The Enterprise Sign On Engine (ESOE) allows an enterprise to meet its goals for identity management, single sign on, authorization, federation, and accountability for resource access in a very extensible manner. The ESOE is built using the OASIS SAML 2.0 specification, and the ESOE's powerful authorization engine is built around a reduced version of the OASIS XACML 2.0 standard called Lightweight eXtensible Authorization Control Markup Language or "LXACML".
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Release Notes: Changes include several bugfixes, updates to the splash screen between services and the ESOE on initial authentication, and support for the back/forward button to be used correctly in browsers.
Release Notes: This is a significant milestone, with many issues raised as a result of the Alpha releases and testing resolved and rolled into this release. It updates the ESOE configuration to be stored in an externally-defined location, enables the ESOE/SPEP combination to speak directly to backend nodes in a load-balanced environment, and introduces support for HTTP-Redirect SAML profiles.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes have gone into this release specifically relating to MySQL deployments. New features for this release are integrators for Confluence, Jira, and Blackboard.
No changes have been submitted for this release.