I have followed instruction mentioned here to install ERPNext through docker but could not get success
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# Custom apps
To add your own Frappe/ERPNext apps to the image, we'll need to create a custom image with the help of a unique wrapper script
> For the sake of simplicity, in this example, we'll be using a place holder called `[custom]`, and we'll be building off the edge image.
Create two directories called `[custom]-worker` and `[custom]-nginx` in the `build` directory.
mkdir ./build/[custom]-worker ./build/[custom]-nginx
Create a `Dockerfile` in `./build/[custom]-worker` with the following content:
RUN install_app [custom] https://github.com/[username]/[custom] [branch]
# Only add the branch if you are using a specific tag or branch.
On redeploying container neither it gives error nor installed but ERPNext remained installed and custom app is not installing , Any hit of possible issue .
Check these if it helps:
Use the castlecraft/custom_frappe_docker
Here is the diff code for community reference:
❯ docker-compose up -d
Creating isppme_docker_isppme-erpnext-nginx_1 ... done
Creating isppme_docker_redis-socketio_1 ... done
Creating isppme_docker_traefik_1 ... done
Creating isppme_docker_redis-cache_1 ... done
Creating isppme_docker_mariadb_1 …
Refer these changes
I could not solve the issue . I am learning first time the docker technology , tried other method to create image with apps required/developed by client and that did not work too . Being new Server I formatted server and repeated the process very carefully but with no luck again.
@revant_one I found docker interesting . I have questions comparing to traditional bench based installation and compiling the list and will share through a separate post
If the apps are free share the list here and I’ll share a diff branch like I shared for other FOSS users.