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A domain will always have an entityID and unique identifiers for subscriptions.


An organisation represents part of a domain that has its own permission sets and user accounts. These are sometimes called sub-organisations or sub-administrators.

An organisation might exist where a domain has regional locations, e.g. a multinational company might have offices around the world, a health service might comprise several hospitals, or a University might be spread over different campuses.


An organisation will sometimes have unique identifiers for subscriptions to enable different parts of the domain to subscribe to content separately, but will usually inherit the identifiers of the domain.

An organisation will not have its own entityID.