What kind of list do you have? Can you divide it by value types in automation input?
I mean (for example)
list of doc numbers,
list of doc names,
list of doc types…
anyway, you can probably split it into array of lists above, and then - each element into array of values, receiving 2d-array that can be transponded (like turn the table 90 degrees to receive your desired output)
if yes, check this answer
The api returns a list and I am just not sure about how to work with arrays and scripting in Airtable. I would like to avoid using zapier or Make(Integromat), also I understand they may make this easier.
Any help, guidance, or quick consult is welcomed. Thank you.
Hi Mohamed. Did Zapier include test keys back? Zapier created some great no-code integrations (create product, price, and payment link) recently, but they did not include a way to use a Stripe test key with them. So if you want to test these new operations out, you’ll need to use a real credit card. May get pricey just to see if they work.
Right. I’m actually already in that thread saying the same thing :grinning_face_with_smiling_eyes: .
BTW, you mentioned Zapier’s Airtable Line Items support. Stripe’s checkout session events do not include some crucial data (product, description, quantity,…) in a webhook by default. Can we retrieve these objects with it?
You mean use the stripe product ID to retrieve the products from Airtable? Yes you can do that. But depending on the response you get from Stripe you will probably need to use Formatter to get the product ids transformed to Line Items then use a Loop to search for said items in Airtable
Sorry, no. I want to retrieve those Stripe checkout objects from a Stripe Webhook and plug them into my Airtable. Unfortunately, the line items where these objects are found within the checkout session event need to be expanded so they are not included in a checkout.succeeded event webhook by default. It has something to do with large payloads. So I was wondering if the “Zapier Line Items support” you mentioned earlier in this thread addresses that.