The order lifecycle
Learn about the order lifecycle
The following lists an order's enumerated
statevalues and the events associated with each state change. These state transitions are listed in the approximate sequence they might occur in an order's lifecycle:
(1) When the order...
(2) state transitions to...
(3) and an ... event is emitted.
charge is capturable, but the order requires further fraud review, and, as a result, is still not ready to fulfill
charge is capturable, has passed fraud review or the Denied Parties List (DPL), and is ready to fulfill
the order charge is complete
An order must also pass through fraud review. When exactly this review occurs in an order's lifecycle depends on the payment method used by the customer. The different stages of the review are represented by
fraudState, whose enumerated values are
fraudStatechanges, an event is created.