Organizations

Intro

Organizations are what rokka uses to group images together. A user can be part of multiple organizations. An organization is also part of the url to use the API and the rendering backend. It's a best practice to have one organization per backend that manages images. For example if you run two shops that might have overlapping images, having two separate organizations would be advisable.

The organization object

Attribute Description
id UUID, doesn't change
name Websafe name to use in urls e.g. "rokka". Only small letters, numbers and dashes ([a-z0-9-]) are allowed.
display_name A more pretty name that can be displayed e.g. "rokka.io"
billing_email Email address for billing purposes

Create an organization

With a user, you can create new organizations on the /organizations endpoint.

curl -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -X PUT 'https://api.rokka.io/organizations/awesomecompany' -d '{
    "billing_email": "my.email@mail.com",
    "display_name": "My Awesome Company"
}'
$client = \Rokka\Client\Factory::getUserClient();

$client->setCredentials('apiKey', 'apiSecret');

$organization = $client->createOrganization('awesomecompany', 'my.email@mail.com', 'My Awesome Company');

var_dump($organization);

Note the use of the websafe name as part of the url on where to put the request.

The return is the full organization object.

At the same time a membership relation is created, making you the admin of the new organization.

Read data of one organization

To retrieve the metadata, a simple GET request will do. Anyone with read rights can do so on this organization.

curl -X GET 'https://api.rokka.io/organizations/awesomecompany'
$client = \Rokka\Client\Factory::getUserClient();

$client->setCredentials('apiKey', 'apiSecret');

$organization = $client->getOrganization('awesomecompany');

var_dump($organization);

The return is the full organization object.