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Chapter 3  Workspaces overview Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces 2.0 Red Hat Customer Portal

The Typescript plug-in used in Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces does not download any artifacts. The recommended way to download any version of Gradle is by using the Gradle Wrapper script. If your project does not have a gradle/wrapper directory, run $ gradle wrapper to configure the Wrapper. This section describes the necessary steps to use container images from private container registries. The Che-Theia IDE is generally compatible with the Visual Studio Code extensions API and Visual Studio Code extensions are automatically compatible with Che-Theia.

  • To configure the CodeReady Workspaces server to give all containers privileged access, set the CHE_PROPERTY_machine_docker_privilege__mode variable to true.
  • The following table lists the CodeReady Workspaces 2.0 plug-ins that have replaced CodeReady Workspaces 1.2 installers.
  • CodeReady Workspaces includes some stacks and sample applications that are pre-configured and tested.
  • The CHE_INFRA_KUBERNETES_PROJECT environment variable should not be empty.

However, the default Che-Theia editor within Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces is equipped to understand the tasks.json and launch.json files provided in the devfile. A component type that allows to define a container image-based configuration of a container in a workspace. A devfile can only contain one component of the dockerimage type. The dockerimage type of component brings in custom tooling into the workspace.

The settings of the organization are visible to all members of the organization. Only the CodeReady Workspaces system administrator can modify the settings. You can only add members of the parent organization as members of the sub-organization.

14.5. Exposing secure servers

The following document describes all possible configuration properties of the CodeReady Workspaces server component. Previous versions of the CodeReady Workspaces Operator had a configMap named custom to fulfill this role. An OpenShift plugin is available to speed up OpenShift development.

The OpenShift project where a new workspace Pod is deployed depends on the codeready workspaces server configuration. By default, every workspace is deployed in a distinct OpenShift project, but the user can configure the CodeReady Workspaces server to deploy all workspaces in one specific OpenShift project. The name of a OpenShift project must be provided as a CodeReady Workspaces server configuration property and cannot be changed at runtime. The CodeReady Workspaces plug-in registry is a service that provides the list of plug-ins and editors for the CodeReady Workspaces workspaces. A devfile only references a plug-in that is published in a CodeReady Workspaces plug-in registry.

6. Configuring a CodeReady Workspaces 2.15 workspace

You can create a new workspace by using one of the devfile templates included in CodeReady Workspaces. The embedded browser-based IDE is the point of access for everything running in a CodeReady Workspaces workspace. When Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces is deployed in single-host mode, Webview content is loaded through the same origin as the main Che-Theia context.

4. Making CodeReady Workspaces images available from a local registry

You want your company’s single-sign-on to manage access, and you want to be able to ramp up a new team member immediately, with minimal configuration (if any). The command attribute of the dockerimage along with other arguments, is used to modify the entrypoint command of the container created from the image. In Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces the container is needed to run indefinitely so that you can connect to it and execute arbitrary commands in it at any time. However, you can take advantage of this feature to, for example, start up necessary servers with modified configurations, etc. A workspace can be created by pointing to devfile that is stored in a Git source repository on a feature branch of the user’s choice.

3.2. Setting up a multi OpenShift project

To transfer a configured CodeReady Workspaces workspace, create and export the devfile of the workspace and load the devfile on a different host to initialize a new instance of the workspace. For detailed instructions on how to create such a devfile, see below. Importing or deleting workspace projects in the terminal does not update the workspace configuration, and the change is not reflected in the Project and Devfile tabs in the dashboard. In addition to the approaches above, you can also start a workspace, open a Terminal, and type git clone to pull code. After you have a project in your workspace, you can add commands to it.

Those tokens can also be used to sign BB REST API calls and perform Git repository operations. This procedure demonstrates how to modify an existing workspace and import the OpenShift application using the newly created devfile. Importing or deleting workspace projects in the terminal does not update the workspace configuration, and the IDE does not reflect the changes in the Devfile tab in the dashboard.

1.3. Configuring the workspace and adding tooling

By default, volumes and PVCs specified in a devfile are bound to a host folder to persist data even after a container restart. Sometimes, it may be necessary to disable data persistence, such as when volume backend is slow, and it is needed to make workspace faster. To achieve it, the persistVolumes devfile attribute should be used. The default value is true, and in case of false, emptyDir volumes will be used for configured volumes and PVC. To use your own settings.xml file across all your workspaces, create a Secret object (with a name of your choice) in the same project as the workspace. Put the contents of the required settings.xml in the data section of the Secret (possibly along with other files that should reside in the same directory).

The CodeReady Workspaces administrator can choose to connect CodeReady Workspaces to an existing RH-SSO instance or let the CodeReady Workspaces deployment start a new dedicated RH-SSO instance. The CodeReady Workspaces server uses the database to persist user configurations (workspaces metadata, Git credentials). RH-SSO uses the database as its back end to persist user information. CodeReady Workspaces helps us create consistent development environments in one click. In this tutorial, we saw how easy it is to setup a development environment. We used a Devfile, which defines an environment, to reproduce an error in a matter of minutes -- not hours.

Allows adding and removing users and updating their permissions. Allows creating and managing all the organization’s workspaces. Also, there is support of OAuth1 protocol can be found at org.eclipse.che.security.oauth1 package. Next step is redirection of user to the appropriate provider’s login page with all the necessary params like client_id, return redirection path etc.

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