Request to retrieve operations performed in the payment platform for specific merchant projects.
Array of one or more project IDs. If array is omitted, the payment platform returns information for all projects accessible for the user account which is associated with the token specified in the token parameter.
Time period with start and end times for which to retrieve data. By default, the response returns operations most recently completed.
Name of time zone for the time period, for example UTC or Indian/Mauritius. Time zone affects what operations will be selected for the time period specified in the interval object and the format of time parameters in the response—operation_created_at and operation_completed_at. Time zone name must be one of the names in the IANA time zone database.
Number of entries to return per request. Maximum and default value is 1000.
Pagination start offset. Specifies the number of entries to skip, before starting to return entries. Default value is 0.
Operation type[s]. One or more operation types supported by the ECommPay payment platform. The operation_type variable can be passed as an array (if you need to pass one or more values) and as a string (if you need to pass a single value).
Operation status[es]. One or more operation statuses supported by the ECommPay payment platform. The operation_status variable can be passed as an array (if you need to pass one or more values) and as a string (if you need to pass a single value).
Unique customer identifier[s]. One or more unique identifiers of customers in your project. The customer_id variable can be passed as an array (if you need to pass one or more values) and as a string (if you need to pass a single value).
Token generated in ECommPay Dashboard for user account.
An array of one or more parameter names the values of which are needed to be returned for each operation in the response. In the array, the parameter names must be enclosed in matching quotation marks and separated by commas and can be specified in an arbitrary order (for example, operation_id, payment_id, project_id). However, in the response the parameter values are returned in the fixed order which, together with the list of parameters, is defined in the response specification. If the array is omitted, then the response contains the values of the required parameters for each operation.
Digital signature generated by using secret key associated with the token specified in the token parameter.
List of operations with operation details.
Digital signature generated by using secret key (salt) of ECommPay Dashboard user account. The payment platform uses the same key that was previously used to sign the request.