Crowd 3.6 Upgrade Notes
OpenID client application
Note: OpenID client is a testing app used as a starting point to develop OpenID-enabled Java applications. It’s not required for Crowd or OpenID server to work correctly.
The OpenID client application is shipped with standard Crowd distribution and was deployed together with Crowd by default. Starting from Crowd 3.6.2, the application is not deployed by default anymore although it’s still shipped with Crowd. For security reasons, the OpenID client application shouldn’t be deployed on production environment. However, if you want to reenable this app on your staging environment you can do so by following steps described in this guide.
Azure Active Directory timeouts
Crowd 3.4.6 adds the ability to configure request and connection timeouts for Azure Active Directory. Default timeouts will be set on existing Azure AD directories in Crowd when upgrading to Crowd 3.4.6, 3.5.1 and 3.6.0.
To upgrade Crowd from any of the earlier versions, follow these upgrade instructions.