ApplicationModel

An Application represents a feature available to customers within the Lockstep Platform. You can create
Applications by working with your Lockstep business development manager and publish them on the platform
so that customers can browse and find your Application on the Lockstep Platform Marketplace. When a
customer adds an Application to their account, they obtain an AppEnrollment which represents that customer's
instance of this Application. The customer-specific AppEnrollment contains a customer's configuration data
for the Application, which is not customer-specific.

See Applications and Enrollments for more information.
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Methods

The following API methods use this data model.

Read-Only Fields

These fields are assigned by the API server and cannot be changed.

appId

uuid, read-only

A unique code identifying this application

createdUserId

uuid, nullable, read-only

The ID of the user who created this application

modifiedUserId

uuid, nullable, read-only

The ID of the user who last modified this application

created

date-time, nullable, read-only

The date this application was created

modified

date-time, nullable, read-only

The date this application was last modified

b2CClientId

uuid, nullable, read-only

The B2C Client ID of the application

Required Fields

appType

string, 0-50 characters

Tag for what type of app this is

ownerId

uuid

The ID of the owner

isActive

boolean

Flag indicating if the application is active.

groupKey

uuid

The GroupKey uniquely identifies a single Lockstep Platform account. All records for this
account will share the same GroupKey value. GroupKey values cannot be changed once created.

For more information, see Accounts and GroupKeys.

Optional Fields

name

string, nullable, max 100 characters

The name of this application

description

string, nullable, max 100 characters

Brief summary of this application shown as a subtitle

projectUrl

uri, nullable

The URL to visit for more information about this application

iconUrl

uri, nullable

The URL for the icon for this application

priceTerms

string, nullable

The description of the price for this application

wikiURL

uri, nullable, 0-99 characters

URL to the Wiki for the Application

Included Collections

These fields are available when using Retrieve or Query API calls if you specify the associated Include parameter.

notes

NoteModel[], nullable, read-only

A collection of notes linked to this record. To retrieve this collection, specify Notes in the
include parameter when retrieving data.

To create a note, use the Create Note
endpoint with the TableKey to Application and the ObjectKey set to the ApplicationId for this record. For
more information on extensibility, see linking extensible metadata to objects.

attachments

AttachmentModel[], nullable, read-only

A collection of attachments linked to this record. To retrieve this collection, specify Attachments in
the include parameter when retrieving data.

To create an attachment, use the Upload Attachment
endpoint with the TableKey to Application and the ObjectKey set to the ApplicationId for this record. For
more information on extensibility, see linking extensible metadata to objects.

customFieldDefinitions

CustomFieldDefinitionModel[], nullable, read-only

A collection of custom fields linked to this record. To retrieve this collection, specify
CustomFieldDefinitions in the include parameter when retrieving data.

To create a custom field, use the Create Custom Field
endpoint with the TableKey to Application and the ObjectKey set to the ApplicationId for this record. For
more information on extensibility, see linking extensible metadata to objects.

customFieldValues

CustomFieldValueModel[], nullable, read-only

A collection of custom fields linked to this record. To retrieve this collection, specify
CustomFieldValues in the include parameter when retrieving data.

To create a custom field, use the Create Custom Field
endpoint with the TableKey to Application and the ObjectKey set to the ApplicationId for this record. For
more information on extensibility, see linking extensible metadata to objects.


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