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First of all, we will assume than you got the Core and/or IMS project, have installed an IDE and successfully imported the Core and/or IMS project.

 

One of the main interest of Docker is to have the same environment between developers and final users.

In order to do this and to avoid installation of a local machine, we must to have a Dockerized dev environment.

Before doing anything else, we will follow the two first points of an Automatic Installation with Docker (the points 3 and 4 will be used after the instructions of this page).

For Core & IMS development.

As IMS will run on your machine, you will need all the dependencies of IMS : tiffinfo, identify, vips. You can find into the Dockerfile of IMS the way to install these dependancies.

Then, in the Bootstrap folder, make the following changes :

1) In the nginx/deploy.sh file, replace the lines 

by


2) In the nginx/nginx.conf.sample, replace the line

by

 

3) In the restart_keep_data.sh, replace the lines

by

 

6) In the clean_docker_keep_data.sh, add the lines

 

The last modifications need to be done in your IDE.And run the restart_keep_data.sh script.


Don't forget to add the local URLs to your /etc/hosts !

In the Config.groovy file into the Core project, update the value grails.serverURL (development part) by "http://CORE_URL:8080".

In the Config.groovy file into the Core and IMS project, update the public and private keys of admin, superAdmin, and ImageServer users. You can run the cat /proc/sys/kernel/random/uuid command to generate keys

In the DataSource.groovy file into the Core project, update the value username and password (development part) by "docker" and the url by "jdbc:postgresql://localhost:5432/docker".

In the Config.groovy file into the Core projectupdate the value grails.adminPassword by the default password of the admin user and add the retrievalUsername and retrievalPassword (default : cytomine and retrieval_default)


At the end, in IntelliJ, into the IMS project, edit the run configuration and change the Command Line by "-reloading -Dserver.port=9080 run-app -echoOut --stacktrace -nocoverage --verbose" before running the IMS project.
Into the Core, edit the run configuration and change the Command Line by "-reloading -Dserver.port=8080 run-app -echoOut --stacktrace -nocoverage --verbose" before running the Core project

 

You can now browse http://CORE_URL:8080 to test your dev environment.

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