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Create custom objects

Create a custom object

To create a custom Medable object:
  1. 1.
    Log in to the admin portal.
  2. 2.
    Select Settings > Objects to access the Objects screen.
  3. 3.
    Click New Custom Object on the Custom Objects pane.
  4. 4.
    On the Create Object screen, you can fill out:
    • Object Label: Enter the label for your object that will be displayed in the UI.
    • Object Name: Enter the API name for your object.
    • Connection Settings: See Connections for more details.
      • Allow Connections: Specify whether connections can be created for this object.
      • Require Connection Accept: Specify whether connections to this object require acceptance.
      • Send Connection Notifications: Specify whether to send notifications to targets when connections to this object are created.
    • Access Control Settings: See Access Control in the API documentation for more details.
      • Creatable By: Select users or roles that can create instances of this object.
      • Object Access: Select the access levels that users and roles have to instances of this object.
  5. 5.
    Click Create Object. Your object will be created, and its details will be displayed.
Create Object

Create a Prescription object

Here, we'll create a Prescription object. We'll set the object label to "Prescription" and the name to "prescription." Note that all custom objects and property names are automatically prefixed with c_ to help prevent collisions with standard objects and properties. So although we provide the name prescription, it will become c_prescription after saving.
Create Prescription Object
Prescription Definition Object

The object's plural name

Now the Prescription object has been created. All of the details were provided while creating the object except for one detail: Plural Name. The plural name is generated automatically. Use the plural name when referencing your object via the API (for example, GET /c_prescriptions).
Now you're ready to add properties to the custom object.
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