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Requirements Bazaar Backend Service

This Dockerfile retrieves the latest version from the continuous integration server on runtime and serves the backend service on port 8080.

Run from Docker Hub

The image is built automatically on Docker Hub:

https://registry.hub.docker.com/u/rwthacis/reqbaz-service/

To run it, simply call:

docker run -d -p 8080:8080 -e MYSQL_HOST=host -e MYSQL_DATABASE=reqbaz -e MYSQL_USER=user -e MYSQL_PASSWORD=pass rwthacis/reqbaz-service

Replace host, reqbaz, user and pass with your respective MySQL data. If you don't have a MySQL server at hand, try the one provided by the Learning Layers project. It consists of two parts, a data container that you can backup and the actual MySQL server container. Run these two lines to start it:

docker run --name mysql-data learninglayers/mysql-data

docker run -d -p 3306:3306 -e MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=pass --volumes-from mysql-data --name mysql learninglayers/mysql

Replace pass with a meaningful root password. To create a database and user that you can insert into the Requirement Bazaar's run command, run the following command:

docker run --link mysql:mysql learninglayers/mysql-create -ppass --new-database reqbaz --new-user myuser

Replace pass with the MySQL root password, reqbaz with the database name and myuser with the desired username. The command-like docker container will return a randomly generated password for this user. Finally, you may simply start the Requirements Bazaar like this:

docker run -d -p 8080:8080 -e MYSQL_HOST=mysql -e MYSQL_DATABASE=reqbaz -e MYSQL_USER=myuser -e MYSQL_PASSWORD=pass --link mysql:mysql rwthacis/reqbaz-service

Build it on your own

Of course you can build the image yourself if you don't want to rely on Docker Hub:

  1. git clone https://github.com/rwth-acis/RequirementsBazaar-Dockerfiles.git
  2. cd RequirementsBazaar-Dockerfiles/reqbaz-service
  3. docker build -t rwthacis/reqbaz-service .

What next?

The backend is great on its own, but what makes it useful is a frontend. To get one, take a look at this GitHub project:

<i class="icon-link "></i>Requirement Bazaar Web Frontend

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