no, no database. Just the folder data, with the files mentioned above. This is so strange, I really don’t know why I cannot access the actions / why they are not found. When building the docker-compose there are no errors, same when it start, it indicates that the action server is running.
@threxx you need to inspect the container, did you see my thread above, I have mentioned how to inspect the container. If you mount the volume and all the data is shown there, then it is perfect, if not then it’s an issue.
(maybe a really stupid question) but should I copy everything manually or edit the script? Because if I do it manually I need to do it everytime I rebuild the docker-compose right? So I would rather have it in the script, but then my question is again where I need to add it. (I am really a noob with docker, you might have figured)
The API seems to have everything. It’s a private API with a token authentication, this should work I guess. No requirements.txt for actions
@threxx you are now an expert ok, so relax (docker is just this only) . If you have a docker desktop, delete all images and containers and run it again. I have again seen your code is fine, and me thinking about what can be the issue.
No never not
you doing just fine ok.
It’s already working in the local host as you said, do we have any code for API call?
@nik202 No, everything is on my machine. This is so weird. I will try cleanup the repository tomorrow and then will try this again. Maybe it’s because of that strange structure. Will keep you posted tomorrow. Thanks for all you help so far.
@nik202 Thanks for all your help, today in the morning I was able to fix the problem. The directory was not correctly mounted, so I fixed that in the docker-compose file and now everything works fine. Thanks again for all your help and patience! I really learned a lot