You can create both private apps and public apps with the Kustomer Apps Platform.
All app names must be globally unique on the apps platform. To ensure unique names for all private and public apps on the platform, we automatically namespace private app names and relevant app component property names when you register a private app.
When you register a private app, the Kustomer Apps Platform automatically namespaces the
app id with an underscore (
_) followed by your organization ID, or
orgId, to ensure that the app name is globally unique. The apps platform also automatically applies the new namespacing to relevant app component property names according to the appropriate naming schemes.
Public app names, however, do not get namespaced.
After you register a private, the returned response body for your registration request will include the automatically namespaced app definition property names.
Namespacing for app versions
The Kustomer Apps Platform automatically handles namespacing each time you register an app or update the version. This means that you don't need to maintain or update naming schemes in your local app definition during app development.
You can also submit an app definition with a
POSTrequest either with and without namespaced values. The
/apps/availableregistration endpoint treats both namespaced and non-namespaced values as the same.
For example, let's say you registered a private app definition with the
app name property
my_app to your Kustomer organization with an
123456789abcdefg. Your new namespaced app ID value would be
If you registered the same app with a Commands component with the command
name property of
refundOrder, your new command name would be
kustomer.app.my_app_123456789abcdefg.refundOrder to reflect both the private app namespacing and the naming scheme for command names.
Updated 8 months ago