jsreport/jsreport:1.8.2(Dockerfile) contains default installation from npm
jsreport/jsreport:1.8.2-full(Dockerfile) contains default installation plus all the community extensions including wkhtmltopdf or electron recipes
- Install Docker
sudo docker run -p 80:5488 jsreport/jsreport
This is the most basic usage. It will start jsreport server on port 80 directly in the current shell with data and configuration stored directly in container. Change 80 http port to whatever you want.
Start on reboot
You may want to additionally run the container as daemon and restart it on system reboot
sudo docker run -d -p 80:5488 --restart always jsreport/jsreport
sudo docker run -e "authentication_enabled=true" -e "authentication_admin_password=xxx" -p 80:5488 jsreport/jsreport
_ is used as a separator for nested configuration properties. This works usually better in docker environments than also supported
The templates are by default persisted inside the container. You may rather want to store them in a mounted directory or in an external database.
To mount directory with data you need to create directory
/jsreport-home first and then run docker as
sudo docker run -p 80:5488 -v /jsreport-home:/jsreport jsreport/jsreport`
Note that you can also create
prod.config.json inside the mounted directory and reconfigure jsreport before starting it.
Persist in external database
The full image like
jsreport/jsreport:1.8.2-full has all the custom data stores like mongodb, mssql or PostgreSQL already installed. You only need to properly configure the
connectionString environment variable. For example
sudo docker run -e "connectionString_name=mssql" -e "connectionString_uri=Server=tcp:jsreport.database.windows.net,1433;Initial Catalog=jsreport;Persist Security Info=False;User ID=myuser;Password=password;MultipleActiveResultSets=False;Encrypt=True;" -p 80:5488 jsreport/jsreport:1.8.2-full`