Order copies generate asynchronously a copy of a source order and all of its associated line items, line item options, payment source (if stored within the customer wallet) and addresses.
They can be used standalone to allow orders editing (no matter their state) or generated recursively as part of an order subscription, in which case they are usually automatically placed according to a specified frequency.
You can set different options, based on how you want the order copy process to be performed:
place_target_order — the copied order is going to be placed at the end of the process; default for order subscriptions.
cancel_source_order — the source order is going to be cancelled at the end of the process.
An order copy object is returned as part of the response body of each successful list, retrieve or create API call.
The order copy unique identifier
The order copy endpoint URL
The order copy status. One of 'pending' (default), 'in_progress', 'failed', or 'completed'.
Time at which the order copy was started.
Time at which the order copy was completed.
Time at which the order copy has failed.
Indicates if the target order must be placed upon copy.
Indicates if the source order must be cancelled upon copy.
Indicates if the payment source within the source order customer's wallet must be copied.
Contains the order copy errors, if any.
Indicates the number of copy errors, if any.
Time at which the resource was created.
Time at which the resource was last updated.
A string that you can use to add any external identifier to the resource. This can be useful for integrating the resource to an external system, like an ERP, a marketing tool, a CRM, or whatever.
Any identifier of the third party system that defines the reference code
Set of key-value pairs that you can attach to the resource. This can be useful for storing additional information about the resource in a structured format.
The source order to copy from.
The copied target order.
The associated order subscription.
The resource environment (can be one of