I want to connect to Azure SQL Server from my container deployed on Azure kubernetes, especially using sqlcmd. Something similar to this How do I install sqlcmd in openjdk docker image? should I also need to install .Net Framework on the docker image? Source: Docker..
I am trying to setup a Microsoft SQL Server from a Docker image and load a script file that creates a database and adds a couple of file groups to that database. The dockerfile looks like this: # Get MSSQL image FROM mcr.microsoft.com/mssql/server:2017-CU24-ubuntu-16.04 # Set arguments (must be after FROM) ARG SA_PASSWORD=SecretComplexPassword1234! # Set environment ..
I create my MSSQL database docker container with only docker-compose.yml file and setup.sql file. My .yml file looks like that: version: "3.7" services: sql-server-db: container_name: sql-server-db image: mcr.microsoft.com/mssql/server:2019-latest ports: – "1433:1433" environment: SA_PASSWORD: "secret123new!" ACCEPT_EULA: "Y" volumes: – ./data/mssql:/scripts/ command: – /bin/bash – -c – | # Launch MSSQL and send to background /opt/mssql/bin/sqlservr & ..
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 ..
i am facing some weird error when trying to run SQLCMD from docker. below is the command i run docker run –volume /home/centos:/data –volume /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -e TZ=Asia/Singapore -e TESTCONTAINERS_RYUK_ENABLED=false –workdir /data –rm -it mcr.microsoft.com/mssql-tools after i am in the docker’s bash, i run the command to restore the DB sqlcmd -S myIpAddress -U myUserid -P ..
I have followed the official Microsoft documentation and I have installed SQL Server Docker image As result I have a SQL Server image running on Docker at the IP address 172.17.0.2 I also can easily connect to it using sqlcmd with my dummy password The problem is that I cannot connect to it through SSMS: ..
So, I have 2 docker containers (inside one of them I have an application, inside another sqlsrv). I tried to connect from the docker-container with application to the sql server database inside another container. For this I did: [email protected]:/# sqlcmd -S 172.17.0.1 -U sa -P test After I got an issue: Sqlcmd: Error: Microsoft ODBC ..