• Docker environment
  • Docker Compose
  • A valid progress.cfg file
  • Container Image for PASOE with EFK Stack Logging (available in ESD)


Use the Container Image

  1. Download the pasoe-basic Github project.
  2. Change to the sample application folder:
    • cd /pasoe-basic/
  3. Update the value for `serviceURI` in `webui/grid.js` to point to your Docker host.
  4. Create a copy of the sports2000 database and start the database server (broker):
    • prodb sports sports2000
    • proserve sports -S 20000
  5. Copy your valid `progress.cfg` file into the conf directory and rename it to progress.cfg.pasoe. This will overwrite the placeholder progress.cfg.pasoe file in that directory.
  6. Update the DBSERVER environment variable in the docker-compose.yaml file to point to the machine running the database server.
    • Notes:
      • You can also configure the following variables in the docker-compose.yaml file:
        • EFK_LOGGING: This enviroment variable determines whether the container uses the EFK Stack for log management. You can use a volume to externalize the logs if desired.
        • INSTANCE_NAME: The name of the pasoe instance for the container. This variable is defined in the docker-compose.yaml for runtime needs and in the Dockerfile for build time when the PASOE instance is created.
        • APP_NAME: The logical name of the application. Changes to this value will be seen in the Elasticsearch indices.
  7. Build the custom container image for the sample application:
    • docker-compose build
      • See [suggestions in the wiki]( if you are having issues.
  8. Increase virtual memory settings to run Elasticsearch:
  9. Start the services
    • docker-compose up -d
  10. Check that the PAS for OpenEdge instance starts:
    • docker-compose exec sports tail -f /oelogs/catalina.out
  11. Check that Elasticsearch starts:
    • docker-compose logs -f elasticsearch
  12. Access the PAS for OpenEdge instance via a web browser:
  13. Access the web ui service via a web browser:
  14. Access Elasticsearch to check on available logs:
  15. Access Kibana to show the logs:
    • http://<docker-host-machine>:5601
    • Notes:
      • Select Management/Index Management to see the indices in Elasticsearch
      • Select Management/Index Pattern to create an index for Kibana:
        • Create index for pasoe_agent_log
        • Specify @timestamp to filter data by time
      • Select Discover to see entries for the pasoe_agent_log index