Export CBSubs membership payments to Quickbooks

3 months 3 weeks ago - 3 months 3 weeks ago #335754 by AlexRag
Is there a way, perhaps using something like Zapier to export a new/renewing sale (membership) in CBSubs to Quickbooks?  Or would I have to just look at finding a way for Stripe to send that data to QB instead?

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3 months 3 weeks ago #335766 by krileon
You could probably just export directly from your database then import the data, but I've no idea what format you even need this in and what information it should contain. The following would be the relevant tables for payments.

Baskets/Invoices: _cbsubs_payment_baskets
Payments: _cbsubs_payments

I've no idea what you mean by sending to Quickbooks. If they've an online API you can use then you'd be able to call that API with various integrations (e.g. CBSubs URL for HTTP requests).


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3 months 2 days ago #336115 by AlexRag
Sorry for the late response.

I was just wondering if there was some automated way to connect the site to Quickbooks, but not have it be manual.    Actually, a more general question (not specific to Quickbooks) if I can use something like Zapier, Pabbly, or similar platforms to have the site "talk" to other platforms? (I gather using an API or webhook).

Thanks!

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3 months 2 days ago #336120 by krileon
If whatever that platform is has an API yes that's possible. We provide a dozen different ways to approach that and how you approach it will depend on the platform and the available APIs. The most basic approach is usually to call some REST endpoint and you can do that with CBSubs URL integration or CB Auto Actions and its Request action.


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