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Orders

Orders V2

Manage order coupons, messages, products, shipping addresses, statuses, taxes, shipments, and shipping address quotes.

Order

The Order object contains a record of the purchase agreement between a shopper and a merchant. To learn more about creating orders, see Orders API Guide.

Currency Fields

The default currency refers to the transactional currency which is the currency the shopper pays in.

The display currency refers to the presentational currency used to present prices to the shopper on the storefront.

  • currency_id - the display currency ID. Depending on the currency selected, the value may be different from the transactional currency.
  • currency_code - the currency code of the display currency used to present prices to the shopper on the storefront. Depending on the currency selected, the value may be different from the transactional currency.
  • currency_exchange_rate - the exchange rate between the store’s default currency and the display currency. For orders created using the V2 endpoints, this value is always 1 (only in the storefront this value can be different to 1).
  • default_currency_id - the transactional currency ID.
  • default_currency_code - the currency code of the transactional currency the shopper pays in.

The following additional fields are returned on orders when Multi-Currency is enabled on the store:

  • store_default_currency_code - the currency code of the store’s default currency.
  • store_default_to_transactional_exchange_rate - the exchange rate between the store’s default currency and the transactional currency used in the order.

Example:

{
  ...
  "currency_id": 4,
  "currency_code": "EUR",
  "currency_exchange_rate": 1,
  "default_currency_id": 4,
  "default_currency_code": "EUR",
  "store_default_currency_code": "USD",
  "store_default_to_transactional_exchange_rate": "100.0000000000"
  ...
}

Get an Order

GET /orders/{order_id}

Request

Gets an Order. To learn more about creating or updating orders, see Orders Overview.

Authentication

  • X-Auth-Token in header
    required

Parameters

  • store_hash in path - string
  • include in query - array
    • consignments - include the response returned from the request to the /orders/{order_id}/consignments endpoint.

    • consignments.line_items - include the response returned from the request to the /orders/{order_id}/products endpoint in consignments. This implies include=consignments.

    Type: array[string]

    Allowed: consignments | consignments.line_items

example

Response

Order Response.

Body

application/json

Order object returned in responses.

  • id
    integer

    Read-only. The ID of the order.

    Example: 118

  • date_modified
    string

    A read-only value representing the last modification of the order. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT request. RFC-2822

  • date_shipped
    string

    A read-only value representing the date of shipment. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT request. RFC-2822

  • cart_id
    string

    The cart ID from which this order originated, if applicable. Correlates with the Cart API. This is a read-only field; do not set or modify its value in a POST or PUT request.

    Example: a8458391-ef68-4fe5-9ec1-442e6a767364

  • status
    string

    The status will include one of the (string, options) - values defined under Order Statuses. This value is read-only. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT operation.

    Example: Awaiting Fulfillment

  • subtotal_tax
    string

    A read-only value. Do not attempt to set or modify this value in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 0.0000

  • shipping_cost_tax
    string

    A read-only value. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 0.0000

  • shipping_cost_tax_class_id
    integer

    Shipping-cost tax class. A read-only value. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT request. (NOTE: Value ignored if automatic tax is enabled on the store.)

    Example: 2

  • handling_cost_tax
    string

    A read-only value. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 0.0000

  • handling_cost_tax_class_id
    integer

    A read-only value. Do not attempt to set or modify this value in a POST or PUT request.

    (NOTE: Value ignored if automatic tax is enabled on the store.)

    Example: 2

  • wrapping_cost_tax
    string

    A read-only value. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 0.0000

  • wrapping_cost_tax_class_id
    integer

    A read-only value. Do not attempt to set or modify this value in a POST or PUT request.

    NOTE: Value ignored if automatic tax is enabled on the store.

    Example: 3

  • payment_status
    string

    A read-only value. Do not attempt to set or modify this value in a POST or PUT request.

    Allowed: authorized | captured | capture pending | declined | held for review | paid | partially refunded | pending | refunded | void | void pending

  • store_credit_amount
    string

    Represents the store credit that the shopper has redeemed on this individual order. This is a read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 0.0000

  • gift_certificate_amount
    string

    A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 0.0000

  • currency_id
    integer

    The display currency ID. Depending on the currency selected, the value can be different from the transactional currency. A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request. In v2 display currency is set to the transactional currency, ''default_currency_id''.

    Example: 1

  • currency_code
    string

    The currency code of the display currency used to present prices to the shopper on the storefront. Depending on the currency selected, the value can be different from the transactional currency. A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request.

    Example: USD

  • currency_exchange_rate
    string

    The exchange rate between the store’s default currency and the display currency. A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request. For orders created using the V2 endpoints, this value is always 1 (only in the storefront this value can be different to 1). (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 1.0000000000

  • default_currency_id
    integer

    The transactional currency ID. A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request.

    Example: 1

  • default_currency_code
    string

    The currency code of the transactional currency the shopper pays in.

    Example: EUR

  • store_default_currency_code
    string

    The currency code of the storeʼs default currency.

    Example: USD

  • store_default_to_transactional_exchange_rate
    string

    The exchange rate between the storeʼs default currency and the transactional currency used in the order.

    Example: 100.0000000000

  • coupon_discount
    string

    A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 5.0000

  • shipping_address_count
    number

    The number of shipping addresses associated with this transaction. A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT.

  • is_email_opt_in
    boolean

    Indicates whether the shopper has selected an opt-in check box (on the checkout page) to receive emails. A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT.

  • order_source
    string

    The order_source is set upon order creation and reflects the origin of the order. It will indicate whether the order was created by one of the following:

    • storefront
    • control panel
    • manual order
    • /v2/orders API
    • Checkout API
    • or by an integration with an external platform such as Facebook by Meta or Amazon.
  • consignments
    object
    read-only

  • products
    object
    read-only

  • shipping_addresses
    object
    read-only

  • coupons
    object
    read-only

  • status_id
    integer

    The status ID of the order.

    Example: 7

  • billing_address

  • base_handling_cost
    string

    The value of the base handling cost. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 0.0000

  • base_shipping_cost
    string

    The value of the base shipping cost. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 0.0000

  • base_wrapping_cost
    string

    The value of the base wrapping cost expressed as a floating point number to four decimal places in string format.

    Example: 0.0000

  • channel_id
    integer

    Shows where the order originated. The channel_id will default to 1.

    Example: 1

  • customer_id
    number

  • customer_message
    string

    Message that the customer entered (number, options) -o the Order Comments box during checkout.

    Example: Thank you

  • date_created
    string

    The date the order was created, formatted in the RFC-2822 standard. You set this attribute on Order creation (POST) to support the migration of historical orders. If you do not provide a value, then it will default to the current date/time. e.g., Tue, 20 Nov 2012 00:00:00 +0000.

  • discount_amount
    string

    Amount of discount for this transaction. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 0.0000

  • ebay_order_id
    string

    If the order was placed through eBay, the eBay order number will be included. Otherwise, the value will be 0.

    Example: 0

  • external_id
    string or null
    read-only

    (Read-only) The order ID in another system, such as the Amazon order ID if this is an Amazon order.

  • external_merchant_id
    string or null

    The merchant ID represents an upstream order from an external system. It is the source of truth for orders. After setting it, you cannot write to or update the external_merchant_id. For example, you can update the Facebook by Meta page ID in a POST request, but a PUT request to update the order will return a 400 error. Please remove it from your request before trying again.

  • external_source
    string or null

    This value identifies an external system that generated the order and submitted it to BigCommerce with the Orders API.

    • When supplying the value, we recommend combining the type of system and vendor, e.g., ERP (Acumatica) or POS (Square).
    • If you are migrating historical orders processed on another eCommerce platform to BigCommerce, supply the following code as the value: M-MIG. This code will exclude historical orders from the store’s GMV/order count, which factors into pricing.
    • If you do not provide a value, then it will default to null.
  • geoip_country
    string

    The full name of the country where the customer made the purchase, based on the IP.

    Example: United States

  • geoip_country_iso2
    string

    The country where the customer made the purchase, in ISO2 format, based on the IP.

    Example: US

  • handling_cost_ex_tax
    string

    The value of the handling cost, excluding tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 0.0000

  • handling_cost_inc_tax
    string

    The value of the handling cost, including tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 0.0000

  • ip_address
    string

    IPv4 Address of the customer, if known.

    Note: You can set either ip_address or ip_address_v6. Setting the ip_address value will reset the ip_address_v6 value and vice versa.

    <= 30 characters

    Example: 12.345.678.910

  • ip_address_v6
    string

    IPv6 Address of the customer, if known.

    Note: You can set either ip_address or ip_address_v6. Setting the ip_address_v6 value will reset the ip_address value and vice versa.

    <= 39 characters

    Example: 2001:db8:3333:4444:5555:6666:7777:8888

  • items_shipped
    number

    The number of items that have been shipped.

  • items_total
    number

    The total number of items in the order.

    Example: 1

  • order_is_digital
    boolean

    Whether this is an order for digital products.

  • payment_method
    string

    The payment method for this order. Can be one of the following: Manual, Credit Card, cash, Test Payment Gateway, etc.

    Allowed: Credit Card | Cash | Test Payment Gateway | Manual

  • payment_provider_id

    The external Transaction ID/Payment ID within this order’s payment provider (if a payment provider was used).

    One of:
    Type: string
  • refunded_amount
    string

    The amount refunded from this transaction; always returns 0. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 0.0000

  • shipping_cost_ex_tax
    string

    The value of shipping cost, excluding tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 0.0000

  • shipping_cost_inc_tax
    string

    The value of shipping cost, including tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 0.0000

  • staff_notes
    string

    Any additional notes for staff.

    <= 65535 characters

    Example: Send Saturday

  • status_id
    integer

    The status ID of the order.

  • subtotal_ex_tax
    string

    Override value for subtotal excluding tax. If specified, the field subtotal_inc_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 225.0000

  • subtotal_inc_tax
    string

    Override value for subtotal including tax. If specified, the field subtotal_ex_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 225.0000

  • tax_provider_id
    string

    Read-only. BasicTaxProvider - Tax is set to manual and order is created in the store.

    AvaTaxProvider - Tax is set to automatic and order is created in the store. Used for Avalara.

    "" (empty string) - The order is created with the API, or the tax provider is unknown.

  • customer_locale
    string

    The customer’s locale.

    Example: en

  • external_order_id
    string

    The order ID in another system, such as the Amazon Order ID if this is an Amazon order. After setting it, you can update this field using a POST or PUT request.

    Example: external-order-id

  • total_ex_tax
    string

    Override value for the total, excluding tax. If specified, the field total_inc_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 225.0000

  • total_inc_tax
    string

    Override value for the total, including tax. If specified, the field total_ex_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 225.0000

  • wrapping_cost_ex_tax
    string

    The value of the wrapping cost, excluding tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 0.0000

  • wrapping_cost_inc_tax
    string

    The value of the wrapping cost, including tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

    Example: 0.0000

    response

    Multiple Items

    Update an Order

    PUT /orders/{order_id}

    Request

    Updates an Order.

    To add a product to an existing order, don't include id in the body. Include product_options if adding a product with variants.

    To update a product in an order, include id in the body. The body should only contain the fields that need to be updated. Those fields that are omitted will not be changed.

    To remove a product from an order, set that product’s quantity to 0.

    After the update, the PUT request clears all discounts and promotions applied to the order. Since the order data syncs with other ERP systems, like Amazon or eBay, the updated order returns to the default setting, removing any applied discounts.

    To learn more about creating or updating orders, see Orders Overview.

    Authentication

    • X-Auth-Token in header
      required

    Parameters

    • store_hash in path - string
    • Content-Type in header with default of application/json - string
      required

      The MIME type of the request body.

    Body

    application/json
    • base_handling_cost
      string

      The value of the base handling cost. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

      Example: 0.0000

    • base_shipping_cost
      string

      The value of the base shipping cost. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

      Example: 0.0000

    • base_wrapping_cost
      string

      The value of the base wrapping cost expressed as a floating point number to four decimal places in string format.

      Example: 0.0000

    • billing_address

    • channel_id
      integer

      Shows where the order originated. The channel_id will default to 1.

      Example: 1

    • consignments
      object

    • customer_id
      number

    • customer_message
      string

      Message that the customer entered (number, options) -o the Order Comments box during checkout.

      Example: Thank you

    • date_created
      string

      The date the order was created, formatted in the RFC-2822 standard. You set this attribute on Order creation (POST) to support the migration of historical orders. If you do not provide a value, then it will default to the current date/time. e.g., Tue, 20 Nov 2012 00:00:00 +0000.

    • default_currency_code
      string
      read-only

      A read-only field displays the currency code of the transactional currency the shopper uses.

    • discount_amount
      string

      Amount of discount for this transaction. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

      Example: 0.0000

    • ebay_order_id
      string

      If the order was placed through eBay, the eBay order number will be included. Otherwise, the value will be 0.

      Example: 0

    • external_id
      string or null
      read-only

      (Read-only) The order ID in another system, such as the Amazon Order ID if this is an Amazon order.

    • external_merchant_id
      string or null

      The merchant ID represents an upstream order from an external system. It is the source of truth for orders. After setting it, you cannot write to or update the external_merchant_id. For example, you can update the Facebook by Meta page ID in a POST request, but a PUT request to update the order will return a 400 error. Please remove it from your request before trying again.

    • external_source
      string or null

      This value identifies an external system that generated the order and submitted it to BigCommerce with the Orders API.

      • When supplying the value, we recommend combining the type of system and vendor, e.g., ERP (Acumatica) or POS (Square).
      • If you are migrating historical orders processed on another eCommerce platform to BigCommerce, supply the following code as the value: M-MIG. This code will exclude historical orders from the store’s GMV/order count, which factors into pricing.
      • If you do not provide a value, then it will default to null.
    • geoip_country
      string

      The full name of the country where the customer made the purchase, based on the IP.

      Example: United States

    • geoip_country_iso2
      string

      The country where the customer made the purchase, in ISO2 format, based on the IP.

      Example: US

    • handling_cost_ex_tax
      string

      The value of the handling cost, excluding tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

      Example: 0.0000

    • handling_cost_inc_tax
      string

      The value of the handling cost, including tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

      Example: 0.0000

    • ip_address
      string

      IPv4 Address of the customer, if known.

      Note: You can set either ip_address or ip_address_v6. Setting the ip_address value will reset the ip_address_v6 value and vice versa.

      <= 30 characters

      Example: 12.345.678.910

    • ip_address_v6
      string

      IPv6 Address of the customer, if known.

      Note: You can set either ip_address or ip_address_v6. Setting the ip_address_v6 value will reset the ip_address value and vice versa.

      <= 39 characters

      Example: 2001:db8:3333:4444:5555:6666:7777:8888

    • items_shipped
      number

      The number of items that have been shipped.

    • items_total
      number

      The total number of items in the order.

      Example: 1

    • order_is_digital
      boolean

      Whether this is an order for digital products.

    • payment_method
      string

      The payment method for this order. Can be one of the following: Manual, Credit Card, Cash,Test Payment Gateway, etc.

    • payment_provider_id

      The external Transaction ID/Payment ID within this order’s payment provider (if a payment provider was used).

      One of:
      Type: string
    • products
      array[]

    • refunded_amount
      string

      The amount refunded from this transaction; always returns 0. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

      Example: 0.0000

    • shipping_cost_ex_tax
      string

      The value of shipping cost, excluding tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

      Example: 0.0000

    • shipping_cost_inc_tax
      string

      The value of shipping cost, including tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

      Example: 0.0000

    • staff_notes
      string

      Any additional notes for staff.

      <= 65535 characters

      Example: Send Saturday

    • shipping_addresses
      array[object]

    • status_id
      integer

      The status ID of the order.

    • subtotal_ex_tax
      string

      Override value for subtotal excluding tax. If specified, the field subtotal_inc_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

      Example: 225.0000

    • subtotal_inc_tax
      string

      Override value for subtotal including tax. If specified, the field subtotal_ex_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

      Example: 225.0000

    • tax_provider_id
      string

      Read-only. BasicTaxProvider - Tax is set to manual and order is created in the store.

      AvaTaxProvider - Tax is set to automatic and order is created in the store. Used for Avalara.

      "" (empty string) - The order is created with the API, or the tax provider is unknown.

    • customer_locale
      string

      The customer’s locale.

      Example: en

    • external_order_id
      string or null

      The order ID in another system, such as the Amazon Order ID if this is an Amazon order. After setting it, you can update this field using a POST or PUT request.

      Example: external-order-id

    • total_ex_tax
      string

      Override value for the total, excluding tax. If specified, the field total_inc_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

      Example: 225.0000

    • total_inc_tax
      string

      Override value for the total, including tax. If specified, the field total_ex_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

      Example: 225.0000

    • wrapping_cost_ex_tax
      string

      The value of the wrapping cost, excluding tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

      Example: 0.0000

    • wrapping_cost_inc_tax
      string

      The value of the wrapping cost, including tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

      Example: 0.0000

      application/json

      Adding an existing product to order

      Adding a new product to order

      Removing a product from an order

      Response

      Order Response.

      Body

      application/json

      Order object returned in responses.

      • id
        integer

        Read-only. The ID of the order.

        Example: 118

      • date_modified
        string

        A read-only value representing the last modification of the order. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT request. RFC-2822

      • date_shipped
        string

        A read-only value representing the date of shipment. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT request. RFC-2822

      • cart_id
        string

        The cart ID from which this order originated, if applicable. Correlates with the Cart API. This is a read-only field; do not set or modify its value in a POST or PUT request.

        Example: a8458391-ef68-4fe5-9ec1-442e6a767364

      • status
        string

        The status will include one of the (string, options) - values defined under Order Statuses. This value is read-only. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT operation.

        Example: Awaiting Fulfillment

      • subtotal_tax
        string

        A read-only value. Do not attempt to set or modify this value in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 0.0000

      • shipping_cost_tax
        string

        A read-only value. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 0.0000

      • shipping_cost_tax_class_id
        integer

        Shipping-cost tax class. A read-only value. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT request. (NOTE: Value ignored if automatic tax is enabled on the store.)

        Example: 2

      • handling_cost_tax
        string

        A read-only value. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 0.0000

      • handling_cost_tax_class_id
        integer

        A read-only value. Do not attempt to set or modify this value in a POST or PUT request.

        (NOTE: Value ignored if automatic tax is enabled on the store.)

        Example: 2

      • wrapping_cost_tax
        string

        A read-only value. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 0.0000

      • wrapping_cost_tax_class_id
        integer

        A read-only value. Do not attempt to set or modify this value in a POST or PUT request.

        NOTE: Value ignored if automatic tax is enabled on the store.

        Example: 3

      • payment_status
        string

        A read-only value. Do not attempt to set or modify this value in a POST or PUT request.

        Allowed: authorized | captured | capture pending | declined | held for review | paid | partially refunded | pending | refunded | void | void pending

      • store_credit_amount
        string

        Represents the store credit that the shopper has redeemed on this individual order. This is a read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 0.0000

      • gift_certificate_amount
        string

        A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 0.0000

      • currency_id
        integer

        The display currency ID. Depending on the currency selected, the value can be different from the transactional currency. A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request. In v2 display currency is set to the transactional currency, ''default_currency_id''.

        Example: 1

      • currency_code
        string

        The currency code of the display currency used to present prices to the shopper on the storefront. Depending on the currency selected, the value can be different from the transactional currency. A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request.

        Example: USD

      • currency_exchange_rate
        string

        The exchange rate between the store’s default currency and the display currency. A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request. For orders created using the V2 endpoints, this value is always 1 (only in the storefront this value can be different to 1). (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 1.0000000000

      • default_currency_id
        integer

        The transactional currency ID. A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request.

        Example: 1

      • default_currency_code
        string

        The currency code of the transactional currency the shopper pays in.

        Example: EUR

      • store_default_currency_code
        string

        The currency code of the storeʼs default currency.

        Example: USD

      • store_default_to_transactional_exchange_rate
        string

        The exchange rate between the storeʼs default currency and the transactional currency used in the order.

        Example: 100.0000000000

      • coupon_discount
        string

        A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 5.0000

      • shipping_address_count
        number

        The number of shipping addresses associated with this transaction. A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT.

      • is_email_opt_in
        boolean

        Indicates whether the shopper has selected an opt-in check box (on the checkout page) to receive emails. A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT.

      • order_source
        string

        The order_source is set upon order creation and reflects the origin of the order. It will indicate whether the order was created by one of the following:

        • storefront
        • control panel
        • manual order
        • /v2/orders API
        • Checkout API
        • or by an integration with an external platform such as Facebook by Meta or Amazon.
      • consignments
        object
        read-only

      • products
        object
        read-only

      • shipping_addresses
        object
        read-only

      • coupons
        object
        read-only

      • status_id
        integer

        The status ID of the order.

        Example: 7

      • billing_address

      • base_handling_cost
        string

        The value of the base handling cost. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 0.0000

      • base_shipping_cost
        string

        The value of the base shipping cost. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 0.0000

      • base_wrapping_cost
        string

        The value of the base wrapping cost expressed as a floating point number to four decimal places in string format.

        Example: 0.0000

      • channel_id
        integer

        Shows where the order originated. The channel_id will default to 1.

        Example: 1

      • customer_id
        number

      • customer_message
        string

        Message that the customer entered (number, options) -o the Order Comments box during checkout.

        Example: Thank you

      • date_created
        string

        The date the order was created, formatted in the RFC-2822 standard. You set this attribute on Order creation (POST) to support the migration of historical orders. If you do not provide a value, then it will default to the current date/time. e.g., Tue, 20 Nov 2012 00:00:00 +0000.

      • discount_amount
        string

        Amount of discount for this transaction. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 0.0000

      • ebay_order_id
        string

        If the order was placed through eBay, the eBay order number will be included. Otherwise, the value will be 0.

        Example: 0

      • external_id
        string or null
        read-only

        (Read-only) The order ID in another system, such as the Amazon order ID if this is an Amazon order.

      • external_merchant_id
        string or null

        The merchant ID represents an upstream order from an external system. It is the source of truth for orders. After setting it, you cannot write to or update the external_merchant_id. For example, you can update the Facebook by Meta page ID in a POST request, but a PUT request to update the order will return a 400 error. Please remove it from your request before trying again.

      • external_source
        string or null

        This value identifies an external system that generated the order and submitted it to BigCommerce with the Orders API.

        • When supplying the value, we recommend combining the type of system and vendor, e.g., ERP (Acumatica) or POS (Square).
        • If you are migrating historical orders processed on another eCommerce platform to BigCommerce, supply the following code as the value: M-MIG. This code will exclude historical orders from the store’s GMV/order count, which factors into pricing.
        • If you do not provide a value, then it will default to null.
      • geoip_country
        string

        The full name of the country where the customer made the purchase, based on the IP.

        Example: United States

      • geoip_country_iso2
        string

        The country where the customer made the purchase, in ISO2 format, based on the IP.

        Example: US

      • handling_cost_ex_tax
        string

        The value of the handling cost, excluding tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 0.0000

      • handling_cost_inc_tax
        string

        The value of the handling cost, including tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 0.0000

      • ip_address
        string

        IPv4 Address of the customer, if known.

        Note: You can set either ip_address or ip_address_v6. Setting the ip_address value will reset the ip_address_v6 value and vice versa.

        <= 30 characters

        Example: 12.345.678.910

      • ip_address_v6
        string

        IPv6 Address of the customer, if known.

        Note: You can set either ip_address or ip_address_v6. Setting the ip_address_v6 value will reset the ip_address value and vice versa.

        <= 39 characters

        Example: 2001:db8:3333:4444:5555:6666:7777:8888

      • items_shipped
        number

        The number of items that have been shipped.

      • items_total
        number

        The total number of items in the order.

        Example: 1

      • order_is_digital
        boolean

        Whether this is an order for digital products.

      • payment_method
        string

        The payment method for this order. Can be one of the following: Manual, Credit Card, cash, Test Payment Gateway, etc.

        Allowed: Credit Card | Cash | Test Payment Gateway | Manual

      • payment_provider_id

        The external Transaction ID/Payment ID within this order’s payment provider (if a payment provider was used).

        One of:
        Type: string
      • refunded_amount
        string

        The amount refunded from this transaction; always returns 0. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 0.0000

      • shipping_cost_ex_tax
        string

        The value of shipping cost, excluding tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 0.0000

      • shipping_cost_inc_tax
        string

        The value of shipping cost, including tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 0.0000

      • staff_notes
        string

        Any additional notes for staff.

        <= 65535 characters

        Example: Send Saturday

      • status_id
        integer

        The status ID of the order.

      • subtotal_ex_tax
        string

        Override value for subtotal excluding tax. If specified, the field subtotal_inc_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 225.0000

      • subtotal_inc_tax
        string

        Override value for subtotal including tax. If specified, the field subtotal_ex_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 225.0000

      • tax_provider_id
        string

        Read-only. BasicTaxProvider - Tax is set to manual and order is created in the store.

        AvaTaxProvider - Tax is set to automatic and order is created in the store. Used for Avalara.

        "" (empty string) - The order is created with the API, or the tax provider is unknown.

      • customer_locale
        string

        The customer’s locale.

        Example: en

      • external_order_id
        string

        The order ID in another system, such as the Amazon Order ID if this is an Amazon order. After setting it, you can update this field using a POST or PUT request.

        Example: external-order-id

      • total_ex_tax
        string

        Override value for the total, excluding tax. If specified, the field total_inc_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 225.0000

      • total_inc_tax
        string

        Override value for the total, including tax. If specified, the field total_ex_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 225.0000

      • wrapping_cost_ex_tax
        string

        The value of the wrapping cost, excluding tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 0.0000

      • wrapping_cost_inc_tax
        string

        The value of the wrapping cost, including tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

        Example: 0.0000

        response

        Multiple Items

        Archive an Order

        DELETE /orders/{order_id}

        Request

        Archives an order. To remove a single product from an order, see PUT /orders/{order_id}.

        Authentication

        • X-Auth-Token in header
          required

        Parameters

        • store_hash in path - string
        • Accept in header with default of application/json - string
          required

          The MIME type of the response body.

        • order_id in path - integer
          required

          ID of the order.

        example

        Response

        Get a Count of Orders

        GET /orders/count

        Request

        Gets an array of orders in the store organized by order status.

        Authentication

        • X-Auth-Token in header
          required

        Parameters

        • store_hash in path - string
        • Accept in header with default of application/json - string
          required

          The MIME type of the response body.

        example

        Response

        Order Counter response collection.

        Body

        object | application/json
        • statuses
          array[object]

        • count
          number

          Total number of orders in the store.

          Example: 45

        response

        Get All Orders

        GET /orders

        Request

        Gets a list of orders using the filter query.

        Notes

        • The default sort is by order id, from lowest to highest.
        • By default, requests sent without parameters will only return 50 orders.

        Authentication

        • X-Auth-Token in header
          required

        Parameters

        • store_hash in path - string
        • min_id in query - integer

          The minimum order ID.

        • max_id in query - integer

          The maximum order ID.

        • min_total in query - number

          The minimum order total in floating point format. eg. 12.50

        • max_total in query - number

          The maximum order total in floating point format. eg. 12.50

        • customer_id in query - integer

          Customer ID.

        • email in query - string

          The email of the customer.

        • status_id in query - integer

          The status ID of the order. You can get the status id from the /orders endpoints.

        • cart_id in query - string

          The cart ID of the order.

        • payment_method in query - string

          The display name of the payment method used on the order.

          Allowed: Manual | Cash on Delivery | Credit Card | Test Payment Gateway | Pay In Store

        • min_date_created in query - string

          Minimum date the order was created in RFC-2822 or ISO-8601.

          RFC-2822: Thu, 20 Apr 2017 11:32:00 -0400

          ISO-8601: 2017-04-20T11:32:00.000-04:00

        • max_date_created in query - string

          Maximum date the order was created in RFC-2822 or ISO-8601.

          RFC-2822: Thu, 20 Apr 2017 11:32:00 -0400

          ISO-8601: 2017-04-20T11:32:00.000-04:00

        • min_date_modified in query - string

          Minimum date the order was modified in RFC-2822 or ISO-8601.

          RFC-2822: Thu, 20 Apr 2017 11:32:00 -0400

          ISO-8601: 2017-04-20T11:32:00.000-04:00

        • max_date_modified in query - string

          Maximum date the order was modified in RFC-2822 or ISO-8601.

          RFC-2822: Thu, 20 Apr 2017 11:32:00 -0400

          ISO-8601: 2017-04-20T11:32:00.000-04:00

        • page in query - number

          The page to return in the response.

        • limit in query - number

          Number of results to return.

        • sort in query - string

          Field and direction to sort orders. To specify the direction, add :asc or :desc to the end of the query parameter. e.g., sort=date_created:desc.

          Allowed: id | customer_id | date_created | date_modified | status_id | channel_id | external_id

        • channel_id in query - integer

          The channel ID of the sales channel the shopper used to place the order.

        • include in query - array
          • consignments - include the response returned from the request to the /orders/{order_id}/consignments endpoint.

          • consignments.line_items - include the response returned from the request to the /orders/{order_id}/products endpoint in consignments. This implies include=consignments.

          Type: array[string]

          Allowed: consignments | consignments.line_items

        • external_order_id in query - string

          The order ID in another system, such as the Amazon Order ID if this is an Amazon order. After setting it, you can update this field using a POST or PUT request.

        example

        Response

        Body

        array | application/json

          response

          Create an Order

          POST /orders

          Request

          Creates an Order. To learn more about creating or updating orders, see Orders Overview.

          Create an order with an existing catalog product or a custom product.

          Required Fields

          • products or consignments
          • billing_address

          When you create an order, the consignment(s) array allows you to create pickup consignments.

          • An order can have either a pickup or a shipping fulfillment method, but not both.
          • An order can have only one pickup consignment.

          Choose from one of the following:

          1. Create order with a shipping fulfillment method using shipping_addresses and products, i.e. legacy mode
          2. Create order with a pickup fulfillment method using consignments, i.e. Consignment mode

          You can fulfill an order with shipping or pickup, but not both.

          This means that if the consignments array is present in the request, then none of the following may be present and vice-versa:

          • shipping_addresses
          • products

          Authentication

          • X-Auth-Token in header
            required

          Parameters

          • store_hash in path - string
          • Content-Type in header with default of application/json - string
            required

            The MIME type of the request body.

          • include in query - array
            • consignments - include the response returned from the request to the /orders/{order_id}/consignments endpoint.

            • consignments.line_items - include the response returned from the request to the /orders/{order_id}/products endpoint in consignments. This implies include=consignments.

            Type: array[string]

            Allowed: consignments | consignments.line_items

          Body

          application/json

          Products and Billing address only required for POST operation.

          • billing_address
            object

          • default_currency_code
            string

            The currency code of the transactional currency the shopper pays in is writeable when multi-currency is enabled.

          • products
            array[]

          • shipping_addresses
            array[object]

          • consignments
            object

          • base_handling_cost
            string

            The value of the base handling cost. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

            Example: 0.0000

          • base_shipping_cost
            string

            The value of the base shipping cost. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

            Example: 0.0000

          • base_wrapping_cost
            string

            The value of the base wrapping cost expressed as a floating point number to four decimal places in string format.

            Example: 0.0000

          • channel_id
            integer

            Shows where the order originated. The channel_id will default to 1.

            Example: 1

          • customer_id
            number

          • customer_message
            string

            Message that the customer entered (number, options) -o the Order Comments box during checkout.

            Example: Thank you

          • date_created
            string

            The date the order was created, formatted in the RFC-2822 standard. You set this attribute on Order creation (POST) to support the migration of historical orders. If you do not provide a value, then it will default to the current date/time. e.g., Tue, 20 Nov 2012 00:00:00 +0000.

          • discount_amount
            string

            Amount of discount for this transaction. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

            Example: 0.0000

          • ebay_order_id
            string

            If the order was placed through eBay, the eBay order number will be included. Otherwise, the value will be 0.

            Example: 0

          • external_id
            string or null
            read-only

            (Read-only) The order ID in another system, such as the Amazon order ID if this is an Amazon order.

          • external_merchant_id
            string or null

            The merchant ID represents an upstream order from an external system. It is the source of truth for orders. After setting it, you cannot write to or update the external_merchant_id. For example, you can update the Facebook by Meta page ID in a POST request, but a PUT request to update the order will return a 400 error. Please remove it from your request before trying again.

          • external_source
            string or null

            This value identifies an external system that generated the order and submitted it to BigCommerce with the Orders API.

            • When supplying the value, we recommend combining the type of system and vendor, e.g., ERP (Acumatica) or POS (Square).
            • If you are migrating historical orders processed on another eCommerce platform to BigCommerce, supply the following code as the value: M-MIG. This code will exclude historical orders from the store’s GMV/order count, which factors into pricing.
            • If you do not provide a value, then it will default to null.
          • geoip_country
            string

            The full name of the country where the customer made the purchase, based on the IP.

            Example: United States

          • geoip_country_iso2
            string

            The country where the customer made the purchase, in ISO2 format, based on the IP.

            Example: US

          • handling_cost_ex_tax
            string

            The value of the handling cost, excluding tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

            Example: 0.0000

          • handling_cost_inc_tax
            string

            The value of the handling cost, including tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

            Example: 0.0000

          • ip_address
            string

            IPv4 Address of the customer, if known.

            Note: You can set either ip_address or ip_address_v6. Setting the ip_address value will reset the ip_address_v6 value and vice versa.

            <= 30 characters

            Example: 12.345.678.910

          • ip_address_v6
            string

            IPv6 Address of the customer, if known.

            Note: You can set either ip_address or ip_address_v6. Setting the ip_address_v6 value will reset the ip_address value and vice versa.

            <= 39 characters

            Example: 2001:db8:3333:4444:5555:6666:7777:8888

          • items_shipped
            number

            The number of items that have been shipped.

          • items_total
            number

            The total number of items in the order.

            Example: 1

          • order_is_digital
            boolean

            Whether this is an order for digital products.

          • payment_method
            string

            The payment method for this order. Can be one of the following: Manual, Credit Card, cash, Test Payment Gateway, etc.

            Allowed: Credit Card | Cash | Test Payment Gateway | Manual

          • payment_provider_id

            The external Transaction ID/Payment ID within this order’s payment provider (if a payment provider was used).

            One of:
            Type: string
          • refunded_amount
            string

            The amount refunded from this transaction; always returns 0. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

            Example: 0.0000

          • shipping_cost_ex_tax
            string

            The value of shipping cost, excluding tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

            Example: 0.0000

          • shipping_cost_inc_tax
            string

            The value of shipping cost, including tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

            Example: 0.0000

          • staff_notes
            string

            Any additional notes for staff.

            <= 65535 characters

            Example: Send Saturday

          • status_id
            integer

            The status ID of the order.

          • subtotal_ex_tax
            string

            Override value for subtotal excluding tax. If specified, the field subtotal_inc_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

            Example: 225.0000

          • subtotal_inc_tax
            string

            Override value for subtotal including tax. If specified, the field subtotal_ex_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

            Example: 225.0000

          • tax_provider_id
            string

            Read-only. BasicTaxProvider - Tax is set to manual and order is created in the store.

            AvaTaxProvider - Tax is set to automatic and order is created in the store. Used for Avalara.

            "" (empty string) - The order is created with the API, or the tax provider is unknown.

          • customer_locale
            string

            The customer’s locale.

            Example: en

          • external_order_id
            string

            The order ID in another system, such as the Amazon Order ID if this is an Amazon order. After setting it, you can update this field using a POST or PUT request.

            Example: external-order-id

          • total_ex_tax
            string

            Override value for the total, excluding tax. If specified, the field total_inc_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

            Example: 225.0000

          • total_inc_tax
            string

            Override value for the total, including tax. If specified, the field total_ex_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

            Example: 225.0000

          • wrapping_cost_ex_tax
            string

            The value of the wrapping cost, excluding tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

            Example: 0.0000

          • wrapping_cost_inc_tax
            string

            The value of the wrapping cost, including tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

            Example: 0.0000

            Product with Variants

            Custom Product

            Product with Options

            Product with a Drop Down and a Text Field Modifier

            Multiple Products

            Response

            Order Response.

            Body

            application/json

            Order object returned in responses.

            • id
              integer

              Read-only. The ID of the order.

              Example: 118

            • date_modified
              string

              A read-only value representing the last modification of the order. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT request. RFC-2822

            • date_shipped
              string

              A read-only value representing the date of shipment. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT request. RFC-2822

            • cart_id
              string

              The cart ID from which this order originated, if applicable. Correlates with the Cart API. This is a read-only field; do not set or modify its value in a POST or PUT request.

              Example: a8458391-ef68-4fe5-9ec1-442e6a767364

            • status
              string

              The status will include one of the (string, options) - values defined under Order Statuses. This value is read-only. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT operation.

              Example: Awaiting Fulfillment

            • subtotal_tax
              string

              A read-only value. Do not attempt to set or modify this value in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 0.0000

            • shipping_cost_tax
              string

              A read-only value. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 0.0000

            • shipping_cost_tax_class_id
              integer

              Shipping-cost tax class. A read-only value. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT request. (NOTE: Value ignored if automatic tax is enabled on the store.)

              Example: 2

            • handling_cost_tax
              string

              A read-only value. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 0.0000

            • handling_cost_tax_class_id
              integer

              A read-only value. Do not attempt to set or modify this value in a POST or PUT request.

              (NOTE: Value ignored if automatic tax is enabled on the store.)

              Example: 2

            • wrapping_cost_tax
              string

              A read-only value. Do not attempt to modify or set this value in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 0.0000

            • wrapping_cost_tax_class_id
              integer

              A read-only value. Do not attempt to set or modify this value in a POST or PUT request.

              NOTE: Value ignored if automatic tax is enabled on the store.

              Example: 3

            • payment_status
              string

              A read-only value. Do not attempt to set or modify this value in a POST or PUT request.

              Allowed: authorized | captured | capture pending | declined | held for review | paid | partially refunded | pending | refunded | void | void pending

            • store_credit_amount
              string

              Represents the store credit that the shopper has redeemed on this individual order. This is a read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 0.0000

            • gift_certificate_amount
              string

              A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 0.0000

            • currency_id
              integer

              The display currency ID. Depending on the currency selected, the value can be different from the transactional currency. A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request. In v2 display currency is set to the transactional currency, ''default_currency_id''.

              Example: 1

            • currency_code
              string

              The currency code of the display currency used to present prices to the shopper on the storefront. Depending on the currency selected, the value can be different from the transactional currency. A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request.

              Example: USD

            • currency_exchange_rate
              string

              The exchange rate between the store’s default currency and the display currency. A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request. For orders created using the V2 endpoints, this value is always 1 (only in the storefront this value can be different to 1). (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 1.0000000000

            • default_currency_id
              integer

              The transactional currency ID. A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request.

              Example: 1

            • default_currency_code
              string

              The currency code of the transactional currency the shopper pays in.

              Example: EUR

            • store_default_currency_code
              string

              The currency code of the storeʼs default currency.

              Example: USD

            • store_default_to_transactional_exchange_rate
              string

              The exchange rate between the storeʼs default currency and the transactional currency used in the order.

              Example: 100.0000000000

            • coupon_discount
              string

              A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT request. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 5.0000

            • shipping_address_count
              number

              The number of shipping addresses associated with this transaction. A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT.

            • is_email_opt_in
              boolean

              Indicates whether the shopper has selected an opt-in check box (on the checkout page) to receive emails. A read-only value. Do not pass in a POST or PUT.

            • order_source
              string

              The order_source is set upon order creation and reflects the origin of the order. It will indicate whether the order was created by one of the following:

              • storefront
              • control panel
              • manual order
              • /v2/orders API
              • Checkout API
              • or by an integration with an external platform such as Facebook by Meta or Amazon.
            • consignments
              object
              read-only

            • products
              object
              read-only

            • shipping_addresses
              object
              read-only

            • coupons
              object
              read-only

            • status_id
              integer

              The status ID of the order.

              Example: 7

            • billing_address

            • base_handling_cost
              string

              The value of the base handling cost. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 0.0000

            • base_shipping_cost
              string

              The value of the base shipping cost. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 0.0000

            • base_wrapping_cost
              string

              The value of the base wrapping cost expressed as a floating point number to four decimal places in string format.

              Example: 0.0000

            • channel_id
              integer

              Shows where the order originated. The channel_id will default to 1.

              Example: 1

            • customer_id
              number

            • customer_message
              string

              Message that the customer entered (number, options) -o the Order Comments box during checkout.

              Example: Thank you

            • date_created
              string

              The date the order was created, formatted in the RFC-2822 standard. You set this attribute on Order creation (POST) to support the migration of historical orders. If you do not provide a value, then it will default to the current date/time. e.g., Tue, 20 Nov 2012 00:00:00 +0000.

            • discount_amount
              string

              Amount of discount for this transaction. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 0.0000

            • ebay_order_id
              string

              If the order was placed through eBay, the eBay order number will be included. Otherwise, the value will be 0.

              Example: 0

            • external_id
              string or null
              read-only

              (Read-only) The order ID in another system, such as the Amazon order ID if this is an Amazon order.

            • external_merchant_id
              string or null

              The merchant ID represents an upstream order from an external system. It is the source of truth for orders. After setting it, you cannot write to or update the external_merchant_id. For example, you can update the Facebook by Meta page ID in a POST request, but a PUT request to update the order will return a 400 error. Please remove it from your request before trying again.

            • external_source
              string or null

              This value identifies an external system that generated the order and submitted it to BigCommerce with the Orders API.

              • When supplying the value, we recommend combining the type of system and vendor, e.g., ERP (Acumatica) or POS (Square).
              • If you are migrating historical orders processed on another eCommerce platform to BigCommerce, supply the following code as the value: M-MIG. This code will exclude historical orders from the store’s GMV/order count, which factors into pricing.
              • If you do not provide a value, then it will default to null.
            • geoip_country
              string

              The full name of the country where the customer made the purchase, based on the IP.

              Example: United States

            • geoip_country_iso2
              string

              The country where the customer made the purchase, in ISO2 format, based on the IP.

              Example: US

            • handling_cost_ex_tax
              string

              The value of the handling cost, excluding tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 0.0000

            • handling_cost_inc_tax
              string

              The value of the handling cost, including tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 0.0000

            • ip_address
              string

              IPv4 Address of the customer, if known.

              Note: You can set either ip_address or ip_address_v6. Setting the ip_address value will reset the ip_address_v6 value and vice versa.

              <= 30 characters

              Example: 12.345.678.910

            • ip_address_v6
              string

              IPv6 Address of the customer, if known.

              Note: You can set either ip_address or ip_address_v6. Setting the ip_address_v6 value will reset the ip_address value and vice versa.

              <= 39 characters

              Example: 2001:db8:3333:4444:5555:6666:7777:8888

            • items_shipped
              number

              The number of items that have been shipped.

            • items_total
              number

              The total number of items in the order.

              Example: 1

            • order_is_digital
              boolean

              Whether this is an order for digital products.

            • payment_method
              string

              The payment method for this order. Can be one of the following: Manual, Credit Card, cash, Test Payment Gateway, etc.

              Allowed: Credit Card | Cash | Test Payment Gateway | Manual

            • payment_provider_id

              The external Transaction ID/Payment ID within this order’s payment provider (if a payment provider was used).

              One of:
              Type: string
            • refunded_amount
              string

              The amount refunded from this transaction; always returns 0. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 0.0000

            • shipping_cost_ex_tax
              string

              The value of shipping cost, excluding tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 0.0000

            • shipping_cost_inc_tax
              string

              The value of shipping cost, including tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 0.0000

            • staff_notes
              string

              Any additional notes for staff.

              <= 65535 characters

              Example: Send Saturday

            • status_id
              integer

              The status ID of the order.

            • subtotal_ex_tax
              string

              Override value for subtotal excluding tax. If specified, the field subtotal_inc_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 225.0000

            • subtotal_inc_tax
              string

              Override value for subtotal including tax. If specified, the field subtotal_ex_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 225.0000

            • tax_provider_id
              string

              Read-only. BasicTaxProvider - Tax is set to manual and order is created in the store.

              AvaTaxProvider - Tax is set to automatic and order is created in the store. Used for Avalara.

              "" (empty string) - The order is created with the API, or the tax provider is unknown.

            • customer_locale
              string

              The customer’s locale.

              Example: en

            • external_order_id
              string

              The order ID in another system, such as the Amazon Order ID if this is an Amazon order. After setting it, you can update this field using a POST or PUT request.

              Example: external-order-id

            • total_ex_tax
              string

              Override value for the total, excluding tax. If specified, the field total_inc_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 225.0000

            • total_inc_tax
              string

              Override value for the total, including tax. If specified, the field total_ex_tax is also required. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 225.0000

            • wrapping_cost_ex_tax
              string

              The value of the wrapping cost, excluding tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 0.0000

            • wrapping_cost_inc_tax
              string

              The value of the wrapping cost, including tax. (Float, Float-As-String, Integer)

              Example: 0.0000

              response

              Multiple Items

              Delete All Orders

              DELETE /orders

              Request

              Archives all orders.

              Authentication

              • X-Auth-Token in header
                required

              Parameters

              • store_hash in path - string
              • limit in query - number

                Number of results to return.

              example

              Response

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