Background: I am sharing an entitlement across the App Store, Play Store and Stripe. Currently there is a single entitlement but I want to be able to add additional products and entitlements in the future.
For my current issue:
Entitlement identifier: “standard” is associated with 3 products (one on each platform)
Offering identifier: “default” has one package “Monthly” which points to the same 3 products
Products (3 of them) have unique identifiers (for example): ios_id, play_id and stripe_id
Situation: A user buys a subscription in Stripe and I want to know if they have the same entitlement when I look at customerInfo in the App store or the Play store.
Platform: React Native
SDK: "react-native-purchases": "^5.4.0"
When I call Purchases.getOfferings(). I receive only the offerings for the platform I am on. Example on the App store the availablePackages array only contains the product I have associated with the App store: ios_id (which I would expect). With the package identifier as “$rc_monthly” and the offeringIdentifier as “default”
When I look at customerInfo for the user that purchased this entitlement on Stripe it returns the active entitlement but of course uses the Stripe product identifier: stripe_id. It gives me the entitlement identifier “standard”
Question: How do I determine that stripe_id and ios_id share the same entitlement?
I think a bad answer would be: Keep your product IDs in sync across the 3 platforms. This is very fragile and seems to work against the whole concept of entitlements. Entitlements are configured to capture this relationship
If there is some call I overlooked that has this relationship then that would be awesome.
In the absence of “all related products” coming in the entitlement object I was looking for a way to get ALL the product ids associated with a package or an entitlement but could not find it.
Thanks for reading and hopefully pointing me in the right direction.
Best answer by kaitlinView original