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Overview of the V‑Spark Hierarchy

Understanding how to use the V‑Spark API requires that you understand how the different components that make up a V‑Spark installation are organized. This organization can be thought of as the V‑Spark hierarchy:

  1. company - the highest structural entity within the hierarchy of a V‑Spark installation. Multiple companies can be defined within a V‑Spark installation, but only the administrators of that installation or users with company-level administrative privileges can view and modify the data that is associated with a company. Each user in a V‑Spark installation is associated with a single company.

  2. organization - a logical unit (group) within a company

  3. folder - a repository for files and transcripts that are associated with an organization. Multiple folders can be associated with a single organization.

  4. applications - customized analytics tools that are associated with one or more folders

  5. users - individual accounts that are defined within a company and can belong to one or more organizations

  6. system - administrative configuration information that is associated with a single V‑Spark installation.

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For information about the users of a V‑Spark installation and the roles and permissions that they have, see the Companies, Organizations, and User Accounts and the Setting User Permissions sections of the V‑Spark Management Guide.