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Our API uses a very standardised interface to access each object within the SnapBill system.

Object listing

action Actions are single events that happen on an account
batch A batch is a group of payments that are usually submitted to the bank together
charge A charge is a once-off or recurring amount that automatically generates invoices on the account.
client A client is a single debtor to which payments, invoices, charges, etc. are linked
contact A different contact representative for a client
country A representation of one of the available countries in forms
currency A representation of a monetary currency
email An email that has been sent out
export An available export that can be generated and downloaded
field A custom field that is linked to either all clients, or a specific service_type
file An uploaded or generated file
import A single run of an import with associated data to be imported
import_type A type of available imports, for example a 'Client' or 'Service' import.
invoice An invoice is an object for the major invoice types. This includes quotes, credit notes, debit notes, and the rest.
lost_password_request Created whenever a client enters an email address on your lost password form
package Each service_type can have various different packages at different price points. Common examples are 'Standard' and 'Premium'.
payment A single instance of a payment which is not neccessarily complete or paid yet.
payment_details Details to complete future payments, which can either be a credit card, bank account, etc.
service A service is a recurring instance on a clients account
service_type A type of service that you can later sell to clients
signup An instance of a single (potentially incomplete) signup
sms A text message that has been sent out
timezone A representation of single timezone
transaction A single transaction for payment that may have been completed. These are created whenever we redirect to PayPal or similar payment methods.
user A user that can login to a clients account, or into your snapbill account
developers/general/objects.txt · Last modified: 2014/10/16 14:16 by Jaco van Wyk