Set up a self-hosted registration page

You can host a registration page in your company's domain. That way, buyers who initiate a transaction in the marketplace can register on your website and information will be sent to Tackle.

Before you begin

Create a URL in your domain that supports registration for end users. These query parameters are required:

  • Customer ID (<cloud>_customer_id)
  • Product ID (<cloud>_product_id)

Optionally, if your customers are purchasing your product through the AWS marketplace, You can also use:

  • Customer AWS Account ID(CustomerAWSAccountID)

Select the marketplace to see query parameter names.

1. aws_customer_id <string>
2. aws_product_id <string>
3. CustomerAWSAccountID <string>
1. azure_customer_id <string>
2. azure_product_id <string>
1. gcp_customer_id <string>
2. gcp_product_id <string>

Set up your self-hosted registration page

  1. Contact Tackle Support and provide them with the registration URL you prepared, for example: https://www.yourcompanyname.com/register
  2. Once you receive confirmation from Tackle Support, all buyers who initiate transactions with you in the marketplace will be sent directly to:

    https://www.yourcompanyname.com/register?<cloud>_customer_id=democustomerid&<cloud>_product_id=demoproductid
    Or if you are using optional Customer AWS Account ID query parameter:
    https://www.yourcompanyname.com/register?<cloud>_customer_id=democustomerid&<cloud>_product_id=demoproductid&CustomerAWSAccountID=democustomerawsaccountid

  3. Buyers will enter their company information (like their company name, and the contact person’s name and email) and select Submit.
  4. The buyer’s information is then submitted to Tackle along with their IDs from the query parameters. You can integrate with the Tackle Registration API by using the customer ID and product ID available from the query parameters along with the buyer’s registration information. Use this information to match the buyer and their purchase with your own internal records, or to trigger other automations like auto-provisioning.

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