How to deploy Activiti Cloud Example on Minikube using Helm

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silversky
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How to deploy Activiti Cloud Example on Minikube using Helm

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Hi.

I'm trying to deploy Activiti Cloud Example on Minikube. But I cannot access it via browser.

Environment

OS/MiddlewareVersion
Host OSMacOS Mojave
minikubev0.35.0
kubernetesv1.13.4
helmv2.13.0

Action

$ git clone https://github.com/Activiti/activiti-cloud-charts

$ cd activiti-cloud-charts/activiti-cloud-full-example

$ minikube start --disk-size=40g --memory=10000 --cpus=4 --vm-driver=hyperkit

$ minikube addons enable ingress

$ sudo vi /etc/hosts

<result of minikube ip>   activiti-cloud-gateway.default.activiti.example.com (add left info to hosts file)

$ kubectl apply -f helm-service-account-role.yaml

$ helm init --service-account helm --upgrade

$ helm repo add activiti-cloud-charts https://activiti.github.io/activiti-cloud-charts/

$ helm repo update helm install --name example activiti-cloud-charts/activiti-cloud-full-example \

--set global.gateway.domain=activiti.example.com

Expected: Container created successfully and can access via browser

Actual: Container created and access it via browser successfully. But I saw error message below and cannot create new project.

Show error message when access activiti cloud modeler via browser.

Is there any missing setting?

It is very helpful to have advice.

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silversky
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Re: How to deploy Activiti Cloud Example on Minikube using Helm

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It was constructed by using the nip.io address for the domain.

--set global.gateway.domain=<nip.io wildcard DNS address>

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silversky
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Re: How to deploy Activiti Cloud Example on Minikube using Helm

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It was constructed by using the nip.io address for the domain.

--set global.gateway.domain=<nip.io wildcard DNS address>