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  2. HAL-889

Unable to edit tcp-keep-alive attribute of listeners in undertow subsystem

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      1. Run EAP in domain mode
      2. Navigate to Udertow subsystem and select HTTP in settings column
      3. Switch to HTTP Server tab
      4. Select a HTTP server from table and click on view
      5. Select HTTP listener in sub menu and then a HTTP listener from table
      6. Click on edit
      7. Set value of Tcp keep alive
      8. No success message appears
      9. Verify using cli
        /profile=full/subsystem=undertow/server=default-server/http-listener=default:read-attribute(name=tcp-keep-alive)

        - the value did not save

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      Run EAP in domain mode Navigate to Udertow subsystem and select HTTP in settings column Switch to HTTP Server tab Select a HTTP server from table and click on view Select HTTP listener in sub menu and then a HTTP listener from table Click on edit Set value of Tcp keep alive No success message appears Verify using cli /profile=full/subsystem=undertow/server= default -server/http-listener= default :read-attribute(name=tcp-keep-alive) - the value did not save
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      Set value using CLI

      /profile=full/subsystem=undertow/server=default-server/http-listener=default:write-attribute(name=tcp-keep-alive, value=true)
      
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      Set value using CLI /profile=full/subsystem=undertow/server= default -server/http-listener= default :write-attribute(name=tcp-keep-alive, value= true )

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      I am unable to set Tcp keep alive attribute of listener using web console

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              chaowan@redhat.com Chao Wang
              jkasik@redhat.com Jan Kasik
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