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Connecting to the Stripe connector


Stripe is an online payment processing platform that offers payment processing software and API to manage flow of funds for e-commerce websites and mobile applications. You can use Skypoint's built-in connector for importing data from Stripe. Our platform collects, analyzes, and provides a solution to transform data into meaningful information for generating valuable insights.


  • You have a stripe account and credentials such as API Key. Each API user has credentials that must be used to authenticate requests.

To import Data using the Stripe connector

  1. In the left pane, go to Dataflow > Imports.

The Dataflow window appears.

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  1. Click New Dataflow to create dataflow.

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  1. Enter a Name to identify your Dataflow.


Name starts with a letter.  Use letters and numbers only. No spaces between letters.

  1. Click Next.

Add Stripe Connector

  1. In the All categories or Services and apps tab, select the stripe connector to start the configuration.

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  1. Also, you can use the Search function to find the stripe connector.

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  1. In the Set dataflow name page, enter the Display Name to identify your dataflow.
  2. In the Description box, you can enter an explanation of the connector.
  3. Click Next.

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To configure Stripe

Follow the below steps to configure the connection to Stripe:

  1. Enter the Api Key to configure with the Stripe connector. For details about the API key, click API reference.
  2. Click Connect.

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  1. You can enter the Table Details to process the data.


After configuration, it lists down all the tables in the Table Details that are part of the connector. For a single table, it displays by default (this information is client connector specific and what tables that given connector supports) on successful connection. However, for multiple tables, you can mark only those tables that you want to import and process the data. For example, to import customer data, you can check those tables which contain customer information, such as name, email, address, and contact details.

PurposeOption to assign a purpose (All, Customer 360, or Privacy-Metadata) for each table.
Loads customer data
Loads Metadata
File NameDisplays the name of the file that you imported.
Table NameDisplays the imported table name.
  1. Click Save to apply the changes.

Run, edit, and delete the imported data

  1. After saving the connection, the Stripe connector appears on the Dataflow page. Also, you can see the list of created tables in the Databases section.

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NameDisplays the name of the Dataflow.
TypeDisplays connector type symbol.
StatusIndicates whether the data is imported successfully.
Tables CountDisplays the number of tables.
Created DateDisplays date of creation.
Updated DateDisplays last modified date.
Last RefreshDisplays the latest refresh date. This date will get updated whenever you refresh the data.
Group byOption to view the items in a specific Group (For example, name, type, status).
  1. Select the horizontal ellipsis in the Actions column and do the following:
If you want toThen
Modify the DataflowSelect Edit and modify the Dataflow. Click Save to apply your changes.
Execute the DataflowSelect Run.
Bring the data to its previous stateSelect Rollback.
Delete the DataflowSelect Remove and then click the Delete button. All tables in the data source get deleted.
See the run history of the DataflowSelect Run History.


You can see the error message corresponding to failure while importing data from a data source in the Dataflow under Run history > Description.

Next step

After completing the data import, start the Master Data Management (MDM) - Stitch process to develop a unified view of your customers.