Bold BI dashboard designer supports connecting the SquareUp web services through REST API.
To configure the SquareUp data source, follow these steps:
Click the Data Sources button in the configuration panel to add a new data connection.
Click CREATE NEW to launch a new connection from the connection panel.
Select the SquareUp connection in the connection panel.
NOTE: You can also create a data source from the home page by clicking the Data Sources menu from the left menu panel and Create Data Source from the data sources page.
Once you click the data source, the NEW DATA SOURCE configuration panel opens. Follow these steps to create a SquareUp data source.
Enter a name and description (optional) for the data source.
Click the API Endpoints drop-down box and choose the required endpoint.
Enter your API Token in headers. Refer to the Get Access Token for more details.
If you want to enter the endpoint manually, click Custom Url and then enter the URL manually. Refer to the SquareUp API documentation for more details.
Select the GET method for the REST API in the Method combo box.
Choose a time interval for Refresh Settings using the combo box to trigger the Rest API request periodically to keep the data in sync with our dashboard.
Select the JSON data type in the Data Format combo box.
You can also edit the connection information set here using the Edit Connection option.
|Refresh Settings||Period of time before the next refresh call is triggered. This will automatically trigger a call for the API configured in the data source to keep the data up to date.|
Replace it in the URL to query particular payment:
All Payments Refunds
Click Preview & Connect to connect with the configurations set.
The Choose Schema(s) dialog opens. The schema represents the key fields of JSON data retrieved from the SquareUp Rest API request. This dialog displays a list of schemas in a treeview and its corresponding values in a grid for a preview. Select required schema(s) from a treeview to use in the designer and then click Connect.
Now, the data design view page with the selected table schema opens. Drag and drop the table.
Click Save to save the data source with a relevant name.