Overview of In-App purchases in Purple DS Manager

Modified on Fri, 5 Jan, 2018 at 5:12 PM

In the Purple DS Manager, under the heading of Purchases (1), you can check the in-app purchases and their validity using a device ID.

The device ID can be sent directly to you via the feedback email

If you enter the device ID of a device in the search field (2), you will get an overview of all purchases made with the respective device. This can be helpful in restoring purchases or making it easier to find out when a purchase was made.

Explanation of menu items:

1. Purchase ID

The identifier assigned by Sprylab is used internally to identify the respective purchase

2.    Product ID

ID created by you in the respective App Store for each product (single purchase, subscription)

3. Purchase Date

Date of the relevant purchase according to the time zone specified for the publication

4. Purchase Type

Type of product purchased (single purchase, subscription)

5. Expires

This date indicates the expiry date of the purchases subscription. It will not be displayed for individual purchases

6. Last validation

If a mobile device has an internet connection when it launches a Purple DS app it will talk to the Purple DS Manager and check the read permission for all available issues. This read permission check also includes the validation of In-App purchases made. The date and time (according to the publication time zone) of the last check is seen in this column

7. Status

Here the status of each purchase is stated;

"OK" = the purchase was successfully completed and can download the corresponding issue(s)

"Error" = the purchase was interrupted at some point in the process. For example; Interruption of the internet connection

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