Feature #1662

CapShop capability for viewing purchase orders history

Added by Oleg Plakhotniuk almost 3 years ago. Updated over 2 years ago.

Status:Resolved Start:2014-11-09
Priority:Normal Due date:
Assigned to:Oleg Plakhotniuk % Done:

100%

Category:Core / Capabilities Spent time: -
Target version:1.1
Module: Branch:

Description

I'm working on my personal finance app, and am lacking certain functionality.
The goal is to have transactions like "on 2014-01-01, $30 from visa 1234 were spent on video games, $20 on office supplies and $10 went to taxes, all at Amazon.com",
instead of simply "on 2014-01-01, $50 from visa 1234 were spent to some stuff at Amazon.com".

To do this, I need to know full purchase history from online stores, including precise payment amounts.

Here's the new capability I propose for this purpose. I tried to keep it at bare minimum, just enough for my use case. We can expand functionality when it's needed at some point in the future.

This is my first attempt at writing caps, so feel free to make suggestions. Thanks!


Related issues

blocks weboob - Feature #1663: Amazon.com module showing orders history Resolved 2014-11-09

Associated revisions

Revision d219d1e1025634787120416805fc40942590667e
Added by Oleg Plakhotniuk almost 3 years ago

CapShop capability for viewing purchase orders history. Closes #1662

History

Updated by Oleg Plakhotniuk almost 3 years ago

  • Status changed from In progress to To merge
  • % Done changed from 0 to 100

Updated by Oleg Plakhotniuk almost 3 years ago

  • Status changed from To merge to Resolved

Updated by Christophe Lampin over 2 years ago

Great job. Very interesting for my own finance app. Have you developed an application to work with your capability yet ? Like Shopoob ?

Updated by Oleg Plakhotniuk over 2 years ago

Christophe, thank you! Currently I'm using it directly through Python interface in my finance app. I'm not planning to make a separate weboob app for CapShop though. So if you're up to it, contributions are welcome ;-)

Updated by Romain Bignon over 2 years ago

  • Target version set to 1.1

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