Your tenant’s users and technical clients have access to namespaces to allocate your Aspect Models.
A namespace allows a clear association of Aspect Models — which can be named arbitrarily — to a scope. As every Aspect Model must be assigned to a namespace and namespaces can have subsections, namespaces help organize Aspect Models.
To see a list of the currently activated (aka "whitelisted") namespaces for your tenant, proceed as follows:
Click your account and tenant information at the upper right of the screen.
Select Whitelisted namespaces.
To claim and assign one or more namespaces for your tenant, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please be aware that namespaces are designed to be universally unique. Therefore, only namespaces that are available
and do not contain registered names of other parties will be approved (e.g. you can not claim
com.google if you are not Google).
Find more details in section Requirements for new namespaces below.
Click the following link to find a prepared email with placeholders for all required content
Hello Bosch Semantic Stack team,
I would like to claim one or multiple namespaces and have them assigned to my tenant for usage in the Aspect Model Catalog.
Tenant ID: insert your tenant ID here
Desired namespace: list the namespaces here
A namespace is given in Reverse Domain Name Notation.
All characters are in lowercase.
It is composed of minimum two parts separated by a dot (.)
It must be clear that the domain (below the TLD) belongs to you,
e.g. from your email address or from the homepage on the internet.
Plausible exceptions can be made upon request.
Let’s assume that the namespace com.company.myproject has been assigned to your tenant.
Your models in the Aspect Model Catalog can then reside in whatever sub-path thereof, e.g.: