Quickbooks Online API Index I

Quickbooks API Reference

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Intuit Any Type

Intuit Any Type: Definition of IntuitAnyType to add and extend new elements to the existing entities.

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Inventory Site

Inventory Site: The InventorySite resource represents a location where inventory is stored. Endpoint: inventorysite Business Rules:
-The site name must be unique. 

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Invoice: The Invoice entity represents an invoice to a customer. Invoice could be based on salesterm with invoice and due dates for payment. Invoice supports sales tax, and shipping charges as a special line item. Invoice can be printed and emailed to a customer. Business Rules:
- An invoice must have at least one line that describes the item and an amount. 
- An invoice must have a reference to a customer in the header.  Product: QBW Description: An Invoice is a financial transaction representing a request for payment for goods or services that have been sold. An invoice is a form that records the details of a customer's purchase, such as quantity and price of the goods or services. An invoice records the amount owed by a customer who does not pay in full at the time of purchase. If full payment is received at the time of purchase, the sale may be recorded as a sales receipt, not an invoice. An invoice must contain a valid customer reference in the CustomerId field and at least one line item. The referenced customer must already exist in the QuickBooks company at the desktop and any line items must also already exists in the QuickBooks company, or the attempt to sync will fail.In general, it is a good practice to specify all the header fields if you have the data. You should always specify the ARAccountId; otherwise a default AR account will be used and this may give you unexpected results.[/br] If you want to apply one tax to all the transaction line items, use the TaxId or TaxGroupId field. If you want to use more than one tax, you need to use Tax Line items instead. Business Rules:
- An invoice must have at least one line that describes the item.  
- If an account is specified in the header, the account must be of the Accounts Receivable (AR) type.  
- An invoice must have a reference to a customer in the header. 

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Item: The Item resource represents any product or service that is sold or purchased. Inventory items are not currently supported. Product: QBW Description: An item is a thing that your company buys, sells, or re-sells, such as products, shipping and handling charges, discounts, and sales tax (if applicable). An item is shown as a line on an invoice or other sales form. The Item.Type property, which specifies how the item is used, may have one of the following values:
-Assembly: The Assembly item allows you combine inventory part items and other assembly items (subassemblies) into a single item by defining a Bill of Materials, that lists the component parts of the assembly item. You can also include the cost of building the assembly item by adding the non-inventory part items, service items, and other charge items to the Bill of Materials.  
- Fixed Asset: The Fixed Asset item represents those business assets that you do not convert to cash one year of normal operation. A fixed asset is usually something that is integral to your business operations. For example, a truck or computer.  
-Group: The Group item helps you to quickly enter a group of individual items that you often purchase or sell together.
-Inventory: The Inventory item is used to track merchandise which your business purchases, stocks as inventory, and re-sells. QuickBooks tracks the current number of inventory items in stock and the average value of the inventory after the purchase and sale of every item.  
-Other Charge: The Other Charge item is used to charge customers for the mileage expense. 
-Product The Product item is used to record the sales information of a product.  
-Payment: The Payment item subtracts the amount of a customer payment from the total amount of an invoice or statement. You must create a payment item if you receive payment for an invoice or statement in parts. If you receive full payment at the time of sale, use a sales receipt form instead of an invoice with a payment item. 
-Service: The Service item is used for the services that you charge on the purchase. For example, including specialized labor, consulting hours, and professional fees.  
-Subtotal: The Subtotal item is used when you want the total of all the items. You can use this item to apply a percentage discount or surcharge.  Business Rules:
-The item name must be unique.  
-The item type must not be NULL.  
-The item cannot define both unit price and unit price percent simultaneously.  
-For the Service, Product, and Other Charge items, you must specify the ID or name of the expense account or both.  
-If the purchase order cost is specified for the Service, Product, and Other Charge items, you must specify the ID or name of the expense account or both.  For the Inventory and Assembly items, you must specify:
-the ID or name of the income account or both  
-the ID or name of the cogs account or both  
-the ID or name of the asset account or both  
-For the Group item, you must specify the tax ID or tax name or both.  For the Fixed Asset item, you must:
-set the asset account type to Asset 
-specify the purchase date  
-specify the ID or name of the income account or both 

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Item Assembly Detail

Item Assembly Detail: Contains the details of an inventory assembly item.

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Item Based Expense Line Detail

Item Based Expense Line Detail: Item based expense detail for a transaction line.

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Item Component Line

Item Component Line: Constituent line of a group item.

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Item Group Detail

Item Group Detail: Contains the details of a group item.

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Item Receipt Line Detail

Item Receipt Line Detail: ItemReceipt detail for a transaction line.

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