How do apply Puppet class locally

So I have a Puppet configuration that I would like to use to configure Docker
images but I’m not sure how to apply them locally.

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  • RUN puppet apply -e "roles::database"
    

    In my Dockerfile.

    For example I might have a manifest that I want to apply that contains
    something like:

    class roles::database {
        include ::profiles::base
    }
    

    But when I go:

    puppet apply -e "roles::database"
    

    I get:

    Could not parse for environment production: Syntax error at end of file at line 1 on node.
    

    Could someone point me in the right direction?

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    Please check the following examples.

    First – ensure your module path is set correctly. You can provide modulepath as a parameter to apply.

    Second – "roles::database" is not a piece of Puppet code.

    Try this:

    puppet apply -e "include roles::database"
    

    or:

    puppet apply --modulepath=/path_to_modules -e "include roles::database"
    
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