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Place an order

Overview

Use this method to place an order.

Requirements

This method requires you to set a specific partner using setPartner.

Parameters

Parameter Type/Description
sessionID Required (string)
  Session identifier, which is the output of the Login method. An exception is thrown if the values are incorrect.
productId Required (integer)
  Unique product identifier from the 2Checkout system.
pricingListCode Required (string)
  The unique identifier of a partner price list.
quantity Optional (integer)
 

Defines the amount of product units to be ordered. If no quantity info is provided, the minimum available number of units is included in the order.

 

If the quantity provided is not available for purchase, such as in the case of volume discounts, en error message is displayed.

 

When NULL, quantity = 1 is added automatically.

priceOptions Optional (StringArray)
 

Array of price options codes. If no price options info is provided, the default, required pricing options of the product are ordered. These identifiers mark the individual options inside pricing options configuration groups.

 

Can be NULL.

Parameters

Parameters Type/Description
sessionID Required (String)
  Session identifier, which is the output of the Login method. An exception is thrown if the values are incorrect.

Response

Parameters Type/Description
Order Object

Request

<?php

require('PATH_TO_AUTH'); // Authentication example: https://knowledgecenter.avangate.com/Integration/Channel_Manager_API/SOAP/02Authentication
require('PATH_TO_setPartner'); // setPartner example: https://knowledgecenter.avangate.com/Integration/Channel_Manager_API/SOAP/06Reference/Partner/00Set_partner
require('PATH_TO_addProduct'); // addProduct example: https://knowledgecenter.avangate.com/Integration/Channel_Manager_API/SOAP/06Reference/08Place_an_order/00Add_product_to_cart

try {
    $Order= $client->placeOrder ($sessionID);
} catch (SoapFault $e) {
    echo "PlacedOrder: " . $e->getMessage();
    exit;
}
var_dump ("PlacedOrder", $Order);

 

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