docker-mendix-buildpack - Build and Run Mendix in Docker

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The Mendix Buildpack for Docker (aka docker-mendix-buildpack) provides a standard way to build and run your Mendix Application in a Docker container. Before running the container, it is necessary to build the image with your application. This build will also compile your application. Therefore, when you will build the Docker image you need to provide the BUILD_PATH parameter which indicates where the application model is located. It needs to point to the root directory of an unzipped .MDA or .MPK file. In the latter case, this is the directory where your .MPR file is located.

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