Data Connections

To view and manage the data connections from the Peacock Service Panel or Canary Service Panel, click Data Connections in the main navigation.



Your role permissions determine what actions you can take on this page:

  • Admin: View, add, edit, and delete data connections
  • Member: View data connections

Add a New Data Connection

If you're an Admin user in your Pagos organization, you can add as many data connections to your Pagos account as you need. To add a new data connection:

  1. Click Add Data Connection to open the Add New Data Connection side panel.
  2. Select your Provider from the drop-down menu. If you select Adyen, Stripe, or Braintree, Chase, PayPal, dLocal, Amex, or Worldpay, ensure you follow the steps outlined in our Connecting Your Payment Processors to Pagos guides.
  3. Create a Data Connection Name for your data connection.
  4. Fill out the remaining fields; what fields appear depends on the selected payment provider.
  5. Click Add Data Connection.

Edit a Data Connection

To make changes to an existing data connection:

  1. Click the data connection you want to edit.
  2. Click Edit Data Connection to open the Edit Data Connection side panel.
  3. Make changes to the existing fields, then click Updated Connection.

Adding a Merchant Account ID Alias

You can add aliases to the individual Merchant Account IDs under a data connection. This allows you to assign your own customizable naming structure to your Merchant Account IDs, which we'll then surface to you in data visualizations and filters, such as the Processor filter option in Peacock dashboards.

To add Merchant Account ID aliases:

  1. Click the data connection you want to edit.
  2. Click Edit Data Connection to open the Edit Data Connection side panel.
  3. Under Merchant Account ID Aliases, click the Merchant Account ID drop-down menu, then select the merchant account ID.
  4. Type the desired alias in the Alias text box, then click Add Tag.
  5. Repeat steps 3-4 to assign aliases to any other Merchant Account IDs under that data connection.
  6. Click Update Connections.

Delete a Data Connection



You can't undo a data connection deletion. When you remove a data connection from your Pagos account, we immediately remove all historical data from that source from each Pagos product you're subscribed to.

To remove a data connection and all associated data completely from your Pagos account:

  1. Click the data connection you want to delete.
  2. Click Delete Data Connection.
  3. In the confirmation box, click Delete.