Skip to content
No description, website, or topics provided.
Branch: master
Clone or download
Latest commit a860ad1 Feb 12, 2020
Type Name Latest commit message Commit time
Failed to load latest commit information.
Dockerfile change config url Oct 7, 2019
Dockerfile.template minor cleanup Feb 12, 2020 minor cleanup Feb 12, 2020
Jenkinsfile jenkins tweak Oct 7, 2019 Update Nov 12, 2018
common.bash minor cleanup Feb 12, 2020 bugfix Feb 12, 2020 change config url Oct 7, 2019


This container runs the configBuilder script and generates a Dockerfile (and related dependencies) along with a default TIER Shibboleth IdP config, customized based on the user's reponse to a few questions.

The config is written to /output in the container, which users should bind-mount to a directory of their choosing (best to use an empty directory).

The result is a set of files and directories containing everything needed to build a TIER Shibboleth IdP container. This includes the Dockerfile and related dependencies, along with the default TIER IdP config.

Once the files have been written to your directory, the container terminates and can be deleted.

You can run the container directly from the docker hub like this: docker run -it -v $PWD:/output -e "BUILD_ENV=LINUX" tier/shibbidp_configbuilder_container

-OR, for a Windows container, like this-

docker run -it -v $PWD:/output -e "BUILD_ENV=WINDOWS" tier/shibbidp_configbuilder_container

After answering the questions in the configBuilder, your config will be written to several files and directories in the directory you mounted in the 'docker run' command above. The output defaults to placing certain IdP config files into a 'SECRETS' folder at the root to a) remove them from the rest of the config files so that b) the remaining config files can be easily burned into the container.

You can’t perform that action at this time.