More information can be found in our API Reference Guide at https://developer.authorize.net/api/reference/index.html by searching for "trialOccurrence" and "interval" and you may also locate our Support Center articles on Automated Recurring Billing related topics at https://support.authorize.net.
I take away from your question that you are wondering if you need to include the trialOccurrence count in the totalOccurrence count, although I'm not quite sure if I'm correct in this regard.
In our API Reference Guide, we document:
The interval identifier indicates the time between payments occurrences and is documented in our API Reference Guide as:
unit elements together define the interval in between payments. If specified in terms of days, the interval can be between seven (7) and 365 days. If specified in terms of months, the interval can be between one (1) and twelve (12) months.
I hope this information is helpful to you.
Hello Elaine M,
Thank you for replying.
I'm trying to set trial period. I'm not quiet sure way I'm doing this is correct.
Currently, I've following setting:
Interval.Length = 30;
Interval.Unit = ARBSubscriptionUnitEnum.days;
totalOccurrences = 9999; // ongoing
What should I set to make first 10 days as trial period ?
If I set trialOccurrences = 10 will this set trial period to 10 days ?