Order Management Call Index
This Call Reference describes the elements and attributes for each Order Management call below.
The details in this Call Reference apply if you are developing applications with the Trading WSDL or Trading Schema (XSD) file, or if you are using one of the eBay SDKs. If you are using an SDK, note that there can be differences between the calls outlined in this reference and the calls in the SDK. For details, see eBay SDKs.
Please note that eBay also has REST-Based Selling APIs, including the for developers who prefer using REST APIs.
For the original alphabetical Call Index page, go here.
|GetOrders||Retrieves the orders for which the authenticated user is a participant, either as the buyer or the seller.||view|
|GetOrderTransactions||Use this call to retrieve information about one or more orders based on Order IDs, Item IDs, or SKU values.||view|
|GetItemTransactions||Retrieves order line item information for a specified ItemID.||view|
|GetSellerTransactions||Retrieves order line item information for the user for which the call is made, and not for any other user.||view|
|CompleteSale||Enables a seller to do various tasks after the creation of an order.||view|
|ReviseCheckoutStatus||A seller can use this call to update the payment details, the shipping details, and the status of an order.||view|
|AddOrder||Combines two or more order line items into a single order, enabling a buyer to pay for all of those order line items with a single payment.||view|
|SendInvoice||Enables a seller to send an order invoice to a buyer.||view|
|Note: If you prefer REST-Based APIs, consider using or switching to the Fulfillment API to retrieve, manage and fulfill orders.|
Standard Requester Credentials for Making Calls
The prototypes and tables do not include the RequesterCredentials container and fields. For example, the input sections do not include eBayAuthToken. For information about authenticating requests, please refer to the guide for the API or SDK you are using. If you are using the Trading API, pass the RequesterCredentials node in the request XML as in the snippet below for most XML requests (exceptions are FetchToken and GetSessionID). In SOAP requests, pass the token and the RequesterCredentials in the SOAP header. See Standard Data for All Calls for fuller examples and information, including a SOAP example.
<RequesterCredentials> <eBayAuthToken>string</eBayAuthToken> </RequesterCredentials>