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Create organizations

You can create organizations in 10Duke SysAdmin.

Step 1: Create an organization

  1. In the left sidebar, go to IDENTITY > Organizations.

  2. Select Actions > Create. A dialog opens.

  3. In Name, define a name for the organization. The name must be unique in the system.

  4. In Description (optional), write a short description.

  5. In Type (optional), select a type that best matches the organization (company or project) or define a custom type by entering the name in the field.

    This field is only metadata for administrative purposes, it’s not used by the system.

  6. Click Save to create the organization.

The organization’s details open below the table.

On the Details tab, the Id field shows the unique ID of the new organization. This organization ID must be included in the request path when calling some of the 10Duke API endpoints.

Step 2: Define custom properties for the organization (optional)

By using optional custom properties, you can attach your own metadata to the organization in 10Duke Enterprise, and refer to that metadata in API requests.

Custom properties are typically used with integrations to external systems. For example, with a CRM integration, you could attach the organization ID used in the CRM to the organization in 10Duke Enterprise.

To define a custom property:

  1. Go to the Custom properties tab.

  2. Enter the key-value pair in the fields and click Add.

You cannot edit custom properties. If changes are needed, delete the old custom property and create a new one.

To delete a custom property, click Delete next to it. To delete all custom properties, click Delete all.

The API client is responsible for defining and managing the property key namespace.

Next steps

  1. Create at least one entitlement for the organization.

  2. Grant licenses to the organization.

  3. Create user groups and users for the organization:

  4. If the customer company manages their user data in an identity provider and wants to use that for user authentication, connect to the external identity provider from 10Duke Enterprise.

  5. If the organization uses device-based licenses, create device client groups for the organization, authorize the groups to access licenses, and invite device clients to the groups.