IMPORTANT NOTE: CHERRYPIE IS NO LONGER SUPPORT**
PassKit released the all new PassKit Platform in early 2020. This platform incorporates decades of experience designing, developing and implementing world class mobile wallet solutions for some of the biggest international brands. And at the same time, working with small businesses all over the world to help them access the cool capabilities of Apple Wallet and Google Pay passes. We have combined these rich learnings, proven best practices and ever growing knowledge, to deliver you the very best mobile wallet management platform. A platform where you can extend your mobile reach by quickly integrating Apple Wallet and Google Pay Passes into your business. Into your processes. Into your systems. And most importantly into your customer experience.
PassKit now delivers dedicated modules to solve your specific business use cases. No longer do you need to waste time learning about ‘passes’ language. No longer do you need to study mobile wallet terminology. You now work with Mobile Wallet API’s designed around your business processes; your language. A language you are already familiar with.
FOR LEGACY USERS
Follow these simple instructions to invalidate your pass records.
Use the command line application to invalidate pass records.
Follow the instructions in the video above. The key steps are as follows
- Download the CSV Invalidator tool and the CSV template
- Input all the PassIDs you want to invalidate in the CSV file
- Save the CSV file to the same folder as the executable
- Run the executable
- Enter your API Key and Secret
- Input the CSV path (recommended that the file is in the same folder as the executable as then you can simply enter the file name)
- The Pass Records (that are listed in the CSV file) will be invalidated - important.. please make sure the CSV ONLY contains pass IDs that you wish to invalidate. Once a pass has been invalidated it cannot be retrieved.
- After invalidation is completed, the application will output a results file in the same folder. This CSV file contains the results of the invalidation, including time stamp.
** CherryPie is longer maintained; other critical security updates.