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Getting started Adobe’s ColdFusion Docker images

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August 02, 2019 09:54:17 AM GMT
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<p>Interested in getting started with the Adobe CF Docker images? Here's where you can find more.</p>
<p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://coldfusion.adobe.com/2019/08/getting-started-adobes-coldfusion-docker-images/">Getting started Adobe’s ColdFusion Docker images</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://coldfusion.adobe.com">ColdFusion</a>.</p>
Labels: Blog, ColdFusion, Modern CFML, Docker

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Hi, I'm trying to download the CF container image from <span><a href="https://eaps-docker-coldfusion.bintray.io" rel="nofollow">https://eaps-docker-coldfusion.bintray.io</a> but keep running into authentication errors. I've created an account both with Adobe and Bintray. No luck. And I'm using the download guidance at <a href="https://www.jfrog.com/confluence/display/BT/Docker+Repositories" rel="nofollow">https://www.jfrog.com/confluence/display/BT/Docker+Repositories</a> as well as <a href="https://bintray.com/eaps/coldfusion/cf%3Acoldfusion#" rel="nofollow">https://bintray.com/eaps/coldfusion/cf%3Acoldfusion#</a></span> Most confusing of all is the interpreting what the API key should be in this line: docker login -u chrisamoran -p <API_KEY> eaps-docker-coldfusion.bintray.io. I've tried using a base64 encoded combination of username and username : password, but nothing works. Any recommendations?  
Comment by chrism87438241
2407 | October 09, 2019 06:47:29 PM GMT
Chris, do you mean you are using that bintray.io URL in your browser? You should not. (I get the same prompt and can't login.) First, to be clear, if you want information ABOUT  the CF containers there, see the URL you offer later in your comment, <a href="https://bintray.com/eaps/coldfusion/cf%3Acoldfusion" rel="nofollow">https://bintray.com/eaps/coldfusion/cf%3Acoldfusion</a>. Or see Adobe's resources that I point to above, which again point to that. But then you refer to trying to "download" the image, and if you view the resources I just listed, you will see that indeed, yes, when you do a "docker pull", the url you use is indeed at bintray.io But you would do that "docker pull" from a command line when running Docker. And to be clear, you don't need to authenticate to do that. And you don't need any API key. Let us know if this gets you going.
Comment by Charlie Arehart
2408 | October 09, 2019 08:08:03 PM GMT