eBay Post-Order APIVersion 2.6

ItemDetailType

This type is used by the itemDetail container that is returned in the POST /post-order/v2/return and GET /post-order/v2/return/{returnId} responses. This container consists of information about the item, including listing ID, order line item ID, price, transaction date, and quantity being returned.

Type that uses ItemDetailType:

Calls that use ItemDetailType:

Fields



ebayPlusTxn ( boolean ) [0..?]
If set to true, the transaction is an eBay Plus transaction, available on the EBAY_AU and EBAY_DE marketplaces.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use ebayPlusTxn.

itemId ( string ) [0..?]
The unique identifier for the eBay listing where the item was purchased. This field is used in conjunction with the transactionId field to identify a line item within an order.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use itemId.

listingSiteId ( integer ) [0..?]
This value indicates the unique eBay marketplace site ID.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use listingSiteId.

relistedItemId ( string ) [0..?]
This is the unique eBay-assigned listing ID of the returned item that has been newly relisted.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use relistedItemId.

relistStatus ( token ) [0..?]
The status of the seller's attempt to relist the item. The status can be either RELIST_ELIGIBLE, SUCCESS, or FAILED.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use relistStatus.

returnQuantity ( integer ) [0..?]
This integer value indicates the quantity of the line item being returned. This number is generally 1, unless the buyer bought multiple quantity of the line item in a multiple-quantity, fixed-price listing.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use returnQuantity.

transactionId ( string ) [0..?]
The unique identifier for the purchase of the item. This value is created right when the buyer is committed to buying the item, whether that buyer uses a 'Buy it Now' capability, is the winning bidder of an auction, or the buyer's Best Offer is accepted by the seller. This field is used in conjunction with the itemId field to identify a line item within an order.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use transactionId.