eBay::API::XML::Call::GetSellerPayments inherits from the eBay::API::XML::BaseCall class



If many payments are available, you may need to call GetSellerPayments multiple times to retrieve all the data. Each result set is returned as a page of entries. Use this Pagination information to indicate the maximum number of entries to retrieve per page (i.e., per call), the page number to retrieve, and other data.

  RequiredInput: No
#    Argument: 'ns:PaginationType'


Filter to retrieve only items with the specified payment status (Paid or Pending). "Pending payments" are payments that has created but that have not yet been sent to the seller's financial institution. Pending payments are typically available once a buyer pays for an order. As processes payments by using periodic batch jobs, the GetSellerPayments response might not include a transaction's payment for up to 20 minutes after the buyer has paid. You can retrieve pending payments for the current pay period. Pending payments that have not been settled yet can also be retrieved for previous pay periods. "Paid payments" are payments that processed during previous pay periods. Paid payments might not appear in the seller's financial institution account balance until a certain number of days after the current pay period ends (see the online help for details). You can only retrieve paid payments for one previous pay period at a time.

  RequiredInput: Yes
  AllValuesExcept: Canceled
#    Argument: 'ns:RCSPaymentStatusCodeType'


Time range filter that retrieves payments that were created within a single pay period. Sellers can refer to the site to determine their pay periods. PaymentTimeFrom is the earliest (oldest) time and PaymentTimeTo is the latest (most recent) time in the range. pay periods start and end at midnight Pacific time, but the time values are stored in the database in GMT (not Pacific time). See "Time Values" in the eBay Web Services guide for information about converting between GMT and Pacific time. <br> <br> If you specify a PaymentStatus of Pending, add a buffer of one hour (or one day) to both ends of the time range to retrieve more data than you need, and then filter the results on the client side as needed. If any pending payments match the request, the response may include all payments since the beginning of the period. <br> <br> If you specify a PaymentStatus of Paid, the time range must contain one full pay period. That is, PaymentTimeFrom must be earlier or equal the start time of the pay period, and PaymentTimeTo must be later than or equal to the end time of the pay period. Otherwise, no paid payments are returned. For example, if the pay period starts on 2005-09-16 and ends on 2005-09-30, you could specify an earlier PaymentTimeFrom value of 2005-09-16T00:00:00.000Z and a later PaymentTimeTo value of 2005-10-01T12:00:00.000Z. <br> <br> If you specify a time range that covers two pay periods, only the payments from the most recent pay period are returned. The earliest time you can specify is 18 months ago.

  RequiredInput: Yes
#    Argument: 'xs:dateTime'


Time range filter that retrieves payments for a single pay period. See the description of PaymentTimeTo for details about using this time range filter. For paid payments, this value should be equal to or later than the end of the last day of the pay period, where the time is converted to GMT. For example, if the period ends on 2005-09-30, you could specify 2005-10-01T09:00:00.000Z, which is later than the end of the last day.

  RequiredInput: Yes
#    Argument: 'xs:dateTime'


If true, there are more payments yet to be retrieved. Additional GetSellerPayments calls with higher page numbers or more entries per page must be made to retrieve these payments. If false, no more payments are available or no payments match the request (based on the payment status and time filter).

  Returned: Always
#    Returns: 'xs:boolean'


Indicates which page of data holds the current result set. Will be the same as the value specified in the Pagination.PageNumber input. (If the input is higher than the total number of pages, the call fails with an error.) If no payments are returned, the value is 0. If payments are returned, the first page number is 1.

  Returned: Always
#    Returns: 'xs:int'


Contains information regarding the pagination of data (if pagination is used), including total number of pages and total number of entries.

  Returned: Always
#    Returns: 'ns:PaginationResultType'


Indicates the number of payments that can be returned per page of data (i.e., per call). This is the same as the value specified in the Pagination.EntriesPerPage input (or the default value, if EntriesPerPage was not specified). This is not necessarily the actual number of payments returned per page (see ReturnedPaymentCountActual).

  Returned: Always
#    Returns: 'xs:int'


Indicates the total number of payments returned (i.e., the number of SellerPayment entries returned.

  Returned: Always
#    Returns: 'xs:int'


Information about a single payment that matches the criteria in the request. A payment is between and a seller. Each payment is for one transaction for one item in one order. An order can contain transactions for multiple items from multiple sellers, but this call only retrieves payments that are relevant to one seller. The financial value of a payment is typically based on an amount that a buyer paid to for a transaction, plus the shipping cost the buyer paid for the item, minus's commission. Payments can also describe refunds that the seller has issued. Multiple SellerPayment entries can be returned per page of results. Typically, they are returned in reverse chronological order (most recent PaidTime first). Only returned if payments exist that match the request.

  Returned: Conditionally
#    Returns: reference to an array  
                      of 'ns:SellerPaymentType'