What are Apple's Server to Server Notifications?
This is a service Apple provides for auto-renewable subscription products. Apple will use this to send information to Nami's servers about renewals, upgrades, downgrades, cancellations and other similar changes to a subscriber's status.
You can read more about this here.
In order for Nami to stay up-to-date on the status of all your subscribers, you will need to set up Apple to send these notifications to the Nami platform.
Apple Best Practice
Apple strongly recommends any customer offering subscriptions set up a webserver to process these events and update your mobile app, based on the data received.
Nami can receive and process these events on your behalf to make sure your customer's subscription status is always up to date with the most recent information. Nami processes the server notifications and uses them to keep your user's entitlement state up-to-date with their latest status.
- First, let's find the URL where you will send the server notifications to Nami. Log in to the Control Center, go to App Settings, select the Platforms tab (or follow this link), and click the Edit button for the Apple platform you wish to activate Server to Server Notifications for.
- Click the Copy button next to the Subscription Status URL field to add the URL to your clipboard.
- Now let's head over to App Store Connect and login.
- Click My Apps.
- Under Subscription Status URL, please add the following link that you copied above.
Have you set up your App Shared Secret in the Nami Control Center?
Without this information, we won't be able to link the incoming Apple Server to Server notifications to your Nami account.
Please follow these instructions to set up your Shared Secret.
Updated 2 months ago