Inktera, formerly PageFoundry, offers Apple and Android apps for selling eBooks books directly to consumers.
Sales Import Mappings
Though the Inktera file does has a sale date field; order_utc, most users enter a single sale date for each file in the “or use this value” field to avoid the converting the “order_utc” field to a date field.
The Inktera sales file identifies each assets via their “asset_id” field. In our royalty software your need to enter this “asset_id” in the edition record’s vendor codes table for each product sold via Inktera.
The Inktera file does not have a field for quantity sold. Each line item is assume to be for a quantity of one. Enter the number “1” in the Quantity’s “our use this value:” field.
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Ignore when any of the following fields are blank should have a value of “asset_id”.
Inketera uses their own unique identifier for each eBook that they sell. Link their asset_id to your ISBN by populating the royalty software’s Vendor codes table for each ISBN sold with the Inktera asset_id. This can be done manually or via a file import.
In the sales import Options step select “Vendor product ID” when import the Inktera sales file. This tells the software to look for a matching ProductID in the vendor codes table.