You can edit the configuration and the source code of the application you create using the Topology view.
You have the appropriate roles and permissions in a project to create and modify applications in OKD.
You can use the Topology view in the Developer perspective to edit the source code of your application.
In the Topology view, click the Edit Source code icon, displayed at the bottom-right of the deployed application, to access your source code and modify it.
This feature is available only when you create applications using the From Git, From Catalog, and the From Dockerfile options.
If the Eclipse Che Operator is installed in your cluster, a Che workspace () is created and you are directed to the workspace to edit your source code. If it is not installed, you will be directed to the Git repository () your source code is hosted in.
You can use the Topology view in the Developer perspective to edit the configuration of your application.
Currently, only configurations of applications created by using the From Git, Container Image, From Catalog, or From Dockerfile options in the Add workflow of the Developer perspective can be edited. Configurations of applications created by using the CLI or the YAML option from the Add workflow cannot be edited.
Ensure that you have created an application using the From Git, Container Image, From Catalog, or From Dockerfile options in the Add workflow.
After you have created an application and it is displayed in the Topology view, right-click the application to see the edit options available.
Click Edit application-name to see the Add workflow you used to create the application. The form is pre-populated with the values you had added while creating the application.
Edit the necessary values for the application.
You cannot edit the Name field in the General section, the CI/CD pipelines, or the Create a route to the application field in the Advanced Options section.
Click Save to restart the build and deploy a new image.