This guide helps to install Eclipse for Windows in order to access Openshift 3 and to develop Applications for the PaaS.
check network connecti0ns and make sure the configuration of eclipse includes a proxy.
see Window->Preferences->General->Network Connection
- Download and install Eclipse Mars from https://eclipse.org/downloads/packages/eclipse-ide-java-and-dsl-developers/marsm4
- Add the update site
- Click from the toolbar ‘Help > Install New Sofware’
- Click the ‘Add’ button and a dialog appears
- Enter a value for the name
- Enter ‘http://download.jboss.org/jbosstools/updates/nightly/mars/‘ for the location. Note: Alternative updates are available from the JBoss Tools Downloads. The various releases and code freeze dates are listed on the JBoss JIRA site
- Click ‘OK’ to add the update site
- Type ‘OpenShift’ in the text input box to filter the choices
- Check ‘JBoss OpenShift v3 Tools’ and click ‘Next’
- Click ‘Next’ again, accept the license agreement, and click ‘Finish’
Connecting to the Server
Your Eclipse Network settings should be configured as follows to work fine behind the coporate proxy. With this settings it was possible to establish a connection to the openshift master.
- Click ‘New Connection Wizard’ and a dialog appears (see below)
- Select a v3 connection type
- Uncheck default server
- Enter the URL to the OpenShift server instance (e.g. https://master1.tsi-af.de:8443)
- Enter the username and password for the connection (e.g. joe / redhat)
A successful connection will allow you to expand the OpenShift explorer tree and browse the projects associated with the account and the resources associated with each project.
Right now (OSE 3, Drop 4) it is not possible to create a new Application with this plugin.