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Accessing a site build in Pipelines

I'm using Pipelines to install a Drupal site and run Behat tests prior to deployment to its hosting environment.

The install is successful however I cannot figure out how to access the build in order to run the tests against it. Behat configuration calls for a `base_url` to test against.

I could set `base_url` to the production instance but any test involving a user account would fail since the user account is being created in the Pipeline's build and not the production instance.

I tried using 127.0.0.1 as the `base_url` but it failed: cURL error 7: Failed to connect to 127.0.0.1 port 80: Connection refused

I also tried adding the following to my pipeline step's script and updating behat.yml's `base_url` to http://cmds.ci but it also failed (cURL error 7: Failed to connect to cmds.ci port 80: Connection refused):

step:
script:
- echo "127.0.0.1 cmds.ci" >> /etc/hosts
- ..

Is it possible to access the build?

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@bsuttis You should be able to access your webserver at 127.0.0.1. Are you starting the webserver in the step or as a service?

@Justin Thomas I'm using docksal/web:2.1-apache2.4 as the 'web' service and `wget http://127.0.0.1` works.

Where I'm confused is: I have a file called foo.html in my repository and attempting `wget http://127.0.0.1/foo.html` fails with a 404. I'm assuming the top directory of my repo works like docroot but it's not.

Is `docksal/web` started as a  service or do you use docksal/web as the base image for the step? 

@Justin Thomas it's started as a service.

I might be missing something but If you start docksal/web as a service it will not have access to your source code because the source code volume is not mounted to the service.

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