The Revenue Recognition Schedules export provides a list of all schedules from each charge or credit and the corresponding revenue amortization information.
This export will only appear in the admin console for for sites that have enabled the feature. For information about the Revenue Recognition feature that generates data in this export and how to configure this feature, visit Revenue Recognition
- Column addition for invoice_origin
Every invoice generated within your Recurly site, regardless of status.
All invoices that have not received a payment attempt. This status has a value of 'pending' in the export and does not include invoice with a 'past_due' status. This status only exists for manual invoices. If you see this status for an automatically collected invoice, it may mean that the payment attempt had a transaction communication error. This filter will also include all credit invoices which have not been fully allocated to charge invoices.
All successfully collected invoices. This status has a value of 'paid' in the export and does not include the 'failed' status. It is important to note that the associated credit card, PayPal, or Amazon transaction with a paid invoice may not be settled with the gateway. Allow at least 1 to 3 business days for transaction settlement with the gateway. This will also include all credit invoices which have been fully allocated to charge invoices.
All automatic invoices that attempted collection, but payment failed, or manual invoices that have reached their due date. Payment for automatic invoices will be retried automatically through the dunning process.
All invoices that have either experienced 20 declines, or have been through the dunning process without successful payment. These invoices will not be retried. It is important to note that failed invoices will clear the owed balance from the account and will not attempt any future collections, but the charge line items will still exist in the account history.
This export will display all schedules from invoices created during the selected timeframe. Uses the invoice_created_at date column in the export.
the unique identifier of the revenue schedule
The invoice number from the Recurly UI.
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Creation date of the invoice.
paid, processing, open, failed
the current state of the invoice
Account code being charged for this invoice.
Internal accounting code for a specific invoice line item. This value will only populate if you define an accounting code for the line item. Accounting codes can be defined for all line items. Plan set-up fees and plan free trial charges will inherit the plan's accounting code.
Unique internal identifier for the adjustment. Also called line_item_uuid or adjustment_uuid in other exports.
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Bill cycle start date for a specific invoice line item. Equivalent to line_item_start_date in the deprecated Invoices export.
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Bill cycle end date for a specific invoice line item. This date will not exist for custom charges (one-time).
plan, add_on, credit, charge
the original source for a line item. A credit created from an original charge will have the value of the charge's origin. (plan = subscription fee, plan_trial = trial period 0 amount charge, setup_fee = subscription setup fee, add_on = subscription add-on fee, debit = custom charge through the UI or Adjustments API, one_time = custom charge through the Transactions API, credit = custom credit
number of days between line_item_start_date and line_item_end_date
the total amount divided by the number of days
total amount of the charge to be recognized for this schedule, in other words "subtotal after discounts)
currency of the line item
the way in which revenue is recognized for that schedule, as defined in the plan settings for revenue recognition
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the date revenue is recognized. only populated if schedule type is at_range_start or at_rate_end
reflects the total remaining deferred revenue to be recognized as of the date the export is requested
the portion of the line item that applies to the past, i.e. before time range "start date"
the total amount recognized in a specific month. Note that the first month will be the current month
the total amount recognized in a specific month. The second column will be the month after the current month
the total amount recognized in a specific month. There will be a column for each month after the current month, creating 12 columns of months in total
revenue to be recognized in the future past 12 months from the current month
The event that created the invoice. Invoices issued before the Credit Invoices feature was enabled on your site will have either purchase or refund as the value. Once Credit Invoices is enabled, you can see new origins like renewal, immediate_change, and write_off.
Updated over 1 year ago