Hello flowable team ,
I tried to run the flowable-ui apps with keycloak (with docker-compose docker-compose
I noticed you are using two realms (master and flowable) in docker-compose.
flowable-idm app can only calls users who are created in the master realm.
thank you for explaining to me the objective of this separation.
I also tried to integrate fowable-rest app in the docker-compose file, but when I execute the request “getusers” (list) I didn’t find the added users neither in master realm nor in flowable realm.
How can I retrieve the list of users created in keycloak from rest-api?
the Flowable users live in the
Flowable realm. The keycloak admin user lives in the
admin user is a kind of super admin and can be used to query users in other domains.
There was an misconfiguration in the docker compose config;
FLOWABLE_IDM_APP_KEYCLOAK_REALM should be
Flowable (in order to retrieve the users in that realm.
I’ve pushed this fix to master.
Thanks for your response.
I have changed the realm and I retrieve the users recorded in Flowbale realm but I cannot get users by flowable-rest api.
Could you elaborate on how you try to do that? And what possible errors you get?
Running the keycloak docker compose example from master I’m able to retrieve the users.
with the public API credentials;
I integrate flowable-app rest in my docker compose with flowable-ui app when I execute getUsers request
I can’t find registered users in Flowable realm.
can I extract the other APIs that are under /flowable-ui/ (like http://localhost:8080/flowable-ui/process-api/identity/users) in swagger ? ([it works perfectly GET http://localhost:8080/flowable-ui/process-api/identity/users] with bacic auth)
You do not need to add Flowable REST. All the Flowable REST APIs are exposed in Flowable UI.
So you would either use Flowable UI or use Flowable REST.
@yvo How do we access the flowable REST, if we host Flowable-UI docker instance ??