Manually syncing data with Stripe
If you're using dj-stripe's webhook handlers then data will be automatically synced from Stripe to the Django database, but in some circumstances you may want to manually sync Stripe API data as well.
You can sync your database with stripe using the manage command
djstripe_sync_models, e.g. to populate an empty database from an
existing Stripe account.
With no arguments this will sync all supported models, or a list of models to sync can be provided.
./manage.py djstripe_sync_models Invoice Subscription
Note that this may be redundant since we recursively sync related objects.
You can manually reprocess events using the management commands
djstripe_process_events. By default this processes all events, but
options can be passed to limit the events processed. Note the Stripe API
documents a limitation where events are only guaranteed to be available
for 30 days.
# all events ./manage.py djstripe_process_events # failed events (events with pending webhooks or where all webhook delivery attempts failed) ./manage.py djstripe_process_events --failed # filter by event type (all payment_intent events in this example) ./manage.py djstripe_process_events --type payment_intent.* # specific events by ID ./manage.py djstripe_process_events --ids evt_foo evt_bar # more output for debugging processing failures ./manage.py djstripe_process_events -v 2
To sync in code, for example if you write to the Stripe API and want to work with the resulting dj-stripe object without having to wait for the webhook trigger.
This can be done using the classmethod
exists on all dj-stripe model classes.
E.g. creating a product using the Stripe API, and then syncing the API return data to Django using dj-stripe: