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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_nameSmiley Tongueort to operations portal page rather than wildfly page in FNO 2017R1?

Question

In FlexNet Operations 2017, the domain nameSmiley Tongueort 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_nameSmiley Tongueort 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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