You can follow the following steps to build a connection with your Stripe account.
1. Go to the Resources page and click the Add Resource button.
2. In the "Select a data source" step, select Stripe under Apps.
3. In the "Configure the data source" step, enter the following information:
4. In the "Select the tables" step, choose tables that you want to connect. See here for more details on each table.
5. Click Finish Setup. You will see a
icon next to your Stripe resource. It may take a few minutes to several hours depending on the data size and the number of your tables. Once your APP's data is ready, you will receive a notification email.
2. Find your secret key that usually starts with "sk_live_".
For every third-party App integration, there are many tables that can be imported. Outside of the reference tables, here are some of the most used tables for your analytics.
Returns a list of transactions that have contributed to the Stripe account balance (e.g., charges, transfers, and so forth). The transactions are returned in sorted order, with the most recent transactions appearing first.
You can see a list of the bank accounts belonging to a Customer. Note that the 10 most recent sources are always available by default on the Customer. If you need more than those 10, you can use this API method and the limit and starting_after parameters to page through additional bank accounts.
Returns a list of charges you’ve previously created. The charges are returned in sorted order, with the most recent charges appearing first.
Returns a list of your coupons.
Returns a list of your customers. The customers are returned sorted by creation date, with the most recent customers appearing first.
Returns a list of transactions that updated the customer’s balances.
Returns a list of your disputes.
List events, going back up to 30 days. Each event data is rendered according to Stripe API version at its creation time, specified in event object api_version attribute (not according to your current Stripe API version or Stripe-Version header).
You can list all invoices, or list the invoices for a specific customer. The invoices are returned sorted by creation date, with the most recently created invoices appearing first.