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JMS Topic – Weblogic to Wildfly / JBoss migration

I have one of my Topics in WebLogic with overrides properties “Time-To Deliver Override” and “Delivery Mode Override” I’m working on a migration to WildFly server. I’ve declared the Topics in the standalone.xml under the ActiveMQ subsystem tag as following But, I have no idea on how can I configure the equivalent of “Time-To Deliver Override” and “Delivery Mode Override”

Wildfly Undertow: jakarta.servlets.Servlet does not implement javax.servlet.Servlet

I am trying to migrate some Servlets from javax libraries to jakarta. Changes are pretty straightforward but, when I try to run them on Wildfly 23, I get this error message: Servlet JAX-WS-Service of type class does not implement javax.servlet.Servlet This happens for this servlet (used for JAXWS, but that’s not the point) but also with my own servlets,

How to update standalone.xml offline in WildFly

As part of my project, I need to support legacy JAAS security domain to protect my EJBs. I am following the quickstart ( and updating the configuration using jboss-cli ( Everything is working fine with my POC. But, I am facing an issue when I am trying to apply this concept in production code. We wrap our production code along

Shared Dependency for two Deployments on Wildfly

I have two webapps, which are deployed within the same wildfly. Both webapps should share certain libraries, which are not part of the wildfly modules. To keep the deployment non-dependent on the specific wildfly, I would prefer not to provide the shared libraries via the wildfly-module system (I am aware, it is possible to user-define modules). My approach was to

Is there a way to configure the storageProviderTimeout in Keycloak?

I have developed an implementation of the User Storage SPI that calls an API in a legacy system to migrate users. I need to configure my own value for storageProviderTimeout as there is a remote chance that it will take longer than the default 3 seconds to get a response. I have already configured the socket-timeout-millis to be more than

Error com.fasterxml.jackson Deploy .WAR Spring Boot in JBoss/Wildfly

ERROR [] (default task-22) Forwarding to error page from request [/api/method] due to exception [com.fasterxml.jackson.annotation.JsonFormat$Value.hasLenient()Z]: java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: com.fasterxml.jackson.annotation.JsonFormat$Value.hasLenient()Z at com.fasterxml.jackson.datatype.jsr310.deser.JSR310DateTimeDeserializerBase.createContextual( at com.fasterxml.jackson.databind.DeserializationContext.handleSecondaryContextualization( at com.fasterxml.jackson.databind.DeserializationContext.findContextualValueDeserializer( Answer – Create file named jboss-deployment-structure.xml – Add the below block – Copy file in location WEB-INF/jboss-deployment-structure.xml IMG – Preview project Maven

Include third party library in wildfly jar (keycloak SPI)

I am creating plugins (providers) for keycloak using the Service Provider Interface. I have been able to build a couple. Now I need to add the smallrye-graphql-client library to query a graphql server. However, the library is not found in the classpath when I deploy the pluging. Questions Is it possible to still create a jar which includes the dependency

Spring Boot: use database config from WildFly’s standalone.xml

I’m currently developing an REST app whith Spring boot. For development, I hardcode my database configuration in However, this app is going to be deployed on different WildFly servers, each of them defining their DB config (user credentials) in standalone.xml. As I’m a newbe to Spring/Java, here is my question: How can I use the DB config from standalone