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Go2Group is pleased tannounce the release of Client Certificate Authentication 3.14.

Description

CSV Delimiter choice

In this version of the configuration, administrators will now be able tchoose what character will be used as the delimiter for the CSV file. If a value is not provided, the app will fall back t“,” as the default. This gives the administrators more flexibility tdefine the content and the structure of the CSV file. In the previous versions of the app, the delimiter was hard coded tthe “,” character.
This functionality is available to:

  • Jira
  • Confluence
  • Bitbucket
  • Bamboo

Test Settings

This feature allow users tenter a sample header input and check what the converted username is.

Version Updates

Version 3.14 has been updated/depreciate to support:

  • Stash/Bitbucket Server: Up to 
    • 5.15.1
    • Depreciated some versions
  • Bamboo
    • Up to 6.6.3
    • Depreciated some versions

The full version matrix can be found here:

Table of Contents

Upgrade Guide

In general, if you are coming from a previous version of the solution, users will have trevert the installation procedures tremove the current setup. After that:

JIRA, Confluence, Bitbucket Server

Crowd

  1. Retrieveyour.jar
  2. Head over tthe application's UPM
  3. Upload the .jar
  4. Head over tthe application's administration screen and look for CCA Authentication Configuration link
  1. Retrieve the binary from your Jira Issue
  2. Stop Crowd
  3. Replace the Crowd’s applicationContext-CrowdSecurity.xml with Go2Group’s supplied file. This file can be found at $CROWD_INSTALL/crowd-webapp/WEB-INF/classes (make sure that you save / backup a copy of the file in case you need revert / remove the CCA).
  4. Place the ccacwd-x.x.x.jar in $CROWD_INSTALL/crowd-webapp/WEB-INF/lib
  5. Place the ccacwd.license in $CROWD_INSTALL/crowd-webapp/WEB-INF/classes
  6. Start Crowd