This release features a reworked frontend and IDP sourced email changes.
Admins can now initiate an email change in 1Password by updating the user's email or username in the identity provider.
SCIM Bridge web UI will display a notice when Advanced Protection Firewall is blocking access.
Web UI code has undergone a general overhaul to make the experience more reliable.
Forming a new session and checking an existing authenticated session is faster.
The deprecated OP_SCIMSESSION environment variable is no longer available, use OP_SESSION to configure the bridge to use your scimsession file if it is not in the default location, or is being provided as a base64url string.
SCIM Bridge web UI no longer requires reload to show correct health status.
Fixed an issue which was causing some user accounts to fail with Okta's Import Users functionality.
This release is functionally identical to the previous release, but uses an updated deployer configuration to fix a file permissions issue that arises when attempting to set up the SCIM bridge on Google Cloud Platform Marketplace.
Google Cloud Marketplace deployments can now complete setup successfully.
This release allows administrators of the SCIM Bridge to view the health of the Bridge's components by visiting the SCIM status page, improves the performance of persistent logging in the case of a redis connection failure
and improves the user filtering capabilities.
Support for viewing health status of SCIM Bridge components
Filtering of users now supports filter values with and without quotations
Handling of retries and log messages produced from redis connection errors
This release includes better compatibility with the SCIM 2.0 specification, faster group patch endpoint and a SCIM Bridge health monitoring endpoint.
It also adds a fix for suspending the provision manager.
Support for OneLogin as an Identity Provider
Health monitoring service for the SCIM Bridge
Better support for SCIM 2.0 including serialization of group operations