Query details about a specific Transaction's items using the GetTransactionDetails API.
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The only filter supported by the PayPal API is TransactionId, which is required. The cmdlet processes other filters client side within the cmdlet.
You can turn off the client-side execution of the query by setting SupportEnhancedSQL to false.
For example, the following queries are processed server side and retrieve details for a specific Transaction.
Warning: Requesting all TransactionItems for all transactions could take a long time depending on the number of transactions.
SELECT * FROM TransactionItems WHERE TransactionId='4W92068757818534U' SELECT * FROM TransactionItems WHERE TransactionId IN('4W92068757818534U', '0TM835405G491863M') SELECT * FROM TransactionItems WHERE TransactionId IN (SELECT Id FROM Transactions)
|TransactionID||String||Unique transaction Id of the payment.|
|EbayItemTxnId||String||The eBay auction transaction Id of the item that you use to identify items that the buyer purchased.|
|ItemName||String||Item name set by you or entered by the customer.|
|ItemNumber||Integer||Item number set by you. If this was a shopping cart transaction, PayPal appends the number of the item to the HTML item_number variable, for example, item_number1, item_number2, and so forth.|
|Quantity||Integer||Quantity set by you or entered by the buyer.|
|CouponId||String||Coupon identification number.|
|CouponAmount||Decimal||Amount (value) of the coupon.|
|ItemAmount||Decimal||Cost of the item.|
|CouponAmountCurrency||String||Currency of the coupon amount, e.g., a 3-character currency code.|
|SalesTax||Decimal||Amount of tax charged on payment for this item.|