Get a list of not completed and cancelled point of sale transactions.
This is a special integration with Berlin POS. When a sale in progress is cancelled (by clicking the red "trash can" button), the items that had been scanned so far get recorded as a "cancelled sale". If Berlin POS is configured to automatically delete pending sales at the end of a shift, these deleted documentsget recorded as "sales not completed".
This API call returns both of these records.
|Parameter name||Description||Possible value||Required|
|startTimestamp||Specify the beginning of the time range.||Integer (Unix timestamp)||yes|
|endTimestamp||Specify the end of the time range.||Integer (Unix timestamp)||yes|
|pointOfSaleID||Optionally retrieve information about one specific register only. When omitted, records from all registers are returned.||Integer|
|recordsOnPage||Number of records API should return. By default 20, at most 100.||Integer|
|pageNo||API returns at most recordsOnPage items at a time. To retrive the next recordsOnPage items, send a new request with pageNo incremented by one. By default, API returns "page 1".||Integer|
|transactionID||Integer||An identifier for the cancelled / not completed transaction.|
|pointOfSaleID||Integer||Register where the transaction was made.|
|timestamp||Integer (Unix timestamp)||Time of deletion or cancelling. (Note that this makes sense for cancelled transactions only. "Not completed" transactions are all deleted at the end of the shift. The timestamp refers to the time of deletion, and does not indicate when that transaction was started.)|
|type||String||Possible values: "CANCELLED", "NOT_COMPLETED".|
|transactionTotal||Decimal||Total value of the transaction — in account's default currency, with VAT.|