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Pluging Apache Qpid into WildFly

Using JBoss Generic JMS Resource Adapter you can use a JMS compatible client to connect WildFly to any broker. This article will describe how to do this with Apache Qpid and thus use JMS over AMQP. Installing Apache Qpid You need to download and untar Apache Qpid Broker-J 8.0.0 from https://qpid.apache.org/download.html. You need to allow for anonymous access. Please use the initial-config.json configuration file. Note that we will start Apache Qpid HTTP server on 9080...

WildFly 19.1.0 is released!

WildFly 19.1.0 Final is now available for download. As we usually do between WildFly majors, we’ve done an update release to provide the WildFly community with important bug fixes and component upgrades that have become available. Typically these are micro releases, but this time we had one feature that we wanted to make available, so we changed the version to 19.1.0 and released a minor. The feature is related to handling of SameSite cookie attributes....

Configuring WildFly S2I image by using CLI Management Operations

Introduction The standard and recommended way to configure the WildFly cloud images is by using environment variables. However, you could find it useful for your use case to configure the server by using a custom CLI management operations script. The following post describes how you can apply management operations to configure the WildFly server image. We will show you how you can execute CLI scripts at the Source-to-Image (S2I) phase and how to use the...

Eclipse MicroProfile OpenTracing comes to WildFly

Until WildFly 19 you could use Eclipse MicroProfile OpenTracing (MPOT) to trace your application using environment variables relying on the SmallRye OpenTracing implementation. With WildFly 19 you can now configure several Jaeger Tracers to be used in your applications. Installing Jaeger Let’s start a jaeger instance using docker : docker run -d --name jaeger \ -p 6831:6831/udp \ -p 5778:5778 \ -p 14268:14268 \ -p 16686:16686 \ jaegertracing/all-in-one:1.16 Now, you can navigate to http://localhost:16686 to...