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Basic image for OpenLMIS 3 development environments.
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OpenLMIS Dockerized Development Image

Image for launching (non-)interactive containers with gradle suitable for developing OpenLMIS v3+ Services.

Based off of alpine-java.

Volumes

  • /app expects a Gradle project to be mounted in. It is also the default working directory.
  • /gradle is a volume for sharing a common Gradle cache. Apart from the project-level cache that will be stored
    in the /app volume, this one is useful for the typical startup of gradle and for sharing that startup in the
    build step of other OpenLMIS Services when appropriate. This should reduce frequent downloads.

Ports

  • 8080 - typical HTTP port
  • 8000 - typical JVM debug port

Environment, EntryPoint & Command

  • GRADLE_OPTS enables the daemon and that's all. This is left intentionally short as other environments (e.g. CI)
    will want to disable the daemon.
  • EntryPoint is, like alpine-java, undefined
  • command is bash

Examples

Build a gradle application (and throw container away when done):

> docker run -it --rm --entrypoint gradle -v $(pwd):/app openlmis/dev build

Use interactively:

> docker run -it --rm -v $(pwd):/app openlmis/dev

Interactive using a named volume for the gradle cache:

> docker run -it --rm -v gradlecache:/gradle -v $(pwd):/app openlmis/dev

Typical development day:

> docker run -it --rm -p 8080:8080 -v gradlecache:/gradle -v $(pwd):/app openlmis/dev
$ gradle clean build

Most interactions should occur through docker-compose.

Tech

  • JDK 1.8
  • Gradle 4.0
  • Node 6.2
  • PSQL 9+
  • RAML-Cop 5
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