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Article Summary

Stripe is a platform which allows businesses to easily accept and process payments from customers.

Dataddo can currently extract the following datasets:

  • Balance transactions
  • Charges
  • Customers
  • Invoices
  • Payment Intents
  • Products
  • Subscription Items
  • Subscriptions

All available endpoints from the Stripe API are listed here.

How to Create a Stripe Data Source

  1. Sign in to your Dataddo account. Navigate to Sources and click on Create Source in the top right corner.

  2. Select Stripe from the list of sources.
    Data sources - choose connectors

  3. Select the required Dataset and click on Next.


    If you are not sure which dataset you need, but know the metrics and attributes, use the Search by Name or Attribute function.

    Stripe - datasets

  4. From the drop-down menu, choose your Account connected to Dataddo and click on Next to continue with the setup.

    Didn't find your account?

    If you want to connect a new account that is not on the list, click on Add new Account at the bottom of the drop-down. You will be redirected to the authorization/sign-in page to confirm the right account. Once you confirm, you will be redirected back to the Dataddo app.

    If you need the API Secret Key, please proceed to this section.

    Stripe - authorization

  5. Choose a Name for your data source, and select the Metrics and Attributes. To continue, click on Next.


    The metrics and attributes depend on the dataset. If you need different metrics and attributes, go back to step 3 to select another dataset.

    Stripe - metrics

  6. Configure your snapshotting. Under Advanced Settings you can select the exact Time of synchronization. Confirm your setup by clicking on Next.


    To load historical data, please refer to Manual Data Load.

  7. Before saving the source, preview your data by clicking on the Test Data button. Adjust the date range to see a more specific range of data.
    Data source - create - preview

  8. Click on Save and congratulations, your new data source is ready!

API Secret Key

When configuring the Stripe connector, you will have to provide an API Secret Key. This information can be found on your Stripe Dashboard.
Stripe - API Secret Key


Broken View / Error Message

If you cannot see a preview of your data, go back a few steps and check your setup. The most common causes are:

  • Date range: We recommend a smaller date range. If you need to load historical data, check our guide.
  • Invalid metrics, attributes, or breakdowns: You may not have any data for the selected metrics, attributes, or breakdowns.
  • Combination of metrics, attributes, or breakdowns: The combination you have selected cannot be queried together. Please refer to the service's documentation to view a full list of which metrics can be included in the same source.
    Data source -create- error


To change a date range you need to use the advanced settings (click on the three dots, next to your source, select Edit and navigate to the Advanced Settings tab). In the URL field, you can change the date range (1d1,1m1)


Change the URL from 1d1 (load last day of data) to 1m1 (load last 30 days' worth of data). After you load the data by clicking on the Manual Data Load button next to your source, change the URL back so that you will be extracting only fresh data. For more info about date ranges, follow our guide.

Need assistance?

Feel free to contact us and we will help you with the setup. To speed the process of resolving your issue, make sure you provide us with sufficient information.

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