Adjust authorized amount
Adjust authorized amount. This is only possible if
authorizationType was set to
ESTIMATED when the payment was created, and the mechanism is supported by the payment method.
The final amount you would like to charge the customer, in minor units. e.g. for $7, use
Some currencies, such as Japanese Yen, do not have minor units. In this case you should use the value as it is, without any formatting. For example for ¥100, use
If the amount is provided on this level, it would override any amount calculated from the provided line items, shipping and other amounts.
The unique payment ID.
You can use this ID to retrieve the payment details, or perform downstream operations.
See the payment status table for more information.
The 3-letter currency code in ISO 4217 format.
USD for US dollars.
Additional data to be used throughout the payment lifecycle.
The payment method options provided in the request, as well as the token used to process the payment.
More information associated with the payment processor, including the processor name.
Required action to perform in order to resume the payment workflow. This can be requiring a 3DS check from the customer for instance.
Check this field for more information regarding the payment's status. This is especially useful when the status is
A list summarizing the transactions that occurred while processing the payment.
Note: a refund is a separate transaction and so will appear in this
transactions list if a refund was performed.