get

/order/get-fulfill

Returns all orders that currently require fulfillment. This API takes no parameters but may require pagination if the number of orders is too large.

Returns

Returns a list of all order that currently require fulfillment that’s updated since since (UTC). If the list of orders is longer than limit the results will require pagination

Request Body

Schema
object
access_token
string

Your access token

required
limit
number

A limit on the number of products that can be returned. Limit can range from 1 to 500 items and the default is 50

3 validations
start
number

An offset into the list of returned items. Use 0 to start at the beginning. The API will return the requested number of items starting at this offset. Default to 0 if not supplied

1 validation
since
string

Collect all the orders that have been updated since the time value passed into this parameter (UTC). Fetches from beginning of time if not specified. We accept 2 formats, one with precision down to day and one with precision down to seconds. Example: Jan 20th, 2014 is “2014-01-20”, Jan 20th, 2014 20:10:20 is “2014-01-20T20:10:20”

Responses

Schema
object
code
number

Contains the status code for the request, 0 means success and any other number implies a failure

1 validation + required
message
string

Sometimes will store a human readable status message to aid in debugging. It is generally used only for errors

required
data
array[object]
paging
object

If the number of results exceeds the limit for the request, this parameter will aid the client in paging to collect all the results

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