Archive from October 2016
It is relatively common for applications to need additional configuration files outside of what is provided in Payara Server or Payara Micro. If you are used to using a custom security realm in Payara Server, for example, it may not be immediately clear how you can use the same file with applications deployed to Payara Micro.
In order to fine tune a HTTP listener, the Payara Server administration console provides the means to configure a wide range of options. Besides the basic configuration available for a HTTP listener in the
HTTP service section, it is also possible to set low-level configuration details in the HTTP tab of the same network listener in the
As you probably know, Payara Server was created as an effort to fill the gaps that Oracle left when they dropped commercial support offerings for Glassfish Open Source Edition 4.x versions. However, our goal at Payara Services is not only to fill these gaps in support, but to strengthen the Community around Payara and GlassFish as well. For this to happen, we encourage all Payara Server & Payara Micro users to contribute to the Community - and there are a couple of ways to do so.
We've recently moved the documentation for Payara Server and Payara Micro from its original home in the GitHub project wiki. In doing so, we've altered the structure of the pages and introduced new ways to contribute through the GitBook platform.