We use EmbeddedDocumentExtractor, with this code:
NalyticsEmbeddedDocumentExtractor nalyticsEmbeddedDocumentExtractor = new NalyticsEmbeddedDocumentExtractor(this);
This all works fine for us, and has been used in production for a few years. This also works under Tika 2.2.0 when running in development environments (Eclipse, Apache Tomcat). However when running under Docker the text withinMicrosoft documents (Word etc) is not parsed. Under Tika 2.1.0, under Docker, the Microsoft documents are fully parsed, so this problem was introduced in 2.2.0
Interestingly, I found that if anything at all is added to the context via context.set the same problem occurs. Also, if the standard Tika Embedded Document Extractor is used the same problem occurs. Our Docker image contains our application's code which uses Tika, as well as Apache DS. The problem occurs running Docker on Ubuntu, Mac OS and Windows.