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Automatically propagate SAF identity when client and server are in the same cluster
For z/OS, customers are always logged into the traditional environments. This means they have an identity that is verified and trustable. The z/OS TCP/IP stack and the Java runtime support the notion of trusted identity propagation. The client mus...
Allow usage of z/OSMF JWT tokens by multiple sessions using the same user ID
We are using new APIs to obtain JWT tokens (/zosmf/services/authenticate) from our automated scripts that use other z/OSMF REST APIs with the obtained. After the script completes, it calls the DELETE method to invalidate the token that it obtained...
Option to configure OIDCClient to pass the sessionID in a more secure manner
We have learned from our security team that the session ID for the /oidcclient/redirect/azureclient URL is being passed in the URL using clear text. I had opened a case with WAS support to see how the issue could be mitigated by sending sessionID ...
Our product uses the JMS support within Liberty to publish messages that can be subscribed to by clients (Eclipse plug-in or Ant build) to get feedback on long running processes. Currently we rely on the WAS thin client for JMS to provide this cap...
S282 Abend when calling Liberty isAuthorized method
when calling the isAuthorized API to check the profile like below,you will see the abendProfile:AAAAA.BBBBBBB.11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Cla...
Provide an option that allows WebSphere Liberty database pool to maintain a minNumber of "warm" connections.
The current configuration options that are available in WLP do not allow for maintaining a minPoolSize number of connections in a given connection pool. Any events of connection aging (for example timeouts that can occur on the WLP side as well as...
OIDC Provider capability to cache 3rd party token, so claims could be build from tokens directly without relying on LDAP
Although Liberty OIDC server can delegate user authentication to 3rd party identity provider (SAML, or OIDC), Liberty OP still relies on LDAP to fetch user attributes to build user claim. To remove LDAP dependency, OP need to be modified to cache ...
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