PhenixID – New Release: Identity Provisioning 6.2.2
PhenixID is proud to announce the new release of PhenixID Identity Provisioning (PIP) 6.2.2. The new releases improves the stability, compatibility, and security of your solution, and is recommended for all installations.
IMPROVED GENERIC WORKFLOW
Addition and updates of features to improve the workflow for the administrator working with the tool daily. This helps that administrator to complete tasks simpler and faster. Updates include
Now possible to sort multivalues in session attributes
Actions are always sorted by categories (user are free to decide the category of a specific action)
Import objects dialog can now be set to (default selected) to hide objects that are identical to objects already existing in the configuration
New action that will remove duplicate multivalues in selected attributes
Enforcement of explicit policies sorting now available – possible to prioritize policies used frequently.
The actions tab on a policy will now allow selection of and operating on multiple actions simultaneously.
When working with a file data source (CSV), its now possible to decide if whitespaces should be remover or kept.
For the LDAP data source, it is now possible to configure a number of maximal attempts to try connecting before failing hard.
Identity Provisioning is now tested and bundled with java 17.0.4_1 from Azul, and the release contains several other fixes that are recommended for all customers.
The SOAP library has been updated from Axis1 to Axis2, mainly for hosting of SOAP web services
Miscellaneous bug fixes
Bugfixes and updates of current featureset
Read the full release notes for Identity Provisioning 6.2.2 here, Identity Provisioning 6.2.1 here, and Identity Provisioning 6.2.0 here