I have installed Camunda Wildfly 10 distribution.
I deploy my process applications and I run the “camunda-bpm-wildfly10-7.6.0\start-camunda.bat” file which gives me access to http://localhost:8080/camunda/app/welcome/default/#/welcome
However, when I try to connect to the same address with my IP instead of localhost, that’s not possible.
What should I check/configure?
In also have a Camunda-Tomcat distribution installed and it works fine with both ways.
This is the default behaviour of wildfly. It only listens on localhost.
Got to the file standalone.xml and find Interfaces/interface with name “public”.
Change child element to
Editing start-camunda.bat and changing
start standalone.bat -b 0.0.0.0
should also work.
With this you change the bind adress also from localhost to ‘any address’.
How can we do sth similar with the “start-camunda.sh” file?
Edit: Okay, I just edited last line of that file into
/bin/sh "$(dirname "$0")/server/wildfly-10.1.0.Final/bin/standalone.sh" - b 0.0.0.0
Thanks @kontrag, I have used your solution and it works!
Another topic, do you know if Camunda Modeler has a web application to publish to Internet too?