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How to use the IEX dashboard
How to use the IEX dashboard

An introduction to the IEX platform

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Your IEX dashboard is where you can setup and administrate your integration to suit your needs. You can follow the log to see, what have been transferred, and which transfers have failed.

Here you can also buy extra orders, when you are in a peak periode, in which you've used more orders than your subscription tier includes.
The integration will automatically buy extra orders, if you exceed you maximum order usage for a month.

All self-serviced functionalities in IEX are administered through the IEX dashboard.


In this window you can see, which data connections that are available, and which are currently active. You can activate and deactivate connections individually.


Schedule settings

This page contains an overview of all the scheduled runs (jobs), when they ran the last time, and when they'll run the next time.

Note, that when webhooks are used, there will not necessarily be a job for each connection. This is because webhooks reacts on changes, and do not run as scheduled jobs.

Schedule settings (webhooks)


Here you'll find an overview of your subscription, your billing information and your invoices. Here you can also upgrade your subscription.

If you've used all the included orders in your subscription, you can also refill more orders on this page.



Here you'll find the overall settings for the whole of the integration.

You can activate / deactivate the whole subscription in one click. If nothing is transferred you should always start by checking, if the integration is active here.

You can also deactivate and reactivate your modules individually if need - for instance if you are running tests.
On the page you can also invite more users to administrate the integration.



Here you'll find a log of what is transferred through the integration. Use this for troubleshooting, for instance if an order hasn't been transferred.
Notice: We delete logs that are old, and as such, it might not contain old log entries.

If you fold out a transfer line, you can see the transferred data in all states, and you can see the data in original format and in the format of the receiving end.

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