3.1 - unreleased
/managementendpoint which provides monitoring information about the running OSIAM app. Take a look at the Spring Boot documentation if you like to get more details.
- Increase length of client ids to 255 characters
- Snapshot builds have been removed from Bintray can now be downloaded from JFrog OSS. You can find the latest WAR file on the bottom of the page.
3.0 - 2016-08-09
In this release, the auth-server and resource-server have been merged into a single application. For a detailed explanation about how to migrate from OSIAM 2.5 to OSIAM 3.0, see the migration notes.
- Run as a standalone application using the
.warfile as an executable, i.e. just run
osiam.waron the command line like you would run any other command.
- Support for H2 database has been added and a file-based one is the default configuration from now on. The usage scenarios are small installations, testing and development.
- Load configuration, files and assets from arbitrary paths in the filesystem. Introduce the notion of a home directory that contains all these things. The home directory will be automatically initialized on startup. The home directory can also be initialized on the command line. See the [documentation] (docs/detailed-reference-installation.md) for details.
- Migration and initialization of the database can be done from the command line
migrateDbcommand. See [Initialize the Database from the Command Line] (docs/detailed-reference-installation.md#initialize-the-database-from-the-command-line).
- Configure SCIM extensions in the configuration file. See Configuring SCIM Extension.
- Connections via AJP can be used now. This is disabled by default. See Enable AJP support.
- Set the logging level with the configuration property
- It's possible to filter all returned resources returned by request to the
/GroupsURLs, including searches, by passing a comma separated list of attributes to be included in the returned resources.
- The display attribute of a multi-valued attribute get persisted from now on.
- Updating resources via PATCH was not SCIM compliant and has been removed. Resources can still be updated via PUT. See the migration notes for details.
- Distribution artifacts have been completely dropped. The
.warfile contains all needed files and assets now.
- Use sensible defaults for logging. Default level is now error, Spring stuff is logging warnings, and OSIAM logs on info level.
- Remove unneeded attributes from default login template.
- Remove ability to search by a
- The configuration file has been changed to YAML format.
- All configuration properties have been moved to a new namespace
- Require a Java runtime environment of at least version 8.
- Remove support for deprecated method-based OAuth scopes.
- Allow colons (:) as field separators for URNs of extensions, since this is what the SCIM specification defines. Using periods (.) is still possible, but will log a warning message.
- Fields of the core schemas for user and group can be fully qualified, i.e.
filter=urn:ietf:params:scim:schemas:core:2.0:User:userName sw "J".
- Example data will now be created during startup. If there are no clients in the database, an example client will be created. If there are no users in the database, an initial admin user will be created. The details of the client and user will be logged. This removes the creation of initial data during the database setup.
- Replace SHA-512 with BCrypt for hashing passwords. When a user logs in, their password will be automatically migrated to BCrypt. Support for SHA-512 password hashes will be removed in OSIAM 4.0.
- Snapshot builds can now be downloaded from [Bintray] (https://dl.bintray.com/osiam/downloads/osiam/latest/osiam-latest.war) (GPG Signature).
- Reply with 400 BAD REQUEST to invalid filters.
- Reply with 500 INTERNAL SERVER ERROR, instead of 409 CONFLICT, on unexpected errors.
- Change URL of service provider configuration resource from
- Always return the
idattribute, when searching for
- Return a SCIM 2 compliant
/Me. This replaces the old Facebook connector.
- Use JSON error messages with
/token/*endpoints instead of HTML documents.
You can find the changelog of older versions < 3.x here: