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Swagger and Health UI after deployment

Once a local app is deployed, what is the URL of the Swagger ui and Health UI?
How do I access the backend APIs and health liveness and readiness URLs?

  
  
Posted one year ago
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There are a few thins to consider:

  • swagger is not deployed in production build by default (can be set in application.yml, https://quarkus.io/guides/openapi-swaggerui#quarkus-swaggerui_quarkus.swagger-ui.always-include)
  • health/live endpoints are not routed via traefik proxy by default, you need to change your deployment stack file and add custom rules for that (checkout deployment/docker/<stack>.yml) and look for traefik rules in labels.
    • alsow swagger-ui and openapi endpoints need to included in traefik rules
    • be careful when exposing thos endpoints (security)
  
  
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