eBay Resolution Case Management APIVersion 1.3.0

EBPCaseResponseHistoryType

Type that defines the responseHistory container. A responseHistory node is returned for each activity that has occurred with the case, and each node contains the type of activity, the timestamp for the activity, the initiator of the activity, and any notes related to the case. Additionally, if the activity is related to a case appeal, a money movement transaction, or a hold put on a case, a caseDetail.responseHistory.attributes container is returned providing more information on these activities.

Type that uses EBPCaseResponseHistoryType:

Call that uses EBPCaseResponseHistoryType:

Fields



activity ( token ) [0..1]
The type of activity or response made on the case by a buyer, a seller, or eBay. THIS FIELD IS IN THE PROCESS OF BEING DEPRECATED. TO REFERENCE THE CASE ACTIVITY, VIEW THE activityDetail CONTAINER INSTEAD.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use activity.

activityDetail ( ActivityDetailType ) [1]
This container consists of the code value and description of the case activity. This field can be considered an alternative to the activity field.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use activityDetail.

Container consisting of three possible child fields to indicate if there is a money movement transaction or an appeal associated with case activity, or if the case has been put on hold. This field is always returned but sometimes as an empty field (no children).
See the Field Index to learn which calls use attributes.

author ( CaseUserType ) [1]
Container that identifies the user who initiated the activity. The container includes the author's role (either buyer, seller, or eBay) and the eBay user ID if the author (initiator of the activity) is a buyer or seller.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use author.

creationDate ( dateTime ) [1]
Timestamp indicating the date and time of the case activity or response.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use creationDate.

note ( string ) [0..1]
This field is returned if a note was created to accompany the activity or response.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use note.