Retrieve Specific Charge

The Retrieve Specific Charge request enables you to retrieve details about one existing charge.


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Request Content

Enter the transaction ID into the query string of the web service URL, in the format: services/2/recurring/subscriptions/charges/resolve?transactionid={transaction ID}

For example: services/2/recurring/subscriptions/charges/resolve?transactionid=1011791571

Response Details

If successful, the response HTTP status code is 200 OK. The response contains the retrieved charge resource.


Examples

Request Examples

curl -v -X GET https://sandbox.bluesnap.com/services/2/recurring/subscriptions/charges/resolve?transactionid=1012460801 \
-H 'Content-Type: application/xml' \
-H 'Authorization: Basic dXNlcm5hbWU6cGFzc3dvcmQ='

Response Examples

HTTP/ 1.1 200 OK

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
<charge xmlns="http://ws.plimus.com">
  <charge-id>12116263</charge-id>
  <subscription-id>8491535</subscription-id>
  <plan-id>2283845</plan-id>
  <vaulted-shopper-id>21188039</vaulted-shopper-id>
  <transaction-id>1012460801</transaction-id>
  <transaction-date>2016-08-01</transaction-date>
  <amount>100.00</amount>
  <currency>USD</currency>
  <soft-descriptor>BLS&#x2a;default_descriptor</soft-descriptor>
  <payment-source>
    <credit-card-info>
      <credit-card>
        <card-last-four-digits>1111</card-last-four-digits>
        <card-type>VISA</card-type>
        <card-sub-type>CREDIT</card-sub-type>
        <card-category>CLASSIC</card-category>
        <expiration-month>07</expiration-month>
        <expiration-year>2023</expiration-year>
      </credit-card>
    </credit-card-info>
  </payment-source>
  <charge-info>
    <from-date>2016-08-01</from-date>
    <to-date>2016-08-15</to-date>
    <charge-type>INITIAL</charge-type>
  </charge-info>
</charge>

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To test out a call, enter an existing transaction ID (e.g. 1014953379) in the transactionid field. This will automatically insert the transaction ID into the query string.

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