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Assign multiple module/edition to tenant #10351


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SRTMDEV created

Hello Team,

Currently we have 4 module in application and each module has 4 edition like below: | Module | Free | Basic | Standard | | ---------- | ------ | ------- | ------------ | | ModuleA | X | | | | ModuleB | | | X | | ModuleC | | X | | | ModuleD | | X | |

Now if we can go with current architecture then it allow only one edition and we need to manage 64 combination of edition which is really gona to complex. Can you help us how we can allow muliple editon/model during tenant creation time?

  • What is your product version? 8.6.0
  • What is your product type (Angular or MVC)? Angular
  • What is product framework type (.net framework or .net core)? .net core

Thanks, ST Team


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    musa.demir created
    Support Team

    Hello @SRTMDEV

    You can not assign multiple edition to a tenant right now. But since editions may have any number of feature, you can create editions which contains different feature and assign them to a user.

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    SRTMDEV created

    Hello Team,

    It mean do we nned to manage 64 edition and if later on introduce any new feature then we need to changes in 64 edition? There is no any alternative solution you can suggest which can set in current platform?

    Thanks, SS Team

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    musa.demir created
    Support Team

    Hi @SRTMDEV

    Yes it seems difficult to manage. But currently assigning multiple edition to a tenant is not supported. You will need to impement it by yourself and it will require changes in some places.

    Instead of that implementation. You may create all feature you have, than you can assign that features to tenant, not editions.