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Stripe component

Stripe component

A component that connects to Stripe API.

API version

A user can specify whatever API version they need (e.g. 2022-11-15). There is a field in the component’s metadata where an API version can be set. If the field is blank, version 2020-08-27 is used by default.

Environment variables

Name Mandatory Description Values
API_RETRIES_COUNT false Set how many time system try to make request to API on errors (3 by default) any integer above 0
API_RETRY_DELAY false Delay between retry attempts in milliseconds (10000 by default) any integer above 0
API_REQUEST_TIMEOUT false HTTP requests timeout in milliseconds (15000 by default) any integer above 0


Component credentials configuration fields:

To verify credentials request GET with your Secret Key is used. So if you are restricted to make this API call - simply skip credentials verification.


This component has no trigger functions. This means it will not be accessible to select as a first component during the integration flow design.


Make Raw Request

Executes custom request.

Configuration Fields

  • Don’t throw error on 404 or 402 Response - (optional, boolean): Treat 404 and 402 HTTP responses not as error, defaults to false.

Input Metadata

Make Rae Request

  • Url - (string, required): Path of the resource relative to
  • Method - (string, required): HTTP verb to use in the request, one of GET, POST, PUT, PATCH, DELETE.
  • Request Body - (object, optional): Body of the request to send.
  • API Version - (string, optional): API version (by default version ‘2020-08-27’ will be used). Stripe versioning. Stripe API-changelog.
  • Idempotency Key - (string, optional): Unique value which the server uses to recognize subsequent retries of the same request (UUID is recommended). Stripe Idempotent requests.

Output Metadata

  • Status Code - (number, required): HTTP status code of the response.
  • HTTP headers - (object, required): HTTP headers of the response.
  • Response Body - (object, optional): HTTP response body.

Usage Example

As of the component version 1.1.0 an input body can be set as a plain JSON object. While version 1.0.0 expected an input body to be built as a application/x-www-form-urlencoded data only. Version 1.1.0 allows both options.

As an example we’ll be using the Payment Links endpoint.



  "method": "POST",
  "url": "v1/payment_links",
  "data": {
      "line_items[][quantity]": 3,
      "line_items[][price]": "price_1MJXtjGB4S5N5BY8ymGY6TWC"

In version 1.1.0 both options will work. Either as we showed for 1.0.0 or a plain JSON:


  "method": "POST",
  "url": "v1/payment_links",
  "data": {
    "line_items": [
        "quantity": 3,
        "price": "price_1MJXtjGB4S5N5BY8ymGY6TWC"
        "quantity": 10,
        "price": "price_1MJh6eGB4S5N5BY8kJ1Q6exh"

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