Keycloak 7.0.0 released

Saturday, August 24 2019

To download the release go to Keycloak downloads.

Highlights

WildFly 17 Upgrade

Keycloak server was upgraded to use WildFly 17 under the covers.

Tomcat 9 adapter support

Java adapter for Apache Tomcat 8 and Apache Tomcat 9 was unified and now it serves for both of them.

New Account Console

A lot of work has been done on the new Account Console and Account REST API. It’s not quite ready yet, but it’s getting there and hopefully will be fully done for Keycloak 8.

Signed and Encrypted ID Token Support

Keycloak can support the signed and encrypted ID token according to the Json Web Encryption (JWE) specification. Thanks to tnorimat.

Testing and release automation

The Keycloak team has spent a significant amount of time on automation around testing and releases both for Keycloak and Red Hat Single Sign-On.

Other improvements

  • PKCE support added to JavaScript adapter. Thanks to thomasdarimont

  • Oracle database support added to Keycloak container image. Thanks to nerdstep

  • Clock Skew support added to SAML adapter. Thanks to steevebtib

  • TypeScript support for Node.js adapter. Thanks to evanshortiss

  • Gatekeeper now allows to provide unencrypted token in header, while encrypting in cookie. There was also a bug on Gatekeeper when Revoke Refresh Token is enabled on the Keycloak server. The issue was fixed. Thanks to fredbi

  • New tab in the Admin console to display the list of users for client roles. Thanks to unly

All resolved issues

The full list of resolved issues are available in JIRA

Upgrading

Before you upgrade remember to backup your database and check the upgrade guide for anything that may have changed.