We recommend to run Axon.ivy Engine behind a web front-end server like Apache httpd, Microsoft IIS. In those cases the web front-end server receives all requests from the clients and forwards them to the Axon.ivy Engine which handles them. This allows to integrate the processes and applications that you are running on an Axon.ivy Engine into a company or web portal. Some web front-end server provide Single Sign On (SSO) functionality. The front-end server then is responsible to identify the user (either automatically or by login). After that the user is able to operate on all web sites that are integrated into the web front-end server.
All necessary files that you need to integrate an Axon.ivy Engine into a Web Server can be found in the following directories inside the Axon.ivy Engine installation directory:
Apache HTTP Server for Windows (x64):
IIS for Windows (x64):
The directory that matches the platform and webserver where you plan to integrate the Axon.ivy Engine will be called integration directory in this chapter.
The integration binaries for Linux are not delivered with the Axon.ivy Engine as it is best practice to use the Tomcat Connector binaries that are provided by the Linux distribution. Have a look Linux configuration.
External base URL
Once Axon.ivy is served to clients via a front-end webserver, you must make the front-end webserver known as shown in the ivy.webserver.yaml. Axon.ivy will use this configuration to create absolute links that are accessible to clients (e.g. for links in task mails).
# sample ivy.yaml that configures an front-end webserver for clients. # https://acme.com:443/ will be the absolute URL prefix for links generated by Axon.ivy. Frontend: HostName: acme.com Port: 443 Protocol: https
The Axon.ivy Engine can be integrated with a lot of different services.