Unique Identifier for each subscription.
Id of this subscription in its origin data source (when it comes from an integration).
Unique code identifies the subscription (rather than using the random id field generated for each entry in our database)
If multiple records represent the same subscription (coming from different data sources, for example), you can choose one subscription to represent all of them and call it a parent, then assign this Id as parentId to the other subscriptions.
Unique identifier for the customer who made this subscription.
Id of the customer who made this subscription in its origin data source (when it comes from an integration).
Currency Id of this payment.
Currency Id of this payment in its origin data source (when it comes from an integration).
Product Id of this subscription in its origin data source (when it comes from an integration).
Subscription status (Options: active, past_due, unpaid, canceled, incomplete, expired, trialing, future, detected, draft, pending_activation, pending_acceptance, suspended, pending).
Subscriptions can be synced from subscriprion software or detected from invoices with recurring products. If the subscription is detected then its dataSourceId will be your default (manual) one. So, originId is the dataSourceId of the synced invoices that we detected this subscription from.
Subscription start date.
Subscription end date.
Billing period (Options: day, week, month, quarter, year, custom).
Renewal probability estimation as percentage from 0 to 100.
Id of the data source (Manual Calqulate, or integrations).
Organization Id in which this subscription belongs.
Date of creation of this entry in Calqulate's Database.
Date of last update done on this entry in Calqulate's Database.
Date of deletion of this entry from Calqulate's Database.
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