How to Run Docker Container
The Docker technology is designed to automate the deployment of the applications by using lightweight containers. Developers can use a Docker Container to wrap up an application with all of its libraries and dependencies and deploy everything as a single package.
Aspose.Words Cloud team has published the Docker Container on Docker Hub to facilitate the Docker users. The following sections will guide you that how to run a Docker commands or write configuration in a Yaml file for Docker compose tool.
|Mount path in container||Description|
|/fonts||Folder with fonts, which will be used to render documents|
|/data||File storage folder|
|LicensePublicKey||Public key of the license|
|LicensePrivateKey||Private key of the license|
If “License” parameters are omitted, the app will work in trial mode. If “User” parameter is set, each request requires “Authorization” header (JWT authentication). The URL to obtain token is “/connect/token”.
Run a Docker container using command line
You can simply run the following docker command after pulling the container from Docker Hub.
docker run -e "LicensePublicKey=public_key" -e "LicensePrivateKey=private_key" -v "/fonts:/fonts" -v "/data:/data" aspose/words.cloud
Configurations for Docker-Compose Tool
You can write the following configurations in your yaml file for Docker-Compose tool:
AsposeWordsCloud: image: aspose/words.cloud ports: ["8082:80"] volumes: [ "./fonts:/fonts", "./storage:/data", ] environment: "User": "User" "Password": "Password" "LicensePublicKey": "yourKeyHere" "LicensePrivateKey": "yourKeyHere"