Crowd 4.3 Upgrade Notes
Changes to supported platforms
We're introducing support for the following new platforms:
- PostgreSQL 12
Microsoft SQL Server 2019
We're dropping support for the following platforms:
Microsoft Edge (Legacy).
The Microsoft Edge (Chromium) still remains supported.
We're deprecating the following platforms. Support for these platforms will end in the coming releases:
- Postgres 9.6
We suggest moving to REST API in the meantime.
Generating user tokens disabled by default
Until now all applications connected to Crowd could generate Crowd tokens for any user that can authenticate into that application. For security reasons, starting from Crowd 4.3, applications connected to Crowd are not allowed to create user tokens by default. To allow applications to create such tokens, you have to manually enable this option in the applications setting. To learn how to do this, see Allowing applications to create user tokens.
When upgrading to Crowd 4.3, creating user tokens will remain enabled for applications. If you're an admin, you will see a relevant message about this in Crowd's dashboard.
Crowd 4.3 uses the upgraded version of Atlassian Troubleshooting and Support Tools (ver 1.32.4). From now on you can generate support zips for all nodes from a single node.