eBay Trading APIVersion 1119

OrderType

This type is used to express the details of an order. An order may contain one or more line items (purchases) from the same buyer. Regardless of how many line items an order has, only one payment is made for the order.

The GetOrders and GetOrderTransactions calls return many of the fields of this type.

The GetItemTransactions and GetSellerTransactions calls will only return order-level details if the IncludeContainingOrder boolean field is included in the call request and set to true.

The AddOrder call is used to combine two or more unpaid order line items (between the same seller and buyer) into a 'Combined Invoice' order. While combining these order line items into one 'Combined Invoice' order, the seller can make adjustments to accepted payment methods, shipping details (including costs), and the total cost of the order. Sometimes, sellers will reduce the cost of shipping if one or more order line items can be shipped together in the same package.

The GetMyeBaySelling call returns order details if the seller wishes to view listings that have sold, and the GetMyeBayBuying call returns order details if the buyer wishes to view items they have won or purchased.

Types that use OrderType:

Calls that use OrderType:

Fields

RefundArray ( RefundArrayType )


AdjustmentAmount ( AmountType (double) ) [0..1]
This value indicates the dollar amount by which the buyer has adjusted the order total. Adjustments to order costs may include shipping and handling, buyer discounts, or added services. A positive amount indicates the amount is an extra charge being paid to the seller by the buyer. A negative value indicates this amount is a credit given to the buyer by the seller.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use AdjustmentAmount.

AmountPaid ( AmountType (double) ) [0..1]
This value indicates the total amount paid by the buyer for the order. This amount includes the sale price of each line item, shipping and handling charges, additional services, and any applied sales tax. This value is only returned after the buyer has paid for the order.

Note: The amount in this field will not include any Australia import tax charged to the buyer for one or more order line items. Australia import tax is only applicable to the Australia site.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use AmountPaid.

AmountSaved ( AmountType (double) ) [0..1]
This value indicates the amount that the buyer saved on the order due to any discounts (item, shipping, promotional) applied to the purchase, or if the seller 'manually' reduced the order total. This field is always returned even when it is '0.0'.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use AmountSaved.

BundlePurchase ( boolean ) [0..1]
Not used by any call.

Reserved for future use.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use BundlePurchase.

BuyerCheckoutMessage ( string ) [0..1]
This field is returned if the buyer left a message for the seller during checkout.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use BuyerCheckoutMessage.

BuyerPackageEnclosures ( BuyerPackageEnclosuresType ) [0..1]
This container is returned in GetOrders (and other order management calls) if the 'Pay Upon Invoice' option is being offered to the buyer, and the seller is including payment instructions in the shipping package(s) for the order. The 'Pay Upon Invoice' option is only available on the Germany site.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use BuyerPackageEnclosures.

BuyerTaxIdentifier ( TaxIdentifierType ) [0..*]
This container consists of taxpayer identification for the buyer. Although this container may be used for other purposes at a later date, it is currently used by sellers selling on the Italy or Spain site to retrieve the taxpayer ID of the buyer.

It is now required that buyers registered on the Italy site provide their Codice Fiscale ID (similar to the Social Security Number for US citizens) before buying an item on the Italy site.

On the Spain site, a Spanish seller has the option to require that Spanish buyers (registered on Spain site) provide a tax ID before checkout. This option is set by the seller at the account level. Once a Spanish buyer provides a tax ID, this tax ID is associated with his/her account, and once a tax ID is associated with the account, Spanish buyer will be asked to provide the tax ID during checkout on all eBay sites. Buyers with a registered address outside of Spain will not be asked to provide a tax ID during checkout.

This container is only returned for Spanish or Italian sellers when the buyer was asked to provide tax identifier information during checkout. A BuyerTaxIdentifier container will be returned for each tax ID that is associated with the buyer's account.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use BuyerTaxIdentifier.

BuyerUserID ( UserIDType (string) ) [0..1]
The eBay user ID of the order's buyer.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use BuyerUserID.

CancelDetail ( CancelDetailType ) [0..*]
This container consists of details related to an eBay order that has been cancelled or is in the process of possibly being cancelled. Order cancellation requests can be viewed and managed with the cancellation API calls that are available in the Post Order API.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use CancelDetail.

CancelReason ( token ) [0..1]
This value indicates the reason why the order cancellation was initiated. This field is only returned if an order cancellation has been initiated by the buyer or seller. Typical buyer-initiated cancellation reasons include 'OrderPlacedByMistake', 'WontArriveInTime', or 'FoundCheaperPrice'. Sellers may initiate an order cancellation on behalf of the buyer. In this scenario, the seller should state the cancellation reason as 'BuyerCancelOrder'. If the seller is cancelling an order because he/she is out of stock on an item, the seller should state the cancellation reason as 'OutOfStock'. Unfortunately, in this scenario, the seller will receive a seller defect for this cancellation reason. See CancelReasonCodeType for the complete list of enumeration values that can be returned in this field.

Note: Currently, the CancelReason field is being returned under the Order container and under the CancelDetail container. However, there are plans to deprecate this field from OrderType in the future.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use CancelReason.

CancelReasonDetails ( string ) [0..1]
The detailed reason for the cancellation of an eBay order. This field is only returned if it is available when a cancellation request has been made on the order, or if the order is currently going through the cancellation process, or if the order has already been cancelled.

Note: Currently, the CancelReasonDetails field is being returned under the Order container and under the CancelDetail container. However, there are plans to deprecate this field from OrderType in the future.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use CancelReasonDetails.

CancelStatus ( CancelStatusCodeType ) [0..1]
The current status for the order cancellation request (if it exists for the order). This field is only returned if a cancellation request has been made on the order, or if the order is currently going through the cancellation process, or if the order has already been cancelled.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use CancelStatus.

CheckoutStatus ( CheckoutStatusType ) [0..1]
This container indicates the current status of the order, including a timestamp that indicates the last time that the status of the order changed. For orders that have been paid for, the Status value will show as Complete.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use CheckoutStatus.

ContainseBayPlusTransaction ( boolean ) [0..1]
If true, the order contains a transaction for an item that was purchased under the eBay Plus program. eBay Plus is a premium account option for buyers, which provides benefits such as fast free domestic shipping and free returns on selected items. Top-Rated eBay sellers must opt in to eBay Plus to be able offer the program on qualifying listings. Sellers must commit to next-day delivery of those items.

Note: Currently, eBay Plus is available only to buyers in Germany, Austria, and Australia.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use ContainseBayPlusTransaction.

CreatedTime ( dateTime ) [0..1]
Timestamp that indicates the date and time that the order was created.

Note: For single line item orders, this timestamp value is often the same as the CreatedDate field in the corresponding Transaction container.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use CreatedTime.

CreatingUserRole ( TradingRoleCodeType ) [0..1]
This value indicates whether a 'Combined Invoice' order was initiated/created by the buyer or by the seller. This field is only returned for Combined Invoice orders.

An AddOrder call can be used by a seller or buyer to combine two or more unpaid order line items into a 'Combined Invoice' order. Once two or more line items are successfully combined into one order, the buyer only needs to make one payment (instead of multiple payments - one for each order line item). The CreatingUserRole field is required in the AddOrder call request.

Note: Except for listings that required immediate payment, buyers also may have the opportunity to combine multiple line items (from the same seller) into a 'Combined Invoice' order through the buy/checkout flow. This may include accepted Best Offers or auctions that the buyer wins.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use CreatingUserRole.

eBayCollectAndRemitTax ( boolean ) [0..1]
This boolean field is returned as true if one or more line items in the order are subject to a tax (US sales tax or Australian Goods and Services tax) that eBay will collect and remit to the proper taxing authority on the buyer's behalf. This field is also returned if false (not subject to eBay Collect and Remit). A Transaction.eBayCollectAndRemitTaxes container is returned for any order line items subject to such a tax, and the type and amount of this tax is displayed in the Transaction.eBayCollectAndRemitTaxes.TaxDetails container.

Australian 'Goods and Services' tax (GST) is automatically charged to buyers outside of Australia when they purchase items on the eBay Australia site. Sellers on the Australia site do not have to take any extra steps to enable the collection of GST, as this tax is collected by eBay and remitted to the Australian government. For more information about Australian GST, see the Taxes and import charges help topic.

As of July 1, 2019, buyers in 22 US states will automatically be charged sales tax for eBay purchases, and at least six more US states are scheduled to be subject to eBay Collect and Remit Tax by the end of 2019. eBay will collect and remit this sales tax to the proper taxing authority on the buyer's behalf. Sellers do not have to take any extra steps to enable the collection of this sales tax. If the seller is employing a Sales Tax Table for the listing, and a sales tax rate is established for a state that is subject to 'eBay Collect and Remit', this sales tax rate will be ignored by eBay. For a list of the US states that are or will become subject to 'eBay Collect and Remit Tax' (and effective dates), see the eBay sales tax collection help topic.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use eBayCollectAndRemitTax.

EIASToken ( string ) [0..1]
Unique identifier for the user that does not change when the eBay user name is changed. Use when an application needs to associate a new eBay user name with the corresponding eBay user.

Since a bidder's user info is anonymous, this tag will be returned only to that bidder, and to the seller of an item that the user is bidding on.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use EIASToken.

ExtendedOrderID ( string ) [0..1]
A unique identifier for an eBay order in the new eBay REST API model. ExtendedOrderID values will be used to identify orders in REST-based APIs, including the Post-Order API and the Fulfillment API.

For GetOrders, GetOrderTransactions, and GetItemTransactions only: If using Trading WSDL Version 1019 or above, this field will only be returned to the buyer or seller, and no longer returned at all to third parties. If using a Trading WSDL older than Version 1019, the correct Order ID is returned to the buyer or seller, but a dummy Order ID value of 1000000000000 will be returned to all third parties.

Note: As of June 2019, eBay has changed the format of order identifier values, and this new format is relevant to both legacy and REST API-based order ID fields. The new format is a non-parsable string, globally unique across all eBay marketplaces, and consistent for both single line item and multiple line item orders. Unlike in the past, instead of just being known and exposed to the seller, these unique order identifiers will also be known and used/referenced by the buyer and eBay customer support.

For developers and sellers who are already integrated with the Trading API's order management calls, this change shouldn't impact your integration unless you parse the existing order identifiers (e.g., OrderID or OrderLineItemID), or otherwise infer meaning from the format (e.g., differentiating between a single line item order versus a multiple line item order). Because we realize that some integrations may have logic that is dependent upon the old identifier format, eBay is rolling out this Trading API change with version control to support a transition period of approximately 9 months before applications must switch to the new format completely.

During the transition period, for developers/sellers using a Trading WSDL older than Version 1113, they can use the X-EBAY-API-COMPATIBILITY-LEVEL HTTP header in API calls to control whether the new or old OrderID format is returned in call response payloads. To get the new OrderID format, the value of the X-EBAY-API-COMPATIBILITY-LEVEL HTTP header must be set to 1113. During the transition period and even after, the new and old OrderID formats will still be supported/accepted in all Trading API call request payloads. After the transition period (which will be announced), only the new OrderID format will be returned in all Trading API call response payloads, regardless of the Trading WSDL version used or specified compatibility level.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use ExtendedOrderID.

ExternalTransaction ( ExternalTransactionType ) [0..*]
Container consisting of payment details for an eBay order, including an identifier for the monetary transaction and a field to express any fees or credits applied to the monetary transaction. This field is only returned after payment for the order has occurred.

Note: The MonetaryDetails container also shows payment information for the order. In the future, it is possible that the ExternalTransaction container will be deprecated, so you are encouraged to start using MonetaryDetails as soon as possible.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use ExternalTransaction.

IntegratedMerchantCreditCardEnabled ( boolean ) [0..1]
This field being returned with a value of true indicates that the order can be paid for with a credit card through the seller's payment gateway account.

Note: As of May 1, 2019, eBay no longer supports electronic payments through Integrated Merchant Credit Card accounts. To accept online credit card payments from buyers, a seller must specify PayPal as an accepted payment method, or opt in to eBay Managed Payments program (if the program is available to that seller).
See the Field Index to learn which calls use IntegratedMerchantCreditCardEnabled.

IsMultiLegShipping ( boolean ) [0..1]
If IsMultilegShipping is true, at least one order line item in the order will use the Global Shipping Program (GSP) to ship internationally. With GSP, the shipment has a domestic leg and an international leg. In the domestic leg, the seller ships the item to eBay's shipping partner. This shipping address can be found in the MultiLegShippingDetails.SellerShipmentToLogisticsProvider.ShipToAddress container. eBay's shipping partner will be responsible for the international leg of the shipment and the order's final destination.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use IsMultiLegShipping.

LogisticsPlanType ( token ) [0..1]
This field will be returned at the order level only if the buyer purchased a digital gift card, which is delivered by email, or if the buyer purchased an item that is enabled with the 'Click and Collect' feature.

Currently, LogisticsPlanType has two applicable values: PickUpDropOff, which indicates that the buyer selected the 'Click and Collect' option. With Click and Collect, buyers are able to purchase from thousands of sellers on the eBay UK and Australia sites, and then pick up their order from the nearest 'eBay Collection Point', including over 750 Argos stores in the UK. The Click and Collect feature is only available on the eBay UK and Australia sites; or, DigitalDelivery, which indicates that the order is a digital gift card that will be delivered to the buyer or recipient of the gift card by email.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use LogisticsPlanType.

MonetaryDetails ( PaymentsInformationType ) [0..1]
Contains information about each monetary transaction that occurs for the order, including order payment, any refund, a credit, etc. Both the payer and payee are shown in this container.

Note: MonetaryDetails can already be used instead of the older ExternalTransaction container, and the ExternalTransaction container may eventually get deprecated. Due to this possibility, you are encouraged to start using MonetaryDetails as soon as it is convenient.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use MonetaryDetails.

MultiLegShippingDetails ( MultiLegShippingDetailsType ) [0..1]
This container consists of details about the domestic leg of a Global Shipping Program (GSP) shipment. With GSP, the shipment has a domestic leg and an international leg. In the domestic leg, the seller ships the item to eBay's shipping partner.

This container is only returned if the order has one or more order line items that require shipping through GSP. It is not returned if IsMultilegShipping is false.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use MultiLegShippingDetails.

OrderID ( OrderIDType (string) ) [0..1]
A unique identifier for a single or multiple line item eBay order. In the ContainingOrder container of a GetItemTransactions or GetSellerTransactions response, this identifier identifies the parent order of the order line item. A single buyer payment is made for each order.

For order management calls only: This field is returned with the correct order ID only to the buyer, the seller, and PayPal (if PayPal is the payment method). For third parties (except PayPal):
  • If using a Trading WSDL older than version 1019, the Order ID will be returned to third parties as dummy data in the form of 1000000000000 or 1000000000000-1000000000000.
  • If using Trading WSDL version 1019 or newer, the Order ID will be returned to third parties as an empty field (<OrderID/>).

Note: As of June 2019, eBay has changed the format of order identifier values. The new format is a non-parsable string, globally unique across all eBay marketplaces, and consistent for both single line item and multiple line item orders. Unlike in the past, instead of just being known and exposed to the seller, these unique order identifiers will also be known and used/referenced by the buyer and eBay customer support.

For developers and sellers who are already integrated with the Trading API's order management calls, this change shouldn't impact your integration unless you parse the existing order identifiers (e.g., OrderID or OrderLineItemID), or otherwise infer meaning from the format (e.g., differentiating between a single line item order versus a multiple line item order). Because we realize that some integrations may have logic that is dependent upon the old identifier format, eBay is rolling out this Trading API change with version control to support a transition period of approximately 9 months before applications must switch to the new format completely.

During the transition period, for developers/sellers using a Trading WSDL older than Version 1113, they can use the X-EBAY-API-COMPATIBILITY-LEVEL HTTP header in API calls to control whether the new or old OrderID format is returned in call response payloads. To get the new OrderID format, the value of the X-EBAY-API-COMPATIBILITY-LEVEL HTTP header must be set to 1113. During the transition period and even after, the new and old OrderID formats will still be supported/accepted in all Trading API call request payloads. After the transition period (which will be announced), only the new OrderID format will be returned in all Trading API call response payloads, regardless of the Trading WSDL version used or specified compatibility level.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use OrderID.

OrderLineItemCount ( long ) [0..1]
This field indicates the total number of line items in the order. This field is returned under the ContainingOrder container of a GetItemTransactions or GetSellerTransactions call. In order for the ContainingOrder container to be returned, a user must include the IncludeContainingOrder field in the call request and set its value to true.

Note: This field is automatically returned if the user is using Version 1113 of the Trading WSDL (or newer, as versions roll out). If the user is using Versions 1107 or 1111 of the Trading WSDL, this field will only be returned if the user includes the X-EBAY-API-COMPATIBILITY-LEVEL HTTP header and sets its value to 1113. If a user is using a Trading WSDL older than 1107, this field will not be returned.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use OrderLineItemCount.

OrderStatus ( OrderStatusCodeType ) [0..1]
This enumeration value indicates the current status of the order.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use OrderStatus.

PaidTime ( dateTime ) [0..1]
Timestamp indicating the date and time of order payment. This field is not returned until payment has been made by the buyer.

This time is specified in GMT (not Pacific time). See eBay Features Guide for information about converting between GMT and other time zones.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use PaidTime.

PaymentHoldDetails ( PaymentHoldDetailType ) [0..1]
This container consists of information related to the payment hold on the order, including the reason why the buyer's payment for the order is being held, the expected release date of the funds into the seller's account, and possible action(s) the seller can take to expedite the payout of funds into their account. This container is only returned if a payment hold has placed on the order.

See PaymentHoldReasonCodeType for some details on why/when a seller's funds may be held, or visit the Pending payments help topic for more information on eBay's payment hold policies.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use PaymentHoldDetails.

PaymentHoldStatus ( PaymentHoldStatusCodeType ) [0..1]
This field indicates the type and/or status of a payment hold on the item. It is always returned for GetOrders and GetOrderTransactions, even if there are no payment holds (in which case, an enumeration value of None is shown).
See the Field Index to learn which calls use PaymentHoldStatus.

PaymentMethods ( BuyerPaymentMethodCodeType ) [0..*]
A PaymentMethods field will appear for each payment method available to the buyer for the order's purchase. However, once the buyer pays for the order, any and all of these PaymentMethods fields will stop being returned, and instead, the actual payment method used will be returned in the PaymentMethod field of the CheckoutStatus container.

In an AddOrder call, the seller can use one or more PaymentMethods fields to override whatever available payment methods were already defined for each individual line item. For sellers opted in to eBay Managed Payments, only the CreditCard enumeration value should be passed into this field or the call may fail.

Note: For sellers opted in to the new eBay Managed Payments program, the enumeration value returned in this field will be CreditCard, regardless of which payment method that the buyer used (or is planning to use).

Similarly, for an AddOrder call, a seller opted in to eBay Managed Payments should only pass a value of CreditCard into this field.

eBay Managed Payments is currently only available to a limited number of sellers on the US site. For sellers in the eBay Managed Payments program, a payment method does not need to be specified at listing/checkout time.

Note: As of May 1, 2019, eBay no longer supports electronic payments through a seller's Integrated Merchant Credit Card account. To accept online credit card payments from buyers, a seller must either specify PayPal as an accepted payment method, or opt in to the eBay Managed Payments program. If IMCC is passed in as a value, this value will be ignored and dropped (and listing will possibly get blocked if IMCC is the only specified payment method).
See the Field Index to learn which calls use PaymentMethods.

PickupDetails ( PickupDetailsType ) [0..1]
Container consisting of an array of PickupOptions containers. Each PickupOptions container consists of the pickup method and its priority. The priority of each pickup method controls the order (relative to other pickup methods) in which the corresponding pickup method will appear in the View Item and Checkout page.

For GetOrders and GetOrderTransactions, this container is always returned prior to order payment if the seller created/revised/relisted the item with the EligibleForPickupInStore and/or EligibleForPickupDropOff flag in the call request set to 'true'. If and when the In-Store pickup method (US only) or 'Click and Collect' pickup method (UK and Australia only) is selected by the buyer and payment for the order is made, this container will no longer be returned in the response, and will essentially be replaced by the PickupMethodSelected container.

Note: A seller must be eligible for the In-Store Pickup feature or Click and Collect feature to list an item that is eligible for In-Store Pickup or Click and Collect. At this time, the In-Store Pickup and Click and Collect features are generally only available to large retail merchants, and can only be applied to multiple-quantity, fixed-price listings.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use PickupDetails.

PickupMethodSelected ( PickupMethodSelectedType ) [0..1]
Container consisting of details related to the selected pickup method, including the pickup method type, the merchant's store ID, the status of the pickup, and the pickup reference code (if provided by merchant).

This container is only returned when the buyer has selected the In-Store Pickup or Click and Collect option and has paid for the order. All fields in the PickupMethodSelected container are static, except for the PickupStatus field, which can change states based on the notifications that a merchant sends to eBay through the Inbound Notifications API.

Note: A seller must be eligible for the In-Store Pickup or Click and Collect feature to list an item that is eligible for these features. At this time, the In-Store Pickup and Click and Collect features are generally only available to large retail merchants, and can only be applied to multiple-quantity, fixed-price listings.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use PickupMethodSelected.

RefundAmount ( AmountType (double) ) [0..1]
The amount of the refund due to, or already issued to the buyer for the order. This field is only returned in GetMyeBaySelling if a buyer refund is due, or was issued for the order.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use RefundAmount.

RefundArray ( RefundArrayType ) [0..1]
Not used by any call.

Note: This container was only used for Half.com orders, and since the Half.com site was taken down, this container is no longer applicable.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use RefundArray.

RefundStatus ( string ) [0..1]
This string value indicates the result of a seller's refund to the buyer. Its value are 'Success', 'Failure' or 'Pending'. This field is only returned in GetMyeBaySelling if the buyer has received a refund from the seller, or is due to receive a refund.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use RefundStatus.

SellerEIASToken ( string ) [0..1]
This is a unique identifier for the seller that does not change when the eBay user name is changed. This is useful when an application needs to associate a new eBay user name with the corresponding eBay user.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use SellerEIASToken.

SellerEmail ( string ) [0..1]
The email address of the seller involved in the order. The email address of the seller is only returned if it is the same seller making the call.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use SellerEmail.

SellerUserID ( UserIDType (string) ) [0..1]
This is the eBay user ID of the order's seller.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use SellerUserID.

ShippedTime ( dateTime ) [0..1]
Timestamp indicating the date and time of order shipment. This field is not returned until shipment tracking is provided for all line items in the order, or if the order has been marked as 'shipped' by the seller.

This time is specified in GMT (not Pacific time). See eBay Features Guide for information about converting between GMT and other time zones.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use ShippedTime.

ShippingAddress ( AddressType ) [0..1]
Container holding the shipping address of the buyer involved in the order.

Note: For GetOrderTransactions, the buyer's shipping address may also be returned at the order line item level in the Transaction.Buyer.BuyerInfo.ShippingAddress container.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use ShippingAddress.

ShippingConvenienceCharge ( AmountType (double) ) [0..1]
Not used by any call.

Note: This field is no longer applicable/used. It was previously used for eBay Now and 'eBay On Demand Delivery' orders - two features that have been deprecated.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use ShippingConvenienceCharge.

ShippingDetails ( ShippingDetailsType ) [0..1]
Container consisting of order-level shipping details. More shipping-related details can be found at the line item level for each line item in the order.

In an AddOrder call, the seller can use the ShippingDetails container to make adjustments to shipping details, including the available shipping service options and shipping cost. Sometimes, sellers will reduce the cost of shipping if one or more order line items can be shipped together in the same package.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use ShippingDetails.

ShippingServiceSelected ( ShippingServiceOptionsType ) [0..1]
Container consisting of details about the domestic or international shipping service selected by the buyer for delivery of the order. Note that more shipping service information may be returned at the order line item level in the Transaction.ShippingServiceSelected container.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use ShippingServiceSelected.

Subtotal ( AmountType (double) ) [0..1]
The cumulative item cost for all line items in the order. This value does not take into account any shipping/handling costs, sales tax costs, or any discounts. For a single line item order, the amount in this field should be the same as the amount in the Transaction.TransactionPrice field. For a multiple line item order, the amount in this field should equal the cumulative amount of each Transaction.TransactionPrice fields for each order line item.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use Subtotal.

Total ( AmountType (double) ) [0..1]
The Total amount shows the total cost for the order, including total item cost (shown in Subtotal field), shipping charges (shown in ShippingServiceSelected.ShippingServiceCost field), and sales tax (shown in SalesTax.SalesTaxAmount field).

In an AddOrder call, the seller can pass in the Total amount for the 'Combined Invoice' order, and this is what the buyer will be expected to pay for the order.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use Total.

TransactionArray ( TransactionArrayType ) [0..1]
Container consisting of one or more line items that comprise an order. The data for each order line item in the order is stored in a separate Transaction container.

Under the TransactionArray container in an AddOrder call, a seller or buyer specifies two or more (up to 40) order line items into a 'Combined Invoice' order.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use TransactionArray.