Make a Tenant

To run the integration on Pandium you will need a tenant. A tenant is an installed instance of the integration configured for a particular user.

When Pandium added those starter files to your integration's remote repository, it also built the initial release for your integration. That means you can now add your first tenant!

If you want more information you can review Pandium's documentation on tenants and how to create them.

  1. Navigate to your integration by clicking Integrations from the side bar > the Unpublished tab > the card for your Pokémon of the Day integration. This will display the integration details page.

  1. Click Create Tenant. This will display the Create tab of the New Tenant page.

  1. Under Select Integration, your Pokémon of the Day integration should already be selected, so leave it as is.

  2. Under Version, choose Channel.

  3. Open the dropdown for Integration Release Channel and select Latest. This ensures that your tenant will be updated to any new releases automatically.

  4. Enter a Name for this tenant.

  5. Click Create. This will display the Connect tab.

  1. Click Connect for the Slack connector. This will open the Tenant Secrets dialog box, which will display an authorization link.

  1. Click the authorization link in the Tenant Secrets dialog box. This will open the Slack App installation window.

  1. Click Allow. This will close the Slack App installation window, so you should return to the New Tenant page of your Pandium Sandbox Integration Hub.

  2. To close the Tenant Secrets dialog box to click Back.

  3. Click Next. This will display the Configure tab.

At this point, the configuration options from the starter files' PANDIUM.yaml are shown, and they aren't relevant to your project. You will customize this when you write the code.

  1. Click Next. This will display the Schedule tab.

The obvious schedule for this project is once per day, but during development it doesn't make sense to have it running on a schedule.

  1. In the Schedule dropdown, select paused.

  2. Click Save. This will display the Tenant Detail page for your newly created tenant.

Congratulations! You have created and connected your first Pandium tenant!

If you'd like, you can click Sync Now to kick off a manual run. But there isn't much point to that at the moment because you haven't written any code! The next step is to fill out those starter files Pandium put in your remote repository with logic for your integration.

Last updated