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How to run a MTA App deployed on the cloud foundry trail account?

Hello Experts,

I have created one MTA App in the Full Stack Web IDE, then I created DB, JAVA and UI module along with their code. All the modules built and executed successfully independently from the Web IDE.

I built the entire MTA project and deployed the .mtar file onto the cloud foundry trail account, it got deployed successfully.

Now I can't see the UI module in the applications list in the cloud foundry but I can see DB and JAVA module.

Now I have no clue how to run the MTA App. Requesting for your help here.

The application list looks as attached.

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  • Posted on Dec 23, 2018 at 10:42 AM

    Please click on the appRouter Application and you should see an URL that you can use to access the App.

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  • Posted on Dec 30, 2018 at 07:23 PM

    Hello All,

    I have updated the xs-app.json file of the appRouter module inside my MTA App as mentioned below and now appRouter application gives a different error "503 Service Temporarily Unavailable" when we run the appRuter application in the browser.

    I am not sure if we need to update the xs-app.json file of aapRouter but just tried as hit and trail.

    	"authenticationMethod": "none",
    	"routes": [{
    		"source": "^(.*)$",
    		"target": "$1",
    		"service": "html5-apps-repo-rt",
    		"authenticationType": "xsuaa"

    Please guide me to resolve this issue.

    Error getting for AppRouter Application.

    I am trying this in Cloud Foundry trail account(AWS).



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  • Posted on Jan 11, 2019 at 08:19 AM

    I could manage to run the UI module without using the App Router.

    I didn't use Cloud foundry's HTML5 repository at the time of UI module creation, so it didn't create App router.

    Now I can see an application called UI and it executes fine.

    But still I am wondering, how to make use of App Router when we use Cloud foundry's HTML5 repository.



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    • Hello Sudhir,

      I am struggling with the same kind of problem. Below route is added to xs-app.json file of the html5 module in my MTA.

      { "source": "^(.*)$", "target": "$1", "service": "html5-apps-repo-rt", "authenticationType": "xsuaa" }

      deployment fails with below error,

      xs-app.json/routes/0: Format validation failed (A route requires access to html5-apps-repo-rt service but the service is not bound.)

      When the route is removed from xs-app.json file the MTA gets deployed successfully but when i open the appRouter URL it gives error as File not found with "siteNotFound/siteNotFound.html" at the end of the URL

      Can you please help with any pointers?



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