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WildFly 10.1 installation on Windows

In order to install the WildFly server you must have Java 8 installed and available on your machine/ server. Here is an article which shows how toinstall Java 8 on Windows (this tutorial explains you how to install WildFly server on Windows). WildFly 10.1 installation on Windows is similar to the WildFly 10.1 installation on Linux.

CHAPTER 4-1 Cisco Prime Service Catalog 11.1 Installation and Upgrade Guide 4 Setting Up WildFly Application Server Cisco Prime Service Catalog is bundled with the Wild Fly. Add a deployment-timeout attribute to the deployment-scanner element.The attribute controls how many seconds WildFly will wait for the deployment operation to complete. The default value is 60. Increase this value until WildFly has sufficient time to deploy the Connect UI.

Here are the steps for installing WildFly 10.1 on Windows:

1) Before starting the installation it is a good idea to test that your environment is setup with the JDK 8 (this task could be done later as well):

2) Download the WildFly (wildfly-10.1.0.Final.zip file) from here.

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3) Create a directory where the WildFly Server binaries will be put.

4) Copy the wildfly-10.1.0.Final.zip file to the new 'wildfly' directory.

5) Unzip the wildfly-10.1.0.Final.zip file and you will get the 'wildfly-10.1.0.Final' directory.

Here are the main structure of the WildFly Server:

Now, you can use the script http://localhost:8080 and the Admin Console at http://localhost:9990/console .

However, if the port 8080 or 9990 is used, you can start the WildFly server on another ports:

standalone.bat -Djboss.socket.binding.port-offset=1


After startup, you should be able to access the web server at http://localhost:8081 and the Admin Console at http://localhost:9991/console .

If you want, in addition to access the the WildFly from a link like http://idam:8081 (using hostname instead localhost), you have to bind the IP address behind 'idam' hostname:

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standalone.bat -Djboss.socket.binding.port-offset=1 -b=

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WildFly 'management' interface can be bound to a specific IP address as well:

standalone.bat -bmanagement=

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Of course, you can bind WildFly 'public' (HTTP listener) and 'management' interface together as to all available IPs on that machine:

Wildfly 11 Install As Windows Service

standalone.bat -b= -bmanagement=