User Interface: View Transaction

To view a specific transaction go to Extensions > Payments > Square > Edit > Transactions and click on the "View" icon of a transaction. You will be redirected to a page containing all relevant transaction data:

  • Transaction ID: The Square transaction ID. It is a link that leads to the transaction in your Square dashboard.
  • Merchant ID: The Merchant ID to which this transaction has been made.
  • Order ID: The Order ID of the transaction. This is a link leading to the detailed order information.
  • Transaction Type: The type of Square transaction:
    • Authorized: The card transaction has been authorized but not yet captured.
    • Captured: The card transaction was authorized and subsequently captured (i.e., completed).
    • Voided: The card transaction was authorized and subsequently voided (i.e., canceled).
    • Failed: The card transaction failed.
    • Fully Refunded: A full refund was issued for this transaction and it has been processed.
    • Fully Refunded (Refund Pending): A full refund was issued for this transaction, but it has not yet been processed.
    • Partially Refunded: A partial refund was issued for this transaction and it has been processed.
    • Partially Refunded (Refund Pending): A partial refund was issued for this transaction, but it has not yet been processed.
  • Amount: The monetary amount of this transaction, displayed with a floating-point. Example: 98.00
    • If the transaction is Authorized there will be Capture and Void buttons at the top of the page.
    • If the transaction is Captured there will be a Refund button at the top of the page.
  • Billing company: The company field from the billing address.
  • Billing street: The street field from the billing address.
  • Billing City: The city field from the billing address.
  • Billing ZIP: The post code field from the billing address.
  • Billing Province/State: The province field from the billing address.
  • Billing Country: The ISO 3166-1-alpha-2 country code from the billing address.
  • Customer User Agent: The user agent (browser) of your customer.
  • Customer IP: The IP address from which this transaction was made.
  • Date Created: Date and time when transaction was made.
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