The Id of the line item on the payment.
Version number of the object. It is used to lock an object for use by one app at a time. As soon as an application modifies an object, its SyncToken is incremented. Attempts to modify an object specifying an older SyncToken fails. Only the latest version of the object is maintained by QuickBooks Online.
The time the record was created.
The time the record was last updated.
The date entered by the user when this transaction occurred.
The private note about the transaction. This note will not appear on the transaction records by default.
The status of the transaction. For Payment entities, this status is always set to PAID.
The Id of a linked transaction in the line item.
The type of the transaction linked to the line item.
The description of the line item.
The transaction tax code.
Total tax calculated for the transaction, excluding any tax lines manually inserted into the transaction line list.
An XML aggregate of tax line items.
The name of the customer.
This field contains the Id of the entity for the party or location that the payment is to be remitted to or sent to.
A name that identifies the party or location that the payment is to be remitted to or sent to.
Reference to the Accounts Receivable (Accounts Receivable account) account associated with the transaction. It is strongly recommended to always supply this field, even though it is ignored by QuickBooks Online, because QuickBooks Online has only one accounts receivable account.
Reference to the ARAccount (Accounts Receivable account) associated with the transaction. It is strongly recommended to always supply an ARAccountRef even though it is ignored by QBO, because QBO has only one accounts receivable account.
An optional asset account specification to designate the account the payment money needs to be deposited to.
The optional asset account specification to designate the account the payment money needs to be deposited to.
The Id of the payment method.
The name of the payment method.
The allowed values are Cash, Check, CreditCard, Other.
The reference number for the payment received.
Holds credit card information to request a credit card payment from a merchant account service, but not any response or authorization information from the merchant account service provider.
The credit card account number, as printed on the card. This field must not have white space or formatting characters.
The name of the account holder, as printed on the card.
The expiration month on the card.
4-digit expiration year on the card.
The code associated with commercial cards such as purchase, corporate, or business cards. Lower transaction fee rates apply for these cards when this field is defined.
Credit card transaction mode used in credit card payment transactions.
The allowed values are CardNotPresent, CardPresent.
The type of credit card transaction.
The allowed values are Authorization, Capture, Charge, Refund, VoiceAuthorization.
Id of the previous payment transaction.
This field indicates the total amount of the entity associated. This includes the total of all the payments from the payment details.
This field indicates the amount that has not been applied to pay amounts owed for sales transactions.
This field indicates that the payment should be processed by merchant account service. This field is valid for QuickBooks Online companies with credit card processing.
The Id of the currency used in the transaction.
The name of the currency used in the transaction.
Currency exchange rate. This field is valid only if the company file is set up to use the multicurrency feature. In QuickBooks, exchange rates are always recorded as the number of home currency units it takes to equal one foreign currency unit. This field is available for the UK, AU, IN, and CA editions.