ForgeRock supports customers using the versions specified here. Other versions and alternative environments might work as well. When opening a support ticket for an issue, however, make sure you can also reproduce the problem on a combination covered here.


Download the following product software from the ForgeRock BackStage download site:

  • For deployment in standalone mode

  • IG-7.0.2.war: For deployment in web container mode

  • IG-sample-application-7.0.2.jar: Web application for testing IG configurations

For information about using the Docker image provided with the product software, see the Deployment Guide.

Operating Systems

IG is tested on Windows and Linux operating systems.

Web Application Containers

In web container mode, IG runs in the following containers:

  • Apache Tomcat 9

  • Jetty 9

  • JBoss EAP 7.3

Deploy IG to the root context of a container. Deployment in other contexts causes unexpected results, and is not supported.


IG supports the following Java environments:

Supported Java Versions

OpenJDK, including OpenJDK-based distributions:

  • AdoptOpenJDK/Eclipse Adoptium

  • Amazon Corretto

  • Azul Zulu

  • Red Hat OpenJDK

ForgeRock tests most extensively with AdoptOpenJDK/Eclipse Adoptium.


Oracle Java


ForgeRock recommends that you keep your Java installation up-to-date with the latest security fixes.


IG replication requires use of fully qualified domain names (FQDNs), such as

Hostnames like are acceptable for evaluation. In production, and when using replication across systems, you must either ensure DNS is set up correctly to provide FQDNs, or update the hosts file (/etc/hosts or C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts) to supply unique, FQDNs.


For secure network communications with client applications that you do not control, install a properly signed digital certificate that your client applications recognize, such as one that works with your organization's PKI, or one signed by a recognized CA.

To use the certificate during installation, the certificate must be located in a file-based keystore supported by the JVM (JKS, JCEKS, PKCS#12), or on a PKCS#11 token. To import a signed certificate into the server keystore, use the Java keytool command.

Third-Party Software for Encryption

Bouncy Castle is required for signature encryption with RSASSA-PSS or Deterministic ECDSA. For information, see The Legion of the Bouncy Castle.

Third-Party Software

ForgeRock provides support for using the following third-party software when logging ForgeRock Common Audit events:

Java Message Service (JMS)2.0 API
MySQL JDBC Driver Connector/J8 (at least 8.0.19)
Splunk8.0 (at least 8.0.2)


Elasticsearch and Splunk have native or third-party tools to collect, transform, and route logs. Examples include Logstash and Fluentd.

ForgeRock recommends that you consider these alternatives. These tools have advanced, specialized features focused on getting log data into the target system. They decouple the solution from the ForgeRock Identity Platform systems and version, and provide inherent persistence and reliability. You can configure the tools to avoid losing audit messages if a ForgeRock Identity Platform service goes offline, or delivery issues occur.

These tools can work with ForgeRock Common Audit logging:

  • Configure the server to log messages to standard output, and route from there.

  • Configure the server to log to files, and use log collection and routing for the log files.

ForgeRock provides support for using the following third-party software when monitoring ForgeRock servers:

Grafana5 (at least 5.0.2)

For hardware security module (HSM) support, ForgeRock software requires a client library that conforms to the PKCS#11 standard v2.20 or later.

Studio Browser

ForgeRock has tested many browsers with Studio, including:

  • Chrome, latest stable version

  • Firefox, latest stable version

Features Using ForgeRock Access Management

FeatureSupported in AM Version

Support for refresh of idle sessions when the SingleSignOnFilter is used for authentication with AM. For more information, see the sessionIdleRefresh property of "AmService".

AM 6.5.3 and later versions.

Eviction of revoked OAuth 2.0 access_tokens from the cache. For more information, see "CacheAccessTokenResolver", and the cache property of "OAuth2ResourceServerFilter".

AM 6.5.3 and later versions.

Support for OAuth 2.0 Mutual TLS (mTLS). For more information, see "ConfirmationKeyVerifierAccessTokenResolver", and "Validating Certificate-Bound Access Tokens".

AM 6.5.1 and later versions.

Eviction of entries from the AmService sessionCache, using WebSocket notifications from AM. For more information, see "AmService".

AM 5.5 when the user manually whitelists the AMCtxId session property, and with AM 6 and later versions.

AM password capture and replay, as described in Getting Login Credentials From AM.

AM 5 and later versions, and AM 6 and later versions when the AES keyType is used to decrypt the password.

AM policy enforcement, as described in Enforcing Policy Decisions From AM.

AM 5 and later versions

OpenID Connect dynamic registration and discovery, as described in "Discovering and Dynamically Registering With OpenID Connect Providers".

OpenAM 13.5, and AM 5 and later versions

Token transformation, as described in Transforming OpenID Connect ID Tokens Into SAML Assertions.

OpenAM 13.5, and AM 5 and later versions

User Managed Access 2.x, for IG 5.5, as described in Supporting UMA Resource Servers.

AM 5.5 and later versions

User Managed Access 1.x, for IG 5 and earlier versions.

AM 5.1 and earlier versions

Single sign-on, as described in Single Sign-On and Cross-Domain Single Sign-On.

AM 5 and later versions

Cross-domain single sign-on, as described in "Authenticating With CDSSO".

AM 5.5 and later versions

Capture and storage of AM session information, as described in "SessionInfoFilter".

AM 6 and later versions

Capture and storage of AM user profile attributes, as described in "UserProfileFilter".

AM 5 and later

Support for transactional authorization, as described in Hardening Authorization With Advice From AM.

AM 5.5 and later versions

Validation of stateless access_tokens, as described in "Validating Stateless Access_Tokens With the StatelessAccessTokenResolver".

OpenAM 13.5, and AM 5 and later versions

Retrieval of specified session properties or all session properties from AM, without relying on AM's Session Properties Whitelist. Described in "AmService".

AM 5.1.2 and later versions

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