I can see 2 default properties in site property (Tenant ID and Tenant name).

These two are default and readonly. even I cannot delete them.

I am not aware the proper use of these 2 properties.

Can anyone please share any example and the best use of these properties?

Hi Manish,

I would recommend you to follow the masterclass on Multi Tenancy: https://www.outsystems.com/learn/courses/45/master-class-on-multi-tenancy/ 

This article also explain how to build a Multi Tenant Application and what elements are Tenant-Specific (like site properties): https://success.outsystems.com/Support/Enterprise_Customers/Maintenance_and_Operations/How_to_Build_a_Multi-tenant_Application

Regards,

Nordin

Nordin Ahdi wrote:

Hi Manish,

I would recommend you to follow the masterclass on Multi Tenancy: https://www.outsystems.com/learn/courses/45/master-class-on-multi-tenancy/ 

This article also explain how to build a Multi Tenant Application and what elements are Tenant-Specific (like site properties): https://success.outsystems.com/Support/Enterprise_Customers/Maintenance_and_Operations/How_to_Build_a_Multi-tenant_Application

Regards,

Nordin


Thanks Nordin


but I am not getting the difference between multi tenancy and multi users.

What is Tenancy in term or outsystems and what is the use of this. Is an example to understand the use of this?


Hi Manish,

Multi-tenancy is the ability for the same application to serve multiple “customer companies” (tenants) by behaving as if connected to a different database when users from different organizations log in.

It  means If u have a single application and you want to provide a solutions for different customer OR for the same customer with different region like India and US so you would need either different database and deployment but by the using of OS tenancy you can serve same application to all region with having same database but different tenant.

Hope this help.


Regards 

Shoeb

Hi Manish Kumawat,

Refer to this post Hope this will clear your doubt https://www.outsystems.com/forums/discussion/26439/tenants/


Regards,

Poonam