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WProofreader Docker

This is a Docker configuration that you can use to build a WProofreader image.

Note! You can also use a Docker image with WProofreader Server that we built and published on Doker Hub.

To create and use a custom Docker image with WProofreader Server:

  1. Clone WProofreader Docker repo.
  2. Copy the WebSpellChecker/WProofreader installation package (e.g. wsc_app_x64_5.5.4.0_57.tar.gz) to wproofreader-docker/files directory.
  3. If needed, adjust the default installation options by modifying the wproofreader-docker/files/config.ini file. For details on the available options, refer to Automated Installing WebSpellChecker on Linux guide.
  4. Build a Docker image using the command below:

docker build -t webspellchecker/wproofreader <path_to_Dockerfile_directory>

where:

  • -t assign a tag name webspellchecker/wproofreader.
  • <path_to_Dockerfile_directory> the path to a Dockerfile directory (not to Dockerfile itself). If a Dockerfile is in the same directory, e.g. /wproofreader-docker/, you need to use to use . instead of the path.

docker build -t webspellchecker/wproofreader .

  1. Create and run a Docker container from the latest Docker image with the following options:

docker run --mac-address="12:34:d7:b0:6b:61" -d -p 80:80 -p 2880:2880 webspellchecker/wproofreader <license_ticket_id> <your_host_name>

To use global custom and user dictionaries your need to share a directory for the dictionaries with the Docker container. To do so, run a container as follows:

docker run --mac-address="12:34:d7:b0:6b:61" -d -p 80:80 -p 2880:2880 -v <your_directory_path>:/dictionaries webspellchecker/wproofreader <license_ticket_id> <your_host_name>

where:

  • --mac-address="12:34:d7:b0:6b:61" predefine a MAC address of Docker container to ensure the correct licensing process.
  • -d start a container in detached mode.
  • -p 80:80 and -p 2880:2880 map the host port and the exposed port of container, where port 80 is a web server port and 2880 is the service port.
  • -v <shared_dictionaries_directory>:/dictionaries mount a shared directory where personal user and global custom dictionaries will be created and stored. This is required to save the dictionaries between starts of containers.
  • webspellchecker/wproofreader the latest tag of WProofreader Server Docker image.
  • license_ticket_id your license ticket ID.
  • your_host_name the name of a host name that will be used for setup of demo samples with WProofreader. This is an optional parameter, and if nothing is specified, localhost will be used (e.g. http://localhost/wscservice/samples/).

Working with Container

  1. Going further if you need to restart the service or container, you should use Docker start or stop commands with a container Id as an option.

docker start <container_id>

  1. If you are creating a new container (upgrade the version, migrate to another server, etc.), you must deactivate a license first. Otherwise, it will be broken.

To deactive the license propely, the following steps are required:

  • Connect to a container where WProofreader is running using docker exec command:

docker exec -it <container_id> bash

  • Deactivate a license following the steps described in the manual.

After that you can use your license safely with a new container. The steps how to start a new container are described above.

Further Steps

Once a docker container with WProofreader is up and running, you need to integrate it into your web app.

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