|Change||Expected in Preview Orgs|
|Token Inline Hook Can Modify Sub-Objects and Array Elements||June 26, 2019|
|Bugs Fixed in 2019.06.3||June 26, 2019|
The Token Inline Hook now lets you modify particular sub-objects or array elements within objects contained in claims, without needing to update the rest of the object.
When a customer used a Token Inline Hook and returned an
error object to Okta, Okta failed to pass the error to the token requester. (OKTA-231397)
The issuer claim inside JWT tokens was erroneously changing to all lowercase causing JWT verification failure when the application was case-sensitive. (OKTA-235710)
When a customer called the
POST /idps/credentials/keys endpoint and supplied an
x5t#S256 parameter to specify the SHA-256 thumbprint of the certificate that they were adding, Okta failed to validate the thumbprint.