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ForgeRock support covers the use of the official binary builds made available and downloaded from our customer portal: BackStage. We will support builds made from source providing no changes have been made to the core code of the product, the product was built from a tag that matches an official release, for example, 4 and said product was built using the ForgeRock build scripts provided as part of the source. In the event that a customer experiences an issue with a ForgeRock product built from source where ForgeRock believe the issue is as a result of the build process, ForgeRock reserves the right to ask the customer to attempt to reproduce the issue on an official ForgeRock binary build. Customers who are running custom builds or who need further clarification should contact their ForgeRock sales representative.
You can log into BackStage using either your email address or username, but you must use your username to log into Bitbucket.
You must also be authenticated to access the Maven repositories; see How do I access the ForgeRock protected Maven repositories? for further information.
A. You can access nightly builds (binaries) and documentation as detailed in How do I access nightly builds and documentation for ForgeRock products?
A. The source code for ForgeRock Commons is available in different repositories depending on version. See Where can I find source code for Commons (Pre-Platform 5 releases)? for further information.
A. The source code for OpenIG 4.x enterprise and maintenance releases is in Git repositories hosted on our Bitbucket Server. See Understanding source code access for ForgeRock products for further information.
You can clone it from Bitbucket using Git:$ git clone [URL]
Some useful URLs are:
- OpenIG enterprise releases - ssh://email@example.com:7999/openig/openig-public.git
- OpenIG maintenance releases - ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org:7999/openig/openig-sustaining-external.git
For example, to clone the OpenIG source code for an enterprise release from Bitbucket, you would use the following command:$ git clone ssh://email@example.com:7999/openig/openig-public.git
And then navigate to the relevant tag, for example, 4.0.0.
Alternatively, you can use a GUI Git client of your choice, for example, SourceTree.