my project structure – HelloWpfCore is my project HelloWpfCore docker file so when I run docker container inside ACR, I am getting output my ACR container output. C:Usersuserpc>docker run dotnetconf20210405173541.azurecr.io/mytest:latest Point X: 1, Y: 2, Z: 3 my question is why my messagebox.show not working/trigerring/launching from ACR container?? Source: Docker..
I am not able to push docker image to azure container registry. It is giving the below error: Get https://abcd.azure.io/v2/: dial tcp: lookup abcd.azure.io on 192.168.65.1:53: no such host Tried below options but no luck: restarted docker turned off VPN disconnected and connected wifi enables google DNS (18.104.22.168) Can anyone help me here what else ..
I’d like to run a .NET Framework (4.8) console app on Azure Container Instances. Starting from https://github.com/microsoft/dotnet-framework-docker/tree/master/samples/dotnetapp If I create the ACI directly: az container create –resource-group mygroup –name nethowdy –image mcr.microsoft.com/dotnet/framework/samples:dotnetapp –restart-policy Never –os-type Windows … it runs as expected – i.e., it completes successfully, and the output is correct: az container logs –resource-group ..
I am trying to setup an Azure Container Registry (ACR) to automatically build Docker images when I commit changes to my Git repository. The problem I’m having is that my Dockerfile is in a folder within the respository. This works, in that Azure retrieves the source code and starts to build the Docker image. However, ..
I’m following this documentation to access azure acr resources. I use the access token obtained through az acr login –name <acrName> –expose-token command to push and pull images to my car. I want to access the metadata of repositories in my acr using https://myregistry.azurecr.io/v2/(without using az acr repository show-tags). However, this is not possible since ..
I build and push docker image into JFrog Artifactory by using Azure DevOps build pipeline. And then using the below yaml file to deploy the image into Azure AKS environment using Kubectl task in the release definition. — apiVersion: apps/v1 kind: Deployment metadata: labels: app: webapplication-jfrog-deployment name: webapplication-jfrog-deployment spec: replicas: 2 selector: matchLabels: app: webapplication-jfrog ..