We have improved the sync speed of the Braintree Payments connector by implementing parallelism in our syncs.
We have added a new table,
LOCAL_PAYMENT_DETAILS. See Braintree’s documentation for more information.
We have added a new column,
trial_duration, to replace the
trail_duration column in the
SUBSCRIPTION table. We will deprecate the replaced column after November 1, 2020. Be sure to update your queries with the new column name before we deprecate the old column.
We have improved the sync speed for our Braintree connector by changing the sync strategy of the
TRANSACTION table. We now use multiple API calls with filters to sync data from the
We have improved the sync speed for our Braintree connector. We have modified our connector settings to minimize
READ_TIMEOUT exceptions from Braintree, which will help prevent timeout errors during our syncs.
We have added six new tables:
We have added the following fields to the tables below:
We now support Braintree Java SDK version 2.108.0.
We have added a new field,
processor_authorization_code, to the
transaction_id field is now the Primary Key in the
We now re-sync all subscriptions once a day to ensure that we capture every change. Previously, we only synced new subscriptions.
Transactions with the status
SETTLEMENT_DECLINED no longer cause repeated re-syncs.
SUBSCRIPTION_DISCOUNT rows are now properly deleted when you edit these subscriptions. Previously, it was possible to be left with extra rows when you reduced the number of add-ons or discount lines in a subscription record.