If the sale is partially or fully refunded and it qualifies for a tax refund from the tax authority, relevant information needs to be sent back to the API.
|Refund tax amount.
|The total amount that is to be refunded for a full refund.
|Refund note URL.
|The amount for a partial refund. Used if no value is specified in the
|Sequential refund note number.
|Sequential refund note subnumber.
|Response-only field. For more information, see Inactive and Response-Only Fields.
|The time that the refund is issued. The format is
The default value is the merchant's timezone.
The value is used in the invoice and to apply currency conversions.
|Refund unique reference per line.
|List of fees calculated for this refund. See Refund Fees section below.
|Indicates whether the refund amount has been trimmed or not. The value can be
|Free text used to specify a reason for the refund.
|3-letter ISO currency code.
|Amount in designated currency.
|Foreign exchange rate used in calculation
|The date that is used to generate the rate when the currency is converted for the refund.
This defaults to the transaction's order date.
|The institution that supplied the rate used for the currency conversion.
|The seller code for which the fee applies.
|Choose of the following types:
amount-fee: Use this if you want the fee to be calculated based on the amounts.
tax-fee: Use this value if you want to denote a tax amount that needs to be treated as a fee, (where the tax liability is the seller's).
|The tax rule that was applied.
This decides what type of fee is applied in the
|A unique key that you can use to identify the transaction.
|The key used to identify the keys of related fees.
Updated 11 months ago