Returns an array of order line item data for the item specified in the request. The results can be used to create a report of data that is commonly necessary for order processing. Zero, one, or many Transaction objects can be returned in the TransactionArray. The set of order line items returned is limited to those that were modified between the times specified in the request's ModTimeFrom and ModTime filters. Also returns the Item object that spawned the order line items. If pagination filters were specified in the request, returns meta-data describing the effects of those filters on the current response and the estimated effects if the same filters are used in subsequent calls.
Data from the TransactionArray may be used to trigger the following Platform Notifications: EndOfAuction, AuctionCheckoutComplete, FixedPriceTransaction, CheckoutBuyerRequestsTotal, ItemMarkedShipped, and ItemMarkedPaid. Each notification will be based on the state of the item (a 'snapshot' of the item) at the time the order line item was created.
Indicates whether there are additional order line items to retrieve. That is, indicates whether more pages of data are available to be returned, given the filters that were specified in the request. Returns false for the last page of data.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use HasMoreTransactions.
Contains the total number of pages (TotalNumberOfPages) and the total number of entries (TotalNumberOfEntries) that could be returned given repeated calls that use the same selection criteria as the call that returned this response.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use PaginationResult.
Number of order line items retrieved in the current page of results just returned. May be a lower value than TransactionsPerPage if the page returned is the last page and more than one page of data exists.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use ReturnedTransactionCountActual.
List of Transaction objects representing the order line items resulting from the listing. Each Transaction object contains the data for one purchase (of one or more items in the same listing). The Transaction.Item field is not returned because the Item object is returned at the root level of the response. See the reference guide for more information about the fields that are returned. Note: The GetItemTransactions call does not support Multi-user account access. Transactions are only returned for the user that makes the call. You cannot use GetItemTransactions to return transactions for another user. The call succeeds but returns an empty <TransactionArray/>.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use TransactionArray.