This article will teach you how to use the default Servlet available in Undertow Web Server for some concerns, such as directory listing or static resources serving.
In this article you will learn which strategies you can adopt on WildFly application server to configure the maximum number of concurrent requests using either a programmatic approach (MicroProfile Fault Tolerance) or declarative one (Undertow configuration).
In this article we will learn how to replace (or disable) the default Welcome page for WildFly and JBoss EAP which is by default available at localhost:8080. WildFly users To configure an application as default Web app requires two simple steps. Firstly, in your undertow server remove the default welcome application from your host. You … Read more
This article presents different ways of including static content (such as image or css files) in Web applications running on top of WildFly application server.
In this short tutorial we will learn a simple configuration skill to start multiple HTTP Ports on WildFly application server and how to restrict each port to a specific Web application deployed on it.
This articles discusses the nitty-gritty details about JBoss Undertow, with some basic examples and links to the official project.
The max-connections attribute sets the amount of concurrent connections that can be processed by an Undertow listener. You can apply to any of your available connectors. For example, to set the maximum number of connections for the HTTP connector from WildFly / JBoss CLI execute: The configuration will be updated as follows: If your configuration … Read more
In this article we will learn how to create a Web fragment XML file (web-fragment.xml) and how to make it default for all applications deployed on WildFly by using a the deployment-overlay feature.
In some cases it may be necessary to redirect your incoming HTTP traffic to HTTPS to ensure that your connection is encrypted. Let’s see what changes are required in your Undertow configuration to allow automatic redirection from HTTP to HTTPS.
HSTS stands for HTTP Strict Transport Security. It is a method used by websites to declare that they should only be accessible using a secure connection (HTTPS). If a website declares an HSTS policy, the browser should reject all HTTP connections and prevent users from accepting insecure SSL certificates. In this tutorial we will learn how to configure in on WildFly Web server.