put

/merchant/{authMerchantId3}/order/{orderid}/transaction/{transactionid}

Auth with Token should be used where tokenization is in play.

You need to get authorization before you actually capture any funds. An authorization is a response from a financial institution indicating that payment information is valid and funds are available in the payer’s account.

Note that Capture is a separate operation with its own unique endpoint.

An Auth with Token call followed by a Capture call is equivalent to using Pay with Token (ie. Pay = Auth + Capture).

The request model for this call is Authorize. Objects like action, agreement, billing and customer (each with nested fields) are included.

Request Parameters

3 Path Parameters
1 Header

Request Body

1 Example
Schema
object
3DSecureId
string
apiOperation
string
2 validations + required
correlationId
string
lineOfBusiness
string
partnerSolutionId
string
userId
string
action
object
agreement
object
authentication
object
billing
object
constraints
object
currencyConversion
object
customer
object
debtRepayment
object
device
object
externalTokenProvider
object
order
object
posTerminal
object
responseControls
object
risk
object
session
object
shipping
object
sourceOfFunds
object
transaction
object

Responses

1 Example
Schema
object
3DSecureId
string
apiOperation
string
2 validations + required
correlationId
string
lineOfBusiness
string
partnerSolutionId
string
userId
string
action
object
agreement
object
authentication
object
billing
object
constraints
object
currencyConversion
object
customer
object
debtRepayment
object
device
object
externalTokenProvider
object
order
object
posTerminal
object
responseControls
object
risk
object
session
object
shipping
object
sourceOfFunds
object
transaction
object

Send a Test Request

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Path Params
1 path param not set
authMerchantId3
orderid
transactionid
$$.env
2 variables not set
payAuthHeader
transactionId
merchantId
orderId