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IdentityServer3 2.0.0 released

August 13, 2015

Just a quick note that IdentityServer3 2.0.0 has been released. We’ve taken a lot of good feedback from customers and tried to improve things in 2.0.0. Since we use semantic versioning, this release technically contains breaking changes, but depending on what you were using you may or may not see those changes. Dominick already explained some of the changes and the release notes sum up the rest.

You can get the NuGet here, and (as always) we appreciate questions and feedback via the issue tracker.

Thanks and enjoy!

 

6 Comments leave one →
  1. September 9, 2015 12:01 pm

    Great piece of work. Kudos to you and Dominick

  2. James Wormald permalink
    September 17, 2015 7:53 am

    Just started using this new release and have success with Single Signon, but can’t get Single Signoff working.

    I’ve got the green ticks appearing now both identity server and the RPs are running under ssl. The only problem is it seem to delete the Idenity server cookies, but the rps cookie don’t get deleted and the session not abandoned so the rps are still logged in.

    Also tried to hook up the signout event to do it myself, but can’t get the event delegate reigisterd.

    Any ideas.

    • October 1, 2015 5:09 pm

      SLO is not yet fully implemented because the specs for this aren’t complete. See here: https://openid.net/connect/

      • James Wormald permalink
        October 7, 2015 4:18 am

        After further work on Identity Server 2 I found that SLO works fine in Firefox and Chrome, but not with IE 11. Still can’t hook up the delegate event, but seem to work fine except in IE.

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