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Red Hat 3scale API Management 2.1
For Use with Red Hat 3scale API Management 2.1
Release Notes for Red Hat 3scale API Management 2.1.
Chapter 1. Red Hat 3scale API Management Platform (AMP) 2.1 On-Premises Release Notes
1.1. New Features
1.1.1. Major Changes
- APIcast integration with OIDC for RH-SSO (out of tech preview, new implementation) Documentation
- SSO integration for Admin portal with RH-SSO and Auth0 Documentation
- Wildcard domain routing (tech preview) Documentation
- Upgrade path 3scale AMP 2.0 → 2.1 Documentation
- 3scale AMP documentation can now be found on the Red Hat Customer Portal
1.1.2. Resolved Issues
1.3. Technical preview features
- Wildcard domain router. Direct traffic through a wildcard domain. See documentation.
1.4. Known issues
Wildcard routing contains the following limitations:
- You must set the template parameter TENANT_NAME to a value that does not start with a number
- It doesn’t correctly pass headers with underscore in name
- API endpoints must end with the -staging or -production suffix.
- ActiveDocs don’t work out-of-the-box and need CORS. RFE
- When enabling SSO for the admin portal with Auth0 or Red Hat Single Sign-On, note that the callback URL has a different format for the authentication flow test. You will need to add a second callback URL to the Auth0 client in order for the test call to work. Known Issue, Known Issue
- Deploying 3scale AMP 2.1 on OpenShift Dedicated has been successfully tested but it’s not supported yet (see https://access.redhat.com/articles/2798521 for latest updates).
- Deploying 3scale on OpenShift Container Development Kit is not supported. For testing purposes, you can obtain a free account from the 3scale website.
- Service name not shown in the Developer portal (Applications view). Bug fix, Solution
- Race condition when service is been created using REST API Bug
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