Paypal audit files were missing tons of subscription IDs two weeks ago. We asked them to regenerate the files and we also turned off the audit parser. We should make sure we've got some new files, and turn the parser back on ASAP.
Request for audit file regeneration was closed last time because I missed the follow-up question asking if there were any other file. I re-submitted the request with a complete list, and it's being tracked at paypal tech support as Question Reference # 170613-000683
TRR-20170517.01.008.CSV 360 missing
TRR-20170518.01.008.CSV 1 missing
TRR-20170519.01.008.CSV 24 missing
TRR-20170520.01.008.CSV 786 missing
TRR-20170521.01.008.CSV 890 missing
TRR-20170522.01.008.CSV 99 missing
Everything since the 22nd has had the right IDs, so I've turned the parser back on.
I've just pinged paypal tech support on that ticket, and asked them to notify email@example.com if they make any progress in the next week. FR-tech: if they regenerate these files with the same names, you will have to delete the corresponding files in the 'completed' directory to induce our downloader to pull the new ones. You should be able to do that by editing the paypal_audit_move_files non-scheduled job and running it once.
@Ejegg triaged this task as Unbreak Now! priority.
@Ejegg: This task has been open for nearly two months with this priority. The definition of the "Unbreak now!" priority is: Something that needs to be fixed immediately, setting everything else aside. Can you please either report progress in this task or decrease the task priority to reflect reality? Thanks!
It's still unbreak now. It's preventing us from properly closing out the last fiscal year and it's still causing us a flood of alert email.
I've been pestering PayPal for more than a month now, and we're on our third tech support representative.