Administrator Settings

Various administration settings within the Pandium dashboard. Here, you'll make changes that will apply across your organization.
Within the Pandium Admin Dashboard on the sidebar will see a resource called Settings.


Under the 'Company' tab, you can manage several organization level settings including company information, primary administrators, and company logos.


This tab shows all users associated with your Pandium account, along with relevant information including their role and organization.


The Notifications tab is where you can toggle various events to send out email notifications via our built-in service. Multiple emails can be entered into the fields, and the specific options can be toggled on or off.
Many events within Pandium are configured to send email notifications, but if you have suggestions for more potential triggers, feel free to contact us via the 'Request a Feature!' button in the lower right of your dash.
The primary contact under the 'Company' tab will always be notified

Integration Form

Here, you have the opportunity to set custom and/or required questions for your partners to answer before entering the approval flow. Your partners will see this at the end of their integration creation process.

Partner Form

On this tab, you have the ability to set up a partner form, that any invited Partners will see after their initial login to Pandium, but before getting directed to their Admin Dash. You can also set required questions here, including the option to set a requirement to accept Terms & Conditions by pasting a URL to a page you have hosting them. Once your partner checks the box confirming they have read them (if the option is set as required), they can submit their answers, which will appear under the Profile tab in the Partners resource.

Source Control

The last tab you'll see in these settings is Source Control - this is how Pandium enables you to easily manage the CI/CD of your integrations. Source Control is automatically prepared and deployed to your namespace, but in order to utilize it, you will need to create a source control tenant by connecting the version control system you're using for your integrations. We currently support four different version control systems: Azure, Bitbucket, GitHub and GitLab. Please contact Pandium support if you are utilizing a different system.

Connecting Source Control

Within the Source Control tab, you'll have the option to connect to one or more version control systems - simply click 'Connect' next to the system of your choice, and you will be prompted to connect and authorize with your credentials.
If you already have integrations created and have already entered the relevant repository information, the integration will show up in the dropdown here. You can select the integration you want to connect to source control, and then select or edit the release tag name and build the release. This will start the release build process, which will take a couple minutes, and this will create a new release branch for that integration.
You can see the source control activity in the table below, and view details for each piece of source control activity as needed.
Alternatively, you can just connect to Source Control here, then come back once you've created an integration, or build a release from the integration itself, described below.

Building From An Integration

If you have already setup and connected Source Control, and are creating a new integration, you can also build a source control release directly from the newly created integration page.
During the integration creation process (check that out here) repository information is entered, and through this in combination with the previously connected Source Control, Pandium is automatically prepared for a new release build. Once you complete the initial integration setup and get to the main integration detail page, you'll see a 'Build Release' button near the top right of the page.
The 'Build Release' button can be seen here near the top right
Click this button, and as long as your repository information and Source Control is connected, the build release will start, and take you to view the Source Control activity to view the build in progress.
Once this build is complete, you'll be able to create or update tenants that can use this new release version. If you ever want to manually initialize another build, you can click the button again, or do so directly from the Source Control tab in the Admin Settings page.