Welcome to the reference for Zuora Revenue REST API!
REST is a web-service protocol that lends itself to rapid development by using everyday HTTP and JSON technology. Zuora Revenue provides various REST APIs for data integration. Use these REST APIs to authenticate and integrate data from the source ERP systems with Zuora Revenue.
All Zuora Revenue REST APIs are secured by using HTTPS. The authentication scheme is token-based authentication, which means an authenticated user must generate a token and then use it for all subsequent APIs until the token expires.
This reference provides detailed descriptions about functions, requests, and responses of each REST API.
Zuora Revenue REST APIs can be broadly classified into the following categories:
The API service must be enabled for your tenant in the first place. Otherwise, the 405 error will be returned for every API request you submitted. To enable the API service, contact Zuora Revenue Support.
Both the inbound and outbound operations require an authentication token to perform integration. You can obtain the token by using the Authentication operation.
After the APIs are provisioned in Zuora Revenue Cloud, you can get the endpoint and use that endpoint to call the APIs.
Before you use the Zuora Revenue APIs, make sure the following requirements are met:
Zuora Revenue APIs support the JSON format of HTTP responses. Inbound operations for data upload support the CSV format only.
All the inbound data into Zuora Revenue are first loaded into pre-stage tables, namely CUST_UI tables in Zuora Revenue, and then pushed to the corresponding staging tables from CUST_UI tables.
If the data fails in the CUST_UI tables, the entire batch of records will be marked as
It means All or Nothing approach will be followed when data is being inserted to the CUST_UI tables.
If the data has been successfully inserted into the CUST_UI tables, it will then be automatically pushed to
the staging tables and no manual work is required.
Any uncollected data that remains in the staging tables can be manually fixed or downloaded, and can be reposted from the upstream systems.
You can use the Stage Error operations to retrieve error information about the uploaded data.