I am not familiar with AWS cloud Express version. I am using regular 7.0 version on Ubuntu server. In order to export the database file from the mysql I use PHPmyAdmin platform. In Ubuntu the MySQL files are stored by default in var/lib/mysql fouler.
Hi @AyeshaMuss Note: Probably recommended to start a new thread for your issue.
I believe the Express deployment is an EC2 instance running the OpenEMR application and DB as containers with Docker.
If you logon to the EC2 instance via SSH you should be able to see the DB container running with some simple Docker commands.
Note: I think your best bet here to be successful going forward is it to take a little bit of time to get up to speed on docker and containers. Then you can run OpenEMR with Docker locally in order to test the Mirth integration configuration. From there you can easily migrate to a production deployment.
Yayyyyyyyyyyy Dave atleast i am happy your command gave me an o/p
sudo docker ps
CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATE D STATUS PORTS NAMES
c38524ea3cdc openemr/openemr:7.0.0 “./openemr.sh” 2 mont hs ago Up 2 days 0.0.0.0:80->80/tcp, :::80->80/tcp, 0.0.0.0:443->443/tcp, :: :443->443/tcp lightsail_openemr_1
20b0878cf055 openemr/mysql-xtrabackup:latest “docker-entrypoint.s…” 2 mont hs ago Up 2 days 3306/tcp lightsail_mysql_1
In regards to running OpenEMR locally, I didn’t mean on AWS, I meant right on your laptop/workstation with docker for a more efficient development environment. This way you can skip the SSH to the cloud instance step, and simply work with the container on your local workstation.
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