I installed Parse and Parse Dashboard using docker compose. Now when i log in i see 403 error for serverinfo call.
Here is docker compose i used. I am not docker expert but i got docker compose from bitnami’s github and edited it based on what info was provided on github page.
version: '2' services: mongodb: image: docker.io/bitnami/mongodb:4.2 volumes: - 'mongodb_data:/bitnami/mongodb' environment: - ALLOW_EMPTY_PASSWORD=yes - MONGODB_USERNAME=parsedbuser - MONGODB_DATABASE=parsedb - MONGODB_PASSWORD=parsedbpassword parse: image: docker.io/bitnami/parse:5 ports: - '1337:1337' volumes: - 'parse_data:/bitnami/parse' depends_on: - mongodb environment: - PARSE_DATABASE_HOST=mongodb - PARSE_DATABASE_PORT_NUMBER=27017 - PARSE_DATABASE_USER=parsedbuser - PARSE_DATABASE_NAME=parsedb - PARSE_DATABASE_PASSWORD=parsedbpassword parse-dashboard: image: 'bitnami/parse-dashboard:latest' ports: - '4040:4040' volumes: - 'parse_dashboard_data:/bitnami' depends_on: - parse environment: - PARSE_DASHBOARD_ALLOW_INSECURE_HTTP=1 - PARSE_DASHBOARD_PARSE_HOST=192.168.1.181 - PARSE_DASHBOARD_PARSE_APP_ID=apid - PARSE_DASHBOARD_PARSE_APP_NAME=ap volumes: mongodb_data: driver: local parse_data: driver: local parse_dashboard_data: driver: local
IP address for host running docker is “192.168.1.181”.
Everthing install fine and runs. When i go to dashboard and login i get blank page and following errors in inspector window.
Any idea’s what i am doing wrong? i am trying to install to play with parse but i only found one article and my docker compose looks similar to his except that my syntax is different coz his was written in 2018. If any of you have installed using docker compose and have it working would love to compare and see what i am doing wrong. Also would love to see what other options i can add to compose i am pretty sure i missed something.