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DecisionRules Server

Production Container
Download the latest DecisionRules server container that provides all the backend functionalities with maintenance and regular updates. The server requires Redis Cache and MongoDB.

How to start the Decision Rules server

The server can only be started with the set of env. variables that are necessary for operation.

Method 1: Pulling and running the Docker container in the terminal

The server can be started using a simple docker run command. If you don't have the container downloaded yet, you can pull it using the docker pull command.
//pull container
docker pull decisionrules/server
//run container alone
docker run -d -p 8080:8080 -p 8081:8081
-e WORKERS_NUMBER=1
-e REDIS_URL=YOUR_REDIS_URL
-e MONGO_DB_URI=YOUR_MONGODB_URL
-e CLIENT_URL=http://localhost:80/#/
-e LICENSE_KEY=YOUR_LICENSE_KEY
-v license:/assets/lic/ decisionrules/server
Some env. variables can be omitted. For full list of env. variables see here.

Method 2: Creating your own docker-compose file

If you don't want to use too much terminal you can create your own docker-compose file. The file type is YAML.
version: "1.0"
​
services:
server:
image: decisionrules/server
environment:
- "REDIS_URL=YOUR_REDIS_URL"
- "MONGO_DB_URI=YOUR_MONGO_URI"
- "CLIENT_URL=YOUR_CLIENT_URL"
- "LICENSE_KEY=YOUR_LICENSE_KEY"
ports:
- "8080:8080"
- "8081:8081"
volumes:
- license:/assets/lic/:rw
volumes:
license:
driver: local
Docker compose files are started with docker compose up command.

What not to forget

  • The server must be accessible from your browser for the client app to work.