Custom Data is stored in CashBox as a pair of matched text strings, called name-value pairs. You can assign custom data to Billing Plans, Rate Plans, Products, Season Sets, Subscriptions and Accounts, each of which is associated with its own Custom Data list. For each of these Objects, CashBox stores a list of Names, which you associate with text string Values. You can use name-value pairs to help you categorize and sort aspects of your system.
For example, use Name to define a category, and Value to define a specific item in that category. For instance, you might use name-value pairs to track your sales teams. Define a name-value pair with Office as the Name and the city in which the office is located as the Value. Define a second name-value pair with Name as Salespeople, and set Value to the name of a specific salesperson. Assign name-value pairs Office-New York and Salesperson-WLoman to Billing Plans to sort or search those plans both by the office in which they originated, and the salesperson responsible for the account
Note that both the Name and the Value components of a name-value pair are limited to 255 characters each. If you create a custom name-value pair in which one or both components exceeds the 255 character limit, CashBox will return a 400-series error code, to ensure that your data is not lost without warning.
Use the following fields to create or edit name-value pairs:
Use this field to define a category.
Use this field to define a specific item in that category.
For example, you might use a name-value pair to track your Sales teams. In that case you might define a name-value pair with Name = “Office,” and Value equal to the city in which the office is located. Define a second name-value pair with Name = “Sales people,” and Value the name of specific sales people. Assign name-value pairs Office-New York and Sales person-WLoman to Billing Plans to sort or search those plans both by the office in which they originated, and the sales people responsible for the account.