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Generates a statement based on an invoice that has not been inluded in a statement. This call can also send the statement to the billing email address of a specified account. Please note: If there is more than one invoice that has not been included in an invoice, an error will occur. If the send_email field is set to true, and the account does not have a billing email address, an error will occur.

Input Arguments

Req Field Name Field Type Max Length Description
client_no long 22 Aria-assigned unique identifier indicating the Aria client providing service to this account.
auth_key string 32 Aria-assigned unique key to be passed with each method call for authenticating the validity of the requestor.
acct_no long 22 Aria-assigned account identifier. This value is unique across all Aria-managed accounts.
send_email string 5 A boolean directive to send the statement via email to the account holder.   Allowable Values
alt_caller_id string 30 Person or process that submitted the API call. This can be someone's user ID, or the name of an application.
optional_transaction_qualifiers array Array of additional values you can associate with this API call.
qualifier_name string 100 Name of the field you want to associate with this API call.
qualifier_value string 100 Corresponding value of the field you want to associate with this API call.
application_id string 300 The application identifier in which the API is being used in. (Example: “Sales Force”)
application_date string 300 The application date/timestamp, ie. 01/01/2014 10:00:00 to track when the application called the API.

Output Arguments

Field Name Field Type Description
statement_no long The unique statement number.
seq_statement_id string The unique sequential statement number.
error_code long Aria-assigned error identifier. 0 indicates no error.
error_msg string Description of any error that occurred. "OK" if there was no error.

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