Recharge is the leading subscription payment platform for merchants to set up and manage dynamic recurring billing across web and mobile.

Data integration: Skyvia supports importing data to and from Recharge, exporting Recharge data to CSV files, replicating Recharge data to relational databases, and synchronizing Recharge data with other cloud apps and relational databases.

Backup: Skyvia Backup does not support Recharge.

Query: Skyvia Query supports Recharge.

Establishing Connection

To connect to Recharge, specify the Subdomain and sign in with Recharge using the OAuth 2.0 authentication method.

Creating Connection

To create a connection:

  1. Click +New and select Connection.
  2. Select Recharge from the the list of connectors.
  3. Enter your subdomain.

    Connection Editor window

    If you use BigCommerce custom domain name to connect, and the connection fails, try to enter your primary domain value (for example, as a Subdomain in the Connection Editor.

  4. Click Sign In with Recharge.
  5. Enter your Recharge login credentials.
  6. Authorize Skyvia to access your data.

Connector Specifics

Object Peculiarities


Each object that supports metafields (Store, Customers, Subscriptions, etc.) has a corresponding object (StoreMetafields, CustomerMetafields, etc.) which allows working with metafields directly.

DML Operations Support

Operation Object
INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE Addresses, ChargeMetafields, CustomerMetafields, Customers, Collections, Discounts, Onetimes, OrderMetafields, Plans, Products, StoreMetafields, SubscriptionMetafields, Subscriptions, Webhooks

Incremental Replication and Synchronization

Skyvia supports Replication with Incremental Updates for all Recharge objects except CustomerDeliverySchedules, Products, Webhooks.

Skyvia supports Synchronization for all Recharge objects except CustomerDeliverySchedules, Charges, Orders, Products, Store, Webhooks.

Stored Procedures

Skyvia represents part of the supported Recharge features as stored procedures. You can call a stored procedure, for example, as a text of the command in the ExecuteCommand action in a Target component of a Data Flow or in Query.


Use the following command to send notifications to a specific customer.

call SendNotifications(:customer_id, :type, :template_type, :template_vars)

Customer_id the specific customer identifier
Type The only possible value is email
Template_type Defines the type of notification template. Valid values are upcoming_charge, get_account_access
Template_vars An object containing the necessary template variables for specific email template type: The address_id associated with the indicated customer and the notification object. The charge_id of the Charge for which the notification should be sent. For example {"address_id":1234567890, "charge_id":9876543210}.


To clone the specific order, use the following command.

call CloneOrder (:order_id, :scheduled_at)

Order_id The order identifier
Scheduled_at Date in future when this order will be sent


To apply a discount to an existing charge, use the following command.

call ApplyDiscount(:charge_id, :discount_code, :discount_id)


To remove a discount from a specific charge, use the command

call RemoveDiscount(:charge_id)


To skip a charge for a specific item or subset of items, use the command

call SkipCharge(:charge_id, :subscription_ids)

Charge_id The charge identifier
Subscription_ids The identifier or identifiers of the charge items in the array format. For example, ["12345678"]


To cancel skipping a charge for a specific item or subset of items, use the following command.

call UnskipCharge(:charge_id, :subscription_ids)


To apply a refund to a Charge, use the command

call RefundCharge(:charge_id, :amount, :full_refund)

Charge_id The charge identifier
Amount Amount of money that will be refunded
Full_refund Accepts the true, and false values

After the refund, the Charge will have the status parameter REFUNDED or PARTIALLY_REFUNDED.


To process Charges that are in a queued or error status, use the command

call ProcessCharge(:charge_id)


To capture the funds of a previously authorized Charge, use the following command.

call CapturePayment(:charge_id)


The following command updates an existing subscription’s next charge date.

call ChangeSubscriptionNextChargeDate(:subscription_id, :date)


Use the following command to update an existing subscription’s address.

call ChangeSubscriptionAddress(:subscription_id, :address_id, :next_charge_scheduled_at)


To cancel an active subscription, use the command

call CancelSubscription(:subscription_id, :cancellation_reason, :cancellation_reason_comments, :send_email)

Subscription_id An active subscription identifier
Cancellation_reason The reason for subscription cancellation
Cancellation_reason_comments The internal comment to cancellation reason
Send_email Accepts true or false. Defines whether to send the cancellation email to the customer and store owner.


To activate a canceled subscription, use the command

call ActivateSubscription(:subscription_id)

It sets the following canceled subscription attributes to null: “cancelled_at”, “cancellation_reason,” and “cancellation_reason_comments”.

Supported Actions

Skyvia supports all the common actions for Recharge.