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How do I redirect the http://domain_name:port to operations portal page rather than wildfly page in FlexNet Operations 2017 R1?

How do I redirect the http://domain_name:port to operations portal page rather than wildfly page in FlexNet Operations 2017 R1?

Summary

How do I redirect the http://domain_name:port to operations portal page rather than wildfly page in FNO 2017R1?

Question

In FlexNet Operations 2017, the domain name:port no longer redirects to operations portal page instead it takes to wildfly page.
For example http://localhost:8888 takes me to wildfly page and not operations portal.
How do I configure it to redirect to operations portal?


Answer

To redirect http://domain_name:port to the FNO operation portal page instead of wildfly page, you will have to add a redirection in the index.html page. Here are the steps:

If you have an embedded Wildfly then do the following:

  • Stop Wildly Server from Flexnet Setup (System Status -> Stop Server)

  • Take a backup of existing index file: C:\ProgramFiles\FlexNetOperations\components\wildfly\welcome-content\index.html

  • Copy the attached index file to C:\ProgramFiles\FlexNetOperations\components\wildfly\welcome-content\ (Overwrite existing file)

  • Start WildFly Server from Flexnet Setup (System Status -> Start Server)


If you have a separate Wildfly, then do the following:

  • Stop Wildly Server from Flexnet Setup (System Status -> Stop Server)

  • Take a backup of existing index file: C:\Program Files\wildfly-8.2.1.Final\welcome-content\index.html

  • Copy the attached index file to C:\Program Files\wildfly-8.2.1.Final\welcome-content\ (Overwrite existing file)

  • Start WildFly Server from Flexnet Setup (System Status -> Start Server)


Try accessing FNO base URL, it should redirect to FNO Producer Portal Logon Screen

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