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2019.12.0

Change Expected in Preview Orgs
Features API is Generally Available in Production December 11, 2019
Token Inline Hook is Generally Available in Production December 11, 2019
SAML Inline Hook is Generally Available in Production December 11, 2019
Scope Object Properties Default Values December 11, 2019
Okta-Hosted User Consent Dialog Change December 11, 2019
OAuth for Okta Enabled for Clear User Sessions Endpoint December 11, 2019
Bug Fixed in 2019.12.0 December 11, 2019

Features API is Generally Available in Production

The Features API allows operations to manage self-service Early Access features in Production and Preview orgs, as well as manage self-service Beta features in Preview orgs and view Beta features in Production orgs.

Token Inline Hook is Generally Available in Production

The Token Inline Hook enables you to integrate your own custom functionality into the process of minting OAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect tokens.

SAML Inline Hook is Generally Available in Production

The SAML Inline Hook enables you to customize SAML assertions returned by Okta. You can add attributes or modify existing attributes in outbound SAML assertions.

Scope Object Properties Default Values

In Scope objects created using the Authorization Server API, the default values of the displayName and description properties were updated to be more informative.

In OAuth 2.0 or OpenID Connect authentication flows, Okta-hosted user consent dialogs were updated to display neutral colors for some UI elements.

OAuth for Okta Enabled for Clear User Sessions Endpoint

The Clear User Sessions endpoint now has OAuth for Okta enabled.

Bug Fixed in 2019.12.0

  • In the Authorization Server API, supplying a consent property was previously required when creating a Scope object in orgs that had the EA feature enabled. It is now required only when updating existing Scope objects. (OKTA-250368)