Common terms for the Onna Developer Documentation
Identifier for the different account types in Onna.
A programming construct that allows a certain trait to be reused among other software components.
Identifies a component, defined in the configuration values.
Password, used in conjunction with a client_id, to generate a service token.
The name of the database attached to your account. Our naming convention is to use the account name you provided during the self-registration process.
Content type in the Onna platform used to collect data from cloud-based services that also holds the configuration values needed to establish a connection to the remote source.
# HTTP headers
HTTP headers (opens new window) are used to send additional information about the request or response.
Authentication tokens can be sent in a HTTP header.
A one-time use link that provides a direct landing on specific content within the platform.
An authentication system that requires more than one distinct authentication factor for successful authentication.
Short for operation, used in the payload of a request to inform the API that an action needs to take place on a value.
A Preservation (opens new window) in Onna allows you to retain data pertaining to specific users while letting other data fall out of Onna through your normal retention settings.
Shorthand for "principal + role", used when sharing resources.
A resource is a representation of a data component from an origin source (Datasource).
For example, a Gmail Datasource will contain email message resources.
Security Assertion Markup Language (opens new window) is an XML-based standard for exchanging authentication and authorization data between an identity provider and a service provider.
# service account
A service account will permit you to access certain administrative parts of the Onna API. The service account will be able to access the platform regardless of SSO/MFA settings.
The name of your account.
scope, container, and account may be the same value.
Onna offers Single Sign On (SSO (opens new window)) integration through Secure Assertion Markup Language (SAML) with a variety of compliant identity providers such as Okta, Google Workspace, Azure, OneLogin, PingOne.
A JWT token (opens new window), which is returned from the login endpoint.
A centralized management solution for Datasource credentials. Wallets can be both per user, and for an account. Account wallets are shareable by account administrator.
Workspaces (opens new window) are collaboration spaces in Onna that allow you to:
- Add members with different roles to collaborate in the Workspace
- Search across and share Datasources
- Export saved searches or entire Datasources