Wow! 

@Kyle Baxter simple and awesome trick! I'm working with InterSystems technologies since Caché 5.0 in 2003 and never figure this out!

This trick is helpful

Hi @Evgeny Shvarov 

Discussing the system monitoring with @Renan Lourenco He gave me the idea for a new Message Viewer.

So I decided to try in a different Namespace using Interoperability to use Manifest features a little more :) 

Should I make it simpler to avoid people getting confused?
 

@Julian Matthews the original project was in a non-docker environment.

But my suggestion is to put the folder Csp  in the same path that you choose in: <Default Name="APPPATH" Dir="/opt/app/" /> 

Change the /opt/app/ to whatever directory you want.

Next, you can use the class Installer.cls to create the Database, Namespace, and Web Application.

So, run the following lines of the Dockerfile in the Caché Terminal: 

Do $system.OBJ.Load("/opt/app/Installer.cls","ck")

Set sc = ##class(App.Installer).setup(,3)

Or you can also go totally Old School and create everything manually and import all classes and CSP files smiley

Let me know if you want a Studio Project in an XML format. So you can import CLS and CSP files easily using the Studio.