Functionality listed under this section has been removed from AM.
No features or functionality have been removed in this release.
Installing instances of the SOAP STS service in AM 7.0.1 is not supported. However, upgrading existing instances is.
cdservletservlet, which was used by Web Agents and Java Agents earlier than version 5 to accomplish CDSSO, has been removed from AM 7.
As a result, the following has also been removed:
The classic CDSSO mode.
The following AM advanced server properties:
cdservlet-related legacy audit log events are no longer logged.
Removed Support for SAML v1.x
Support for SAML v1.x has been removed from AM 7. However, AM 7 does support SAML v2.0.
For more information about SAML v2.0, see the SAML v2.0 Guide.
Removed Supported APIs
AM 7 removes the following APIs from the
com.sun.identity.authentication.AuthContextclass, to allow AM to support Java 11:
public AuthContext(String orgName, String nickName)throws AuthLoginException
public AuthContext(String orgName, String nickName, URL url)throws AuthLoginException
public static void setCertDBPassword(String password).
The following APIs have also been removed:
SAE_PARAM_APPIDfield removed from the SecureAttrs class.
Instead, use the ConsumerSiteAttributeMapper interface.
Instead, use the getAttributesForFedlet method.
Removed the SAML v2.0 Service Configurations Service
This service has been removed by realm. The metadata and signing aliases have been removed from the global service configuration, since the providers now use secret stores.
org.forgerock.services.cts.reaper.search.pageSizeCTS Reaper Advanced Server Property
Removed the Dashboard Wizards
The wizards in the Dashboard of the administrative users have been removed. They were using the JATO implementation of the UI, which is not supported with Java 11.
org.forgerock.openam.audit.access.attempt.enabledAdvanced Server Property
It has been replaced with the
org.forgerock.openam.audit.identity.activity.events.blacklistadvanced server property.
For more information, see "Advanced Properties".