eBay Trading APIVersion 1203


Type defining the VATRateType container, which is used by GetSellingManagerSaleRecord if Value-Added Tax has been applied to the order line item.

Type that uses VATRateType:

Call that uses VATRateType:


ItemID ( ItemIDType (string) ) [0..1]
Unique identifier for an eBay listing. A listing can have multiple order line items (transactions), but only one ItemID.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use ItemID.

OrderLineItemID ( string ) [0..1]
OrderLineItemID is a unique identifier for an eBay order line item.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use OrderLineItemID.

TransactionID ( string ) [0..1]
Unique identifier for an eBay sales transaction. This identifier is created once there is a commitment from a buyer to purchase an item. Along with its corresponding ItemID, a TransactionID is used and referenced during an order checkout flow and after checkout has been completed.

The TransactionID value for auction listings is always 0 since there can be only one winning bidder/one sale for an auction listing.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use TransactionID.

VATPercent ( float ) [0..1]
The VAT (Value-Added Tax) rate for the order line item. When the VATPercent is specified, the item's VAT information appears on the item's listing page. In addition, the seller can choose to print an invoice that includes the item's net price, VAT percent, VAT amount, and total price. Since VAT rates vary depending on the item and on the user's country of residence, a seller is responsible for entering the correct VAT rate; it is not calculated by eBay. To specify a VATPercent, a seller must have a VAT-ID registered with eBay and must be listing the item on a VAT-enabled site. Max applicable length is 6 characters, including the decimal (e.g., 12.345). The scale is 3 decimal places. (If you pass in 12.3456, eBay may round up the value to 12.346.) Note: The View Item page may display the precision to 2 decimal places with no trailing zeros. However, the full value you send in is stored.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use VATPercent.