it cannot find a JwtDecoder bean. I have tried googling it a bit but can’t find anything that helps. Everything works fine locally, just not when deployed to heroku. Here is my heroku log –tail: WebSecurityConfig: I’m not sure what else to include…

Quarkus datasource with Heroku

I’m trying to deploy my Quarkus-app on Heroku. It works fine, but I needed to specify the datasource-parameters with fix values. Because Heroku might rotate this parameters, this is not a really good idea. In Quarkus, I need this 3 parameters in application.properties: Heroku only gives me 1 environment variable (DATABASE_URL), which defines a connection-string in the following manner: postgres://user:pass@server:port/db-name

Deploying spring boot application to heroku – error message “No web processes running”

I created a spring boot web application (in IntelliJ IDEA), which runs locally without problems. I then built an artifact (Build -> Build Artifacts… -> my_app:jar -> Build), which created a jar file in directory “out”. I tried to deploy the app to heroku following exactly the steps described in this walkthrough by heroku: https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/deploying-spring-boot-apps-to-heroku Note: the walkthrough does not

RabbitMQ java client stops consuming messages

My application consumes some messages from RabbitMQ and processes them. I have about 10 queues and each queue has up to ten consumers (threads). I have a prefetch of 5. I’m running my setup in Heroku using the CloudAMQP plugin (RabbitMQ as a service). I’m running with the default heartbeat and connection timeout settings (60 seconds). My java application is

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