OpenDJ 2.4.6 released today, closely following OpenDJ 2.5.0-Xpress1. For those of you who are using 2.4.x, this release fixes a limited number of issues, and also optimizes memory usage of the static group cache. For a full list of fixes and known issues, read the release notes.
You can download OpenDJ 2.4.6 from the OpenDJ download page.
For OpenDJ 2.4.6, also see the Wiki-based OpenDJ Installation Guide. A great deal of the in-progress documentation on the community site still applies to 2.4.x as well.
OpenDJ 2.5.0-Xpress1 is now available. This release brings you new features like pass-through authentication to Microsoft Active Directory, improved referential integrity for groups, access log filtering and formatting enhancements, ETag attributes for optimistic concurrency control, synchronization for Samba & OpenDJ passwords, 30 other features and enhancements and 150 bug fixes many of which are available only in 2.5.x. For a full list, read the release notes.
You can download OpenDJ 2.5.0-Xpress1 from the OpenDJ download page.
We are continuing to update the in-progress docs on the community site, so you will continue to see improvements there as we advance toward the final OpenDJ 2.5.0 release.
Welcome to Lana Frost who joined the ForgeRock documentation team Monday. Glad you decided to work for ForgeRock, Lana.
Lana has worked as Lead Writer at Sun Microsystems on the Directory Services team, and more recently at Oracle. While helping other writers meet their deadlines and keeping the projects on track, she also wrote a big share of the directory documentation herself. Furthermore, Lana was instrumental in setting up the rigorous documentation review process that first lifted the quality of the directory documentation, and was later adopted by other middleware documentation teams.
Lana will help with OpenDJ docs at ForgeRock. Her main focus however is the leadership role for identity documentation with the OpenIDM and OpenICF projects. Good news for the ForgeRock directory and identity communities!