AppXite News 09-12-2022
Some of the major developments from the last weeks include the release of the new APIs, subscription upgrades that allow fully upgrading NCE subscriptions to higher-tier offers,and extending MFA to Custom User Database accounts thus harmonizing the access control features across all Identity Providers.
- Navigating platform APIs
- Reporting API - detailed invoice line items
- Get catalog and prices
- Manage subscriptions via APIs
- Manage Microsoft customer tenants
- Place and provision orders via API
- How can I invite a user of Microsoft partner?
- How to log in to the catalog on behalf of the customer
- How do I access CPQ/SKU builder?
- How to add products to the catalog
- How to assign users with email policies on Business Central
- How to cancel and undo orders
- How to distinguish between NCE and non-NCE offers
- How to re-post invoices
- A blog: Are you GDAP-ready? All about Microsoft DAP-to-GDAP transition
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New APIs released
AppXite is happy to announce the release of the new APIs that provide faster and more comprehensive interaction with the platform data and support external marketplace integration. The new APIs will enable partners to interact with the Catalog, Offer Prices, Subscriptions, Microsoft Tenants, and Custom Properties.
Reporting API can return detailed invoice line items. With this functionality, you can have the flexibility to leverage a simplified view with consolidated invoice line items and when necessary, switch to granular invoice details. As such, it is easy to obtain an overview of charges across different subscriptions and access details of pro-rated charges when needed.
These APIs will allow you to get your platform catalog of offers and display it outside the platform. For instance, you can build your own marketplace as a customer-facing UI with the catalog of offers being displayed and available for purchase, whereas the platform will be used as a back-end functionality.
These APIs will allow you to place and provision orders programmatically. As a result, you can use your own marketplace and/or CRM/ERP to place and provision orders on the platform.
These APIs will allow you to collect subscription data and manage subscriptions outside the platform (e.g. in your ERP/CRM and/or marketplace).
These APIs will allow you to validate and create Microsoft Tenants programmatically. This will allow you to incorporate the Microsoft tenant management functionality in your offer purchase flow.
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