June 30, 2022
- IDM canonical configuration in the docker/idm/config-profiles/cdk directory
The IDM canonical configuration has been removed from the docker/idm/config-profiles/cdk directory. The configuration is now incorporated into the
idmDocker image from Forge Rock.
It’s no longer necessary to copy files from this directory when initializing a new configuration profile.
For an updated procedure for creating a new configuration profile, see Create a Configuration Profile.
- Installing the CDK using the skaffold run command
The ability to install the CDK using the skaffold run command, deprecated in version 7.1, is no longer available.
Use the bin/forgeops install command instead.
- The cdk command
The cdk command has been removed from the
Instead, use the new forgeops command to install ForgeRock Identity Platform components into the CDK, build custom Docker images, and delete components from the CDK. Note that for installing components into the CDK, you’ll need to specify the --cdk option. For example, forgeops install am --cdk.
See CDK deployment and Staged CDK and CDM installation for examples.
- The print-secrets command
The print-secrets command
The forgeops info command provides equivalent functionality in this version of the
July 12, 2021
- Cloud Deployment Quickstart (CDQ)
CDQ installation using the quickstart.sh script is no longer available in the
As an alternative, install the CDK without developer features in order to deploy the ForgeRock Identity Platform quickly. For more information, see the CDK documentation.