Joget DX Available for Download

Check out Joget DX, the next generation successor to Joget Workflow for faster, simpler digital transformation.

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  1. Now that the Joget Operator has been installed, login to the OpenShift console as a normal user.

  2. Browse to Projects and click on the Create Project button. Enter a name and click on Create.

  3. As a prerequisite, you will need to deploy either a MySQL or MariaDB database in the project.

  4. The fastest way to deploy MySQL would be to use the OpenShift CLI e.g.: 

    Code Block
    # deploy persistent mysql
    export DB_APP_NAME=joget-mysql
    export MYSQL_DATABASE=jwdb
    export MYSQL_USER=joget
    export MYSQL_PASSWORD=joget
  5. Alternatively, you can deploy using the OpenShift Console. For MySQL, you can use either the public docker hub image centos/mysql-57-centos7, or the certified one from the Red Hat Registry

  6. To access images from the Red Hat Registry, you will need to create a Secret containing a valid Red Hat login. If you do not have an account, you can acquire one by registering for one of the following options:
    1. Red Hat Developer Program. This account gives you access to developer tools and programs.
    2. 30-day Trial Subscription. This account gives you a 30-day trial subscription with access to select Red Hat software products.

  7. Browse to Workloads > Secret, select Image Pull Secret from the Create dropdown and key in the Red Hat registry server and login information e.g.

    1. Registry Server Address:
    2. Username: Red Hat login username
    3. Password: Red Hat login password
  8. Browse to the project, and click on Add > Deploy Image.

  9. For MySQL, enter either centos/mysql-57-centos7 or for the Image Name and click on the Search icon.

  10. Key in the following configuration and click on Deploy.  

    1. Name: joget-mysql
    2. Environment Variables:
      1. MYSQL_DATABASE: jwdb
      2. MYSQL_USER: joget
      3. MYSQL_PASSWORD: joget 

  11. Click on the name to verify that the MySQL database has been deployed successfully.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: By default, the data in this MySQL image is not persistent across container restarts. You will need to mount the volume to make the data persistent. Alternatively, deploy a persistent MySQL using a template using the OpenShift CLI described earlier.