This call enables a seller to send an order invoice to a buyer. Optionally, and when applicable, this call can also be used to update the shipping service options available for shipment, to provide payment or checkout instructions to the buyer, to make a cost adjustment for the order/order line item, or to provide one or more offline payment methods (for orders where offline payment is an option).
This field allows the seller to adjust the total cost of the order to account for an extra charge or to pass down a discount to the buyer.
The currency used in this field must be the same currency of the listing site. A positive value in this field indicates that the amount is an extra charge being paid to the seller by the buyer, and a negative value indicates that the amount is a discount given to the buyer by the seller.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use AdjustmentAmount.
If the buyer has an international shipping address, use this container to offer up to four international shipping service options (or five if one of the shipping service options is Global Shipping Program or eBay International Shipping). If one or more international shipping service options are offered through this container, the (domestic) ShippingServiceOptions container should not be included in the same request.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use InternationalShippingServiceOptions.
Unique identifier of the eBay listing. Unless OrderID or OrderLineItemID is provided in the request, the ItemID value (or SKU value) is conditionally required and must be paired with the corresponding TransactionID value to identify an order line item. For a multiple line item order, OrderID should be used.
A unique identifier that identifies a single line item or multiple line item order.
Unless the ItemID value (or SKU value) and corresponding TransactionID value, or the OrderLineItemID value is provided in the request to identify a single line item order, the OrderID value must be specified. If OrderID value is specified, OrderLineItemID, ItemID, TransactionID, and SKU fields are ignored if present in the same request.
Note: Note that the unique identifier of a 'non-immediate payment' order will change as it goes from an unpaid order to a paid order. Due to this scenario, all Trading API calls that accept Order ID values as filters in the request payload will support the identifiers for both unpaid and paid orders.
Sellers can check to see if an order has been paid by looking for a value of Complete in the CheckoutStatus.Status field in the response of GetOrders call, or in the Status.CompleteStatus field in the response of GetItemTransactions or GetSellerTransactions call. Sellers should not fulfill orders until buyer has made payment.
A unique identifier for an eBay order line item. This identifier is created as soon as there is a commitment to buy (bidder wins the auction, buyer clicks buy button, or buyer purchases item through PlaceOffer call).
Unless the ItemID (or SKU) and corresponding TransactionID is used to identify a single line item order, or the OrderID is used to identify a single or multiple line item order, the OrderLineItemID must be specified. For a multiple line item order, OrderID should be used. If OrderLineItemID is specified, ItemID, TransactionID, and SKU are ignored if present in the same request.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use OrderLineItemID.
This field should only be used if the seller needs to add one or more offline payment options for an order that requires/supports offline payment. A seller should not submit any online payment methods here since eBay now controls the available online payment options that are available to buyers, and not the seller.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use PaymentMethods.
This container is used if the seller wishes to apply sales tax to the order if the buyer lives in a state/jurisdiction where sales tax is not already collected automatically by eBay and remitted to the tax authority. The amount of sales tax applied to the order is dependent on the sales tax rate in the buyer's state and whether sales tax is being applied to the cost of the order only or the cost of the order plus shipping and handling.
Note: Buyers in all 50 US states and DC are automatically charged sales tax for eBay purchases, and eBay collects and remits this sales tax to the proper taxing authority on the buyer's behalf. Because of this, if a sales tax percentage rate is applied to a listing by a seller in one of these states, this field will be ignored during the checkout process.
Currently, sales tax percentage rates can only be specified by sellers in Canada and 5 US territories, including American Samoa (AS), Guam (GU), Northern Mariana Islands (MP), Palau (PW), and Virgin Islands (VI).
If the buyer has a domestic shipping address, use this container to offer up to four domestic shipping service options. If one or more domestic shipping service options are offered through this container, the InternationalShippingServiceOptions container should not be included in the same request.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use ShippingServiceOptions.
The seller's unique identifier for an item that is being tracked by this SKU. If OrderID or OrderLineItemID are not provided, both SKU (or ItemID) and corresponding TransactionID must be provided to uniquely identify a single line item order. For a multiple line item order, OrderID must be used.
This field should only be used if the Item.InventoryTrackingMethod field (set with the AddFixedPriceItem or RelistFixedPriceItem calls) is set to SKU.
Unique identifier for an eBay sales transaction. This identifier is created once there is a commitment from a buyer to purchase an item. Since an auction listing can only have one sales transaction during the duration of the listing, the TransactionID value for auction listings is always 0. Unless OrderID or OrderLineItemID is provided in the request, the TransactionID value is required and must be paired with the corresponding ItemID value to identify an order line item. For a multiple line item order, OrderID should be used.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use TransactionID.