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Install standalone Zuora CPR app


Install standalone Zuora CPR app

This article enables you to install a standalone Configurable Payment Retry app.

Before you can use an app, you must install the app on your Zuora tenant. 



  1. Log into your Zuora tenant.

  2. Navigate to Marketplace > Purchases.

  3. Locate the Configurable Payment Retry app to install, then hover and click Deploy.

  4. In the New Configuration window that opens, specify the configuration details for the app:

    • Name - A name is automatically populated. Modify the name if necessary. 
    • Run Mode -See the app's documentation to learn about how to choose a run mode.
    • Execution - Select External unless otherwise specified in the app's documentation.
    • Build Name - Select Production - US, irrespective of your environment.
    • Source, Target, etc - Select the tenant login for the app. Some apps or functions require using OAuth. In this case, select the OAuth tenant login for the installation.
  5. Click Create.
    The app is installed and will be populated under Marketplace in Zuora shortly. You may need to refresh the page for the app name to display.

After an app is installed in the tenant, you can launch, configure, and use the app in Zuora.

What's next Edit section

After installing the Configurable Payment Retry app, you need to complete initial configurations before it is ready for use. For instructions about configuring the app, see Configure the Configurable Payment Retry feature.

Create required custom fields

When you create your Configurable Payment Retry application with Oauth credentials, Zuora will create the required custom fields. The custom fields will be created once the app has been launched and settings saved. For more information, see Custom Fields of Collections

Custom fields may not be generated automatically if the quota has already reached 10 for indexed and up to 40 for non-indexed custom fields. If so, the customer must remove the existing custom fields and create existing custom fields manually. For more information on how to add a new indexed or non-indexed custom field, see How to manage custom fields.