I am using App Platform to deploy Spring Boot with Docker. I want to pass a variable to my Spring Boot app.
name: my-app-name region: ams3 services: - dockerfile_path: Dockerfile github: branch: BRANCH_NAME deploy_on_push: true repo: my_name/my_repo name: web
FROM gradle:7.5-jdk17-alpine AS build COPY --chown=gradle:gradle . /home/gradle/src WORKDIR /home/gradle/src ENV ACTIVE_PROFILE=APP_ACTIVE_PROFILE RUN sh ./gradlew web:build --no-daemon
I want to pass
APP_ACTIVE_PROFILE which is defined in my
App-Level Environment Variables to my docker file.
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I recently answered a similar question here:
As you ar using a Dockerfile, this passes variables down to the
docker buildprocess (with a
--build-argparameter) so you can access the values of the environment variables using the
ARGkeyword in your Dockerfile as you normally would if you were building this on a local machine.
For more information on how to use environment variables with a Dockerfile and the App Platform I could suggest the docs here:
Hope that this helps!