eBay Post-Order APIVersion 2.7.2
 

CancelActivityHistory

This type is used to provide activity history on the order cancellation request returned in a GET /post-order/v2/cancellation/{cancelId} response. The activity history of an order cancellation request will be returned unless the fieldgroups query parameter is used and set to SUMMARY activityHistories.

Type that uses CancelActivityHistory:

Call that uses CancelActivityHistory:

Fields



actionDate ( DateTime ) [0..?]
The timestamp in this container provides the date and time when the order cancellation request activity occurred.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use actionDate.

activityParty ( PartyEnum ) [0..?]
This enumeration value indicates the party (buyer or seller) who performed the action on the order cancellation request.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use activityParty.

activityType ( string ) [0..?]
This enumeration value indicates the type of event or action that occurred with the order cancellation request.

The list of enumeration values that may be returned in this field are defined in the CancelActivityTypeEnum type definition.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use activityType.

stateFrom ( string ) [0..?]
This enumeration value indicates the state of the order cancellation request prior to the performed action (defined in the activityType field).

The list of enumeration values that may be returned in this field are defined in the CancelStateEnum type definition.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use stateFrom.

stateTo ( string ) [0..?]
This enumeration value indicates state of the order cancellation request following the performed action (defined in the activityType field). Depending on the type of activity, the state of the order cancellation process might not change, so it is possible that the stateTo value may be the same as the stateFrom value.

The list of enumeration values that may be returned in this field are defined in the CancelStateEnum type definition.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use stateTo.