When multitenancy is enabled and a tenant becomes inactive for a long period of time, the tenant is unloaded from the server's memory. By default, the time period is 30 minutes. After that, the tenant has to log in again before sending requests to the server.
You can change the default time period allowed for tenant inactiveness by adding
- Use admin as the username and password to log in as a super tenant.
- On the Configure tab of the Management Console, click Add New Tenant.
- Enter the information about this tenant as follows:
- Domain - The domain name for the organization, which should be a unique name (e.g., abc.com). This is used as a unique identifier for your domain. You can use it to log into the admin console to be redirected to your specific tenant. The domain is also used in URLs to distinguish one tenant from another.
- Usage plan for the tenant - The usage plan defines limitations (such as number of users, bandwidth, etc.) for the tenant. The Identity Server comes with a predefined list, and you can add your item and/or tailor to the existing items. For on-premises deployment, there is only one default plan, i.e., Demo.
- First Name - First name of the tenant admin.
- Last Name - Last name of the tenant admin.
- Admin Username - The username the tenant admin will use to log in. The username must always end with the domain name (e.g.,[email protected]).
- Email - The email address of the admin.
Once you have added a tenant, you can log out of the Identity Server and log back in using the newly created tenant. Now, any settings you may do using that tenant will be unique to your tenant alone. You can now deploy, manage and test applications on this tenant, using the specific tenant URL.