Mapping Tables for Radaro Data

Learn how to create mapping tables for unique identifiers in Radaro

Some Radaro features utilize unique identifiers per portal to help you simply apply attributes to jobs when creating jobs, optimizing routes and more via API.

Example of attributes that have unique values assigned per portal are: labels, skill_sets and hubs.

After your Radaro portals are set up and configured, you'll find these unique identifiers in your portal by navigating: Settings → Add-ons. 

We recommend creating a table to identify which portal name is associated with each portal ID (these IDs are sent in every job update webhook event and provide an each reference point to quickly determine which portal a given job was created in).

Portal Name Portal ID
South Warehouse 121
North Warehouse 123
East Warehouse 124
West Warehouse 125

For each portal, we recommend creating a table like the example below to define which unique identifiers should be used when creating jobs within a given portal.  For example, to assign the 'Delivery' label and 'Zone C' skillset for a job for the West Warehouse, you will use label ID '235' and skillset ID '1116' when creating the job.

Portal ID Label Name Label ID Skillset Name Skillset ID Hub Name Hub ID
121 Delivery 223 Zone A 1102 South Warehouse 174
Assembly 224 Zone B 1103
Installation 225 Zone C 1104
Return 226 Liftgate 1105
123 Delivery 227 Zone A 1106 North Warehouse 177
Assembly 228 Zone B 1107
Installation 229 Zone C 1108
Return 230 Liftgate 1109
124 Delivery 231 Zone A 1110 East Warehouse 183
Assembly 232 Zone B 1111
Installation 233 Zone C 1112
Return 234 Liftgate 1113
125 Delivery 235 Zone A 1114 West Warehouse 194
Assembly 236 Zone B 1115
Installation 237 Zone C 1116
Return 238 Liftgate 1117