Web applications

To enable the Web Applications you can use the following starter in your pom.xml:


By default, the starter registers a controller to redirect / to Camunda’s bundled index.html. To disable this, you have to add to your application properties:


The default error handling coming with the Spring Boot (‘whitelabel’ error page) is enabled in the starter. To switch to the Camunda error pages (webjar/META-INF/resources/webjars/camunda/error-XYZ-page.html), please put them to the application folder structure under /src/main/resources/public/error/XYZ.html.

Enterprise webapps

To use the enterprise Web applications, include another starter:


Also don’t forget to define the appropriate Camunda engine version (with “ee” suffix): see Overriding Camunda version.

If you are using the enterprise edition, you can also use the camunda.bpm.license-file property to provide a license file that is inserted on application start. Or copy your license file under the name camunda-license.txt to your src/main/resources.

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