just finish installing sql server 2019 alwaysOn on docker container. (references: https://dbtut.com/index.php/2020/06/09/sql-server-2019-alwayson-availability-group-on-docker-containers/ https://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/sql-server-alwayson-with-docker-containers ). in the above references and others, they are not getting to the "listener" configuration point on docker containers. the question is: how to connect to SQL through listener on DOCKER environment? (how to configure it on docker) thanks Source: Docker..
I’m new to SQL databases and to Docker containers. I’m trying to follow up a simple tutorial and I have started by downloading Docker and the MSSQL database (and its command tools). After it, I have tried to run the command sqlcmd to check if everything was fine until now and this error appears in ..
Where is my databse saved when I create it in MYSQL through docker? I created a SQL server with docker by running the following command: sudo docker run –name toms-sql -p 3306:3306 -e MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=password mysql However Source: Docker..
I installed oracle db version 19c in my docker environment and set up a database filled with dummy data. However, when I try to run a very large query I get the error: SP2-0341: line overflow during variable substitution (>3000 characters at line 1). I tried splitting it up with linebreaks but depending on how ..
I’ve been having some problems to build with docker compose and dockerfile. There are some errors related to msqltools and sql while I’m building. Here’s the dockerfile: FROM ubuntu:18.04 ARG DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive ARG PHP_VERSION=7.3 ARG COMPOSER_ALLOW_SUPERUSER=1 Install development packages and clean up apt cache. RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y –no-install-recommends ca-certificates curl g++ git ..
I have a Django app running in Docker container. I’d like to populate my Postgres -database with some data when I run docker-compose up. I tried writing a sql -file: # sql/fill_tables.sql INSERT INTO person(name, gender) VALUES (‘testUser’, ‘male’); This is my docker-compose.yml where I have added the sql to the volumes: db: image: postgres ..
I have setup DB2 v188.8.131.52 in a Docker container and accessed it via DBeaver. I want to run a script with a CREATE PROCEDURE statement on DB2 database. But it returns SQL Error : An unexpected token "END-OF-STATEMENT" was found following "E IF EXISTS TEMP_IDS". The sample script I tried is here. –#SET DELIMITER $$ ..
This is the docker-compose.yml file I have. Everything is perfect until it starts inserting data into table. I have tried various postgres images like 13-alpine, 12-alpine, 10.5-alpine according to answers replied to other questions but still getting the error at the end. version: ‘3.9’ services: productservice: build: ./productservice container_name: productservice ports: – ‘5000:5000’ depends_on: – ..
I have backup several databases e.g. SQL Server, PostgreSQL in a Docker container to it and now I need to get backup from Docker container to my Windows disk. As far as I know, it may also possible to copy file from Docker container to disk by using the following command: docker cp <Container ID>:<Container ..
I run the sql image from docker using docker-compose: c:sqldocker-compose.yml version: "3.7" services: mssql: image: mcr.microsoft.com/mssql/server:2017-latest ports: – "1433:1433" environment: – "ACCEPT_EULA=Y" – "SA_PASSWORD=pass.." – "MSSQL_PID=Developer" – "MSSQL_AGENT_ENABLED=true" volumes: – type: volume source: data1 target: /var/opt/mssql/data volume: nocopy: true volumes: data1: I want to restore the database from my bak file in the disk. it’s ..