WSO2 Identity Server 2.0.0 is released.
IS 2.0.0 release is available for download at .
This is based on revolutionary the WSO2 Carbon  framework, Middleware a la carte’.
All the major features have been developed as pluggable Carbon components.
1. Entitlement Engine with XACML 2.0 support.
2. Claim based Security Token Service.
3. Extension points for SAML assertion handling.
4. XMPP based multi-factor authentication.
5. Improved User Management.
6. Claim Management.
7. User Profiles and Profile Management.
9. Separable front-end & back-end – a single front-end server can be used to administer several back-end servers.
10. Bug fixes and enhancements.
1. Information cards provider supporting Managed Information Cards backed by user name / password and self-issued cards.
2. Information cards support for SAML 1.1/2.0 token profiles.
3. OpenID provider.
4. Multi-factor authentication with information cards.
How to Run
1. Extract the downloaded zip.
2. Go to the bin directory in the extracted folder.
3. Run the wso2server.sh or wso2server.bat as appropriate.
4. Point your browser to the URL https://localhost:9443/carbon
5. Use “admin”, “admin” as the user name and password.
6. If you need to start the OSGi console with the server use the property -DosgiConsole when starting the server
All the known issues have been filed here ,. Please report any other issues you find as JIRA entries.
WSO2 Identity Server developers can be contacted via the mailing lists:
For Users: firstname.lastname@example.org
For Developers: email@example.com
WSO2 Inc. offers a variety of professional Training Programs, including training on general Web services as well as WSO2 Identity Server,
Apache Axis2, Data Services and a number of other products. For additional support information please refer to http://wso2.com/training/course-catalog/
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- July 22, 2009 / 9:44 am