<dependency> <groupId>org.springdoc</groupId> <artifactId>springdoc-openapi-ui</artifactId> <version>last-release-version</version> </dependency>
to your project. you can than access the swagger UI with /swagger-ui.html.
my spring boot app also serve the static UI with context path / (root) and are packaged under classpath:/statics. This is one of the default path Spring autoconfig provides. The problem is with springdoc-openapi-ui, the static page won't work anymore. Turns out, it because springdoc-openapi-ui has a SwaggerConfig configuration which will add a resource handler, like this.
if(swaggerPath.contains("/") uiRootPath = swaggerPath.substring(0, swaggerPath.lastIndexOf('/'));
registry.addResourceHandler( uiRootPath + "/**").addResourceLocations(WEB_JARS_PREFIX_URL + "/").resourceChain(false);
defaul swaggerPath is "/swagger-ui.html", thus uiRootPath resolves to an empty string.
This prevents the resource handler spring autoconfig added from working as both are binded to /**.
To resolve this, we just have to set swaggerPath to something with more than one level. e.g.
This will add the /webjars/ directory to /swager/** instead.