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Hi All, I have java application which I run using “javaws http://localhost:9088/rtccClient/rtcc.jnlp” from my windows machine. I created docker Linux container in my windows machine for my java application and it has ip “172.18.0.3” and in docker file I exposed 9080 port. I am running my docker as below.
“docker run --name recontainer17 -d -p 9088:9080 reimage17” after that I was trying to run the application as below.
“javaws http://localhost:9088/rtccClient/rtcc.jnlp”. but it was not working. please help how to run my java application from my windows host machine. I even tried as "javaws http://172.18.0.3:9088/rtccClient/rtcc.jnlp.
below is my docker file.
RUN yum -y install unixODBC
RUN yum -y install libaio
RUN mkdir -pv /basic
RUN mkdir -pv /resources/security
COPY ./basicinstaclient/oracle-instantclient19.8-basic-188.8.131.52.0-1.x86_64.rpm /basic/
RUN rpm -i /basic/oracle-instantclient19.8-basic-184.108.40.206.0-1.x86_64.rpm
ADD ./rtcc.ear /opt/ibm/wlp/usr/servers/defaultServer/apps
ADD ./rtccClient.war /opt/ibm/wlp/usr/servers/defaultServer/apps
ADD ./resources/bootstrap.properties /opt/ibm/wlp/usr/servers/defaultServer
ADD ./resources/server.xml /opt/ibm/wlp/usr/servers/defaultServer
ADD ./resources/hibernate/ /opt/ibm/wlp/usr/servers/defaultServer/hibernate
ADD ./resources/oracle/ /opt/ibm/wlp/usr/servers/defaultServer/oracle
ADD ./certificates/ /opt/ibm/wlp/usr/servers/defaultServer/resources/security
You should probably use the docker machine ip (usually http://192.168.99.100:xxxx) where xxxx is your mapped port, instead of http://localhost:xxxx (which won’t work because docker doesn’t control the “localhost” name, Windows does).
To get the machine ip, run
If you insist and still want to use “localhost” you have two options:
A. Map a second port in VirtualBox from host (localhost:xxxx) to guest (your exposed docker port).
B. Update your windows hosts file to map the “localhost” host name to the docker machine ip (c:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts) - comment out the line(s) that read:
127.0.0.1 localhost ::1 localhost
and add a line that reads:
But do so at your own peril - any servers that you are running or may run in the future outside of docker on localhost will no longer work.
I feel like this issue may be related. In my case I have been adapting an existing 32 application which I finally have running in a container built against windowsservercore ltsc2019.
The container exposes two ports, and when I run the container
docker run -dp 22737-22738:22737-22738/tcp mycontainer
it starts etc. If I exec -it a cmd.exe window and run netstat -an I see my two ports in there listening.
My host is a VM Windows server 2016 server.
Now, If I understand correctly, that -p option I provided maps my localhost 22737 and 22738 to the containers exposed ports of the same numbers, so I configured an application I have running on my host to attempt to connect to these ports using localhost.
My connection times out, however when I run netstat -an I see the the SYN_SENT status for both ports which implies maybe that the firewall inside my 2016 VM is blocking it. So, I opened the firewall manager and I believe I granted access to everything, because really at this point I would just like to see the host application execute a command with the container application.
What am I missing here?
I am not using the docker toolbox however I am running
Docker version 20.10.7, build 40ef3b6