PIP 6.1.2 Release Notes

September 27th 2022

The new release of PhenixID Identity Provisioning (PIP) improves the stability, compatibility and security of your solution, and is recommended for all installations.

New or updated features

1. Group actions by category

We have added a new category field to actions, similar to to how it is possible to categorize policies and data sources, making it easier to manage large amounts of actions of similar types.

2. Syntax Attribute Validation

Version 1.0
This is a new action which can perform validation of session attributes using regular expressions.

3. Add Attributes from Object

Version 1.0
This is a new action which will copy a specific set of attributes from the first session object to all other session objects.

Updated Actions

1. Match to File Object

Version 1.6
A new parameter has been added, making it possible to match a file attribute against a dynamically generated value instead of against a session attribute. Another parameter has also been added, and in case of a match, it is now possible to replace the value instead of adding it to the existing value(s).

2. Export to Excel

Version 1.7
The audit logging has been improved.

3. Get Attributes/Objects from Powershell Command/File

Version 1.1
The audit logging has been improved.

4. Base 64 Encode/Decode Attribute Values

Version 2.0
A new parameter has been added, allowing a session attribute to be specified where the outcome of the conversion will be stored instead of failing the entire action.

5. Date Converter

Version 1.4
For the parameters “Add or Remove Time”, “Remove if After” and “Remove if Before”, specifying just a number of days without a semicolon was not valid, it is now allowed.

Bug Fixes

1. SQL query with duplicate columns

When running queries towards a SQL data source and having a column occur more than once in the result, invalid data would be returned. This will now cause an error instead of silent corruption.


1. Java

Identity Provisioning is now tested and bundled with java 17.0.3_7 from Azul.

2. Upgrade verifications

Verify so there are no duplicate jar-files, as this might cause an unexpected behavior.

Compare /lib with /ext. If duplicates exists, make sure to keep the latest version of jar-files.

3. End of Support

Information about the oldest supported version can be found here.