Jun 23

Dockerizing an Existing App

I have been playing with Docker for a bit now and have always started play apps with Docker enabled. I decided to Dockerize an existing app. Ok, so, Right-click on project, select Add, then Docker Support. Ok great, there’s my additional project in the solution for Docker-Compose. I then decide to start debugger with Docker environment as primary. It fails to build. That’s strange. So, I do a Clean and Rebuild. Same issue. Docker-compose is complaining about a npm package that is not even in my project but in another app altogether! Sheesh!

When you Dockerize your app, select that project and then Show All Files. What I found is that the Docker-Compose files are in the parent folder of my application. It now sees and attempts to use ALL projects in the sub-folders from that point.

Simple solution; copy the solution file, Docker-compose files, and my application folder to a new parent folder. Now it only has my application(s) and Docker-Compose.

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