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Aria6 API Release 6.39

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Aria6 System Requirements

Supported Browsers  

  • Firefox 39
  • Chrome 44
  • Internet Explorer 9, 10, 11

Java Settings

Java 7.0​​

Screen Resolution

1024 x 768 or higher

Aria API Features

Rate Schedule Enhancements (DEV-5288)

When a rate schedule is created or updated, the following APIs are updated to provide the capability to specify the Available From Date, Available End Date, Follow-up Default Rate Schedule, Future Rate, and Future Change Date:

  • create_new_plan
  • edit_plan

The following APIs now output additional rate schedule parameters:

  • get_acct_plans
  • get_acct_plans_all
  • get_avail_child_plans_for_acct_all
  • get_avail_child_plans_for_plan_all
  • get_available_plans_all
  • get_client_plans_all
  • get_plans_by_promo_code_all
  • get_rate_schedules_for_plan 
  • get_supp_plans_by_promo_code_all

In addition, the following APIs now include additional logic to verify the availability of a rate schedule by checking its "Available From Date":

  • assign_supp_plan
  • assign_supp_plan_multi
  • create_acct_complete
  • replace_supp_plan
  • update_acct_complete​

Note: If a rate schedule is queued for future availability, then it becomes available on the specified date.

Note: Refer to the Aria6 6.39 Release Notes for the UI-related changes as a result of this improvement.

Blacklisting Existing Encrypted Credit Cards (DEV-5364)

This improvement enhances the update_cc_blacklist API by letting you add an existing account number and payment method to the credit card blacklist stored in Aria. The following update_cc_blacklist API input parameters are now available:

  • <cc_num>
  • <acct_no>
  • <client_acct_id>
  • <credit_card_payment_methods>
  • <payment_method_no>
  • <client_payment_method_id>

Note: If no payment method inputs are provided, all non-disabled credit cards associated with the specified account are added to the blacklist.

Payment Indicator Output Added to get_accts_with_existing_pay_methods (DEV-5408)

This improvement adds a new output parameter to the get_accts_with_existing_pay_methods API. The new <active> output parameter indicates that an electronic payment type is currently the primary active method for the account.

Note: A value of 1 is true, and a value of 0 is false.

Aria API Fixes   

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