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Stripe: Customer, Destination Charge

Stripe: Customer, Destination Charge

Creates the Charge object with Transfer Amount to charge the Customer ID for any amount in any currency. Any Connected Account are available. If the primary payment method (Customer object) fails, the backup payment method will be charged. If all method fails, no Charge object will be created and an Abended Error log will be output.

Stripe: Customer, Charge

Stripe: Customers, Charge

Creates the Charge object on the payment platform Stripe. If the primary payment method (Customer object) fails, the backup payment method will be charged. If all method fails, no Charge object will be created and an Abended Error log will be output.

Wordpress.com: Stats, Get Views

WordPress.com: Stats, Get Views

Gets the number of times the specified article has been viewed. Gets the subtotal for the specified period and the total for the entire period from Jetpack. It is also possible to obtain the daily values for the specified period in TSV format.

Stripe: Customer, Destination Charge

Stripe: Customer, Destination Charge

Creates the Charge object with Transfer Amount to charge the Customer ID for any amount in any currency. Any Connected Account as the Transfer Destination, any Transfer Amount within the Charge amount are available. If fails, the object is not created.

Stripe: Customer, Charge

Stripe: Customer, Charge

Creates the Charge object on the payment platform Stripe to charge the Customer ID (cus_12345678901234) for any amount in any currency. If the charging process fails, Charge object is not created and error log such as expired_card is output.

Stripe: Customer, Create

Stripe: Customer, Create

Creates a Customer object on the payment platform Stripe. Customer objects allow you to perform recurring charges. Note that it is necessary to implement tokenization mechanism that directly interacts with the customer browser and Stripe in advance.

Google Docs: Document, Replace All

Google Docs: Document, Replace All

Replaces all instances of text matching the FindWhat string with the ReplaceWith string in a case-sensitive way. It is also possible to replace multiple replacement patterns at once. If you are using a template file, you will often need to duplicate and replace the file in the upstream step.