|Oracle® OpenSSO Release Notes
Release 11gR1. Version 126.96.36.199.0
Part Number E17846-03
Welcome to Oracle OpenSSO Release Notes. This document contains the release information for the Oracle OpenSSO Security Token Service (OpenSSO STS) and the Oracle OpenSSO Fedlet. It describes differences between these Oracle OpenSSO components and their documented functionality.
Oracle recommends you review its contents before installing or working with the product.
This document is intended for enterprise administrators and web services developers.
These release notes supplement the core Oracle OpenSSO documentation set. The release notes provide information about known issues and workarounds for installing and using OpenSSO STS and the Oracle OpenSSO Fedlet.
This document is accurate at the time of publication. Oracle will update the release notes periodically after the software release. You can access the latest information and additions to these release notes on the Oracle Technology Network at:
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For more information, see the following documents in the Oracle OpenSSO documentation library:
Oracle OpenSSO Security Token Service Administrator's Guide
Oracle OpenSSO Fedlet Interoperability Guide for Oracle Identity Federation
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