We are trying to include OpenHIM in an environment where they preferably use Docker. After talking with a few folks from Jembi we were able to locate a docker compose file for the basic OpenHIM install with
openhim-core and openhim-console.
But we need to include a couple mediators as well in the install. I am pretty new to docker and have only conceptual knowledge. After discussing with people working with Docker and giving a brief idea of how
a mediator and openhim core work their suggestion was to use Volumes in docker compose to copy mediator files (usually stored in /usr/share/ and available in github) and a separate volume for implementation specific scripts or resources like shell scripts
(one of the mediator we are using is the Shell script mediator).
I am reaching out to see if anyone in the community have experience with dockerizing mediators or have an idea/best practice examples for this architecture(OpenHIM/Mediators) or how a similar example in docker
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