Can I Run a dotnet app which is hosted on IIS in a docker container?

I have developed a web application using asp dotnet and currently I have it running on IIS is there anyway I can run the same app in a docker container,

I am relatively new to Docker and I have played around a bit and I am familiar with docker compose , so I was wondering if I can (dockerize) the application that I have developed.

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    #Making a dotnet container
    FROM microsoft/dotnet:latest
    
    #Make a directory
    WORKDIR /app
    
    #copy dll files and other dependencies
    COPY . /app
    
    #dotnet run should run the app
    ENTRYPOINT ["DOTNET","RUN"]
    

    From what I understand this makes a directory inside my dotnet container and copies the files in the current folder and the app will run on dotnet run

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  • One Solution collect form web for “Can I Run a dotnet app which is hosted on IIS in a docker container?”

    You need to change a little your Dockerfile, try this:

    #Making a dotnet container
    FROM microsoft/iis
    
    SHELL ["powershell"]
    
    RUN Install-WindowsFeature NET-Framework-45-ASPNET ; \  
        Install-WindowsFeature Web-Asp-Net45
    
    RUN Remove-WebSite -Name 'Default Web Site'  
    RUN New-Website -Name 'app' -Port 80 \  
        -PhysicalPath 'c:\app' -ApplicationPool '.NET v4.5'
    
    #copy dll files and other dependencies
    COPY app app
    
    #dotnet run should run the app
    CMD ["ping", "-t", "localhost"]  
    

    Test it

    docker build -t app .  
    docker run --name app -d -p 80:80 app
    docker inspect --format="{{.NetworkSettings.Networks.nat.IPAddress}}" app
    

    It will give you an ip just test it in your browser.

    More information: Run IIS + ASP.NET on Windows 10 with Docker

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