Setting up the Keycloak che-username-readonly theme for the Eclipse Che login page
The following procedure is relevant for all Che instances with the OpenShift OAuth service enabled.
When a user with pre-created namespaces logs in to Eclipse Che Dashboard for the first time, a page allowing the user to update account information is displayed. It is possible to change the username, but choosing a username that doesn’t match the OpenShift username, prevents the user’s workspaces from running. This is caused by Che attempts to use a non-existing namespace, the name of which is derived from a user OpenShift username, to create a workspace. To prevent this, log in to Keycloak and modify the theme settings.
The following procedure describes how to log in to Keycloak, which acts as a route for OpenShift platforms. To log in to Keycloak, a user has to obtain the Keycloak URL and a user’s credentials first.
Logged in to OpenShift cluster using the
Obtain a user Keycloak login:
kubectl get secret che-identity-secret -n eclipse-che -o json | jq -r '.data.user' | base64 -d
Obtain a user Keycloak password:
kubectl get secret che-identity-secret -n eclipse-che -o json | jq -r '.data.password' | base64 -d
Obtain the Keycloak URL:
kubectl get ingress -n eclipse-che -l app=che,component=keycloak -o 'custom-columns=URL:.spec.rules.host' --no-headers
Open the URL in a browser and log in to Keycloak using the obtained login and password.
An instance of Che running in OpenShift.
A user is logged in to the Keycloak service.
After changing a username, set the Login Theme option to