The Transaction object refers to the JSON structure that contains most of the information that you need to send to the API.
The object also contains a number of arrays or sub-objects that you can use to represent the following business entities:
- Transaction details per line item
- Tax information
|An identifier for the purchase, to be displayed on the invoice if it is required.|
|Specifies any custom data that you want to add to the transaction.|
|The buyer's name. It can be the first name, last name or company name.|
|The ISO currency code for the transaction. For example |
|Date and time of the last transaction update.|
|Add a note to the transaction.|
|See Transaction Lines Object.|
|The tax number used by the buyer. For example, the EU VAT number.|
You can use this field to provide the country code, if that is part of the number. For example, IE1234567X.
You can also use the
If a value is entered in the both fields, the country code value in the
|Custom fields, stored as key-value pairs. This property is not processed.|
|A unique, external ID. We advise you to use secure and random identifiers in this field.|
|See Voucher Object Fields.|
|A free-form field where you can add an identifier that corresponds to the identifier used in your system.|
|Additional information about the transaction. For example, you can note if the evidence has been amended.|
|The Buyer's email address. You can use this field when the address needs to be captured for further processing, such as invoice delivery.|
|The time when the tax liability is created.|
Tax point date is used to find out the correct tax and currency exchange rates. It appears on the invoice too.
It is returned in the following format:
|Custom identifier provided upon transaction creation.|
|See Configuring Addresses.|
|The moment the invoice has been issued.|
This field is used on the invoice document.
Updated 5 months ago