Atrium Data API — Release Notes — February 1, 2019
Two new premium features have been added to Atrium: extended transaction history and account statements.
With certain institutions, these features allow partners to get up to 24 months of transaction data, as well as a monthly account statement. This is accomplished by adding two new aggregation types to Atrium.
When aggregating a
member, you can now choose between the default aggregation, a
historyaggregation, or a
statementaggregation. Extended transaction data is then available through the normal read member transactions endpoint. Aggregated statements are accessed through a new list member statements endpoint.
These features, as with all premium features in Atrium, must be enabled by MX. Contact MX through the Atrium developer portal to have these features enabled.
To make these features even more usable, we’ve also added two new webhooks. These are triggered when an aggregation of a given type completes.
We’re all about making people’s lives easier, and that includes developers who use our products.
So, we’ve updated code examples across all our documentation, both the guides and our technical reference. We’ve provided new wrapper libraries in seven languages: C#, Go, Java, Node, PHP, Python, and Ruby. Call it a late Christmas present to help you get up and running with Atrium as fast as possible.
account_numberfield has been added to the
accountresource. When data is available, this generally contains the last four digits of an account number with the rest of the number masked.
- The definition for the
total_account_valuefield has been updated for clarity.
- For information on minor changes and fixes, please see our changelog.