Status follows the progress of a payment order through its life cycle:
ServerNotificationUrl subscribers will receive automatic notification of some of these changes in status. For further information, see the Server-to-server notifications section
The retailer has created the payment order. The retailer must redirect the user to the payment page URL provided in our response (PaymentPageUrl).
The customer is currently entering the necessary payment identifiers. The retailer must wait for payment to be completed, i.e. when the user is redirected to the ReturnUrl, AbortedUrl or ErrorUrl pages, AND/OR when notification is received from ServerNotificationUrl. If the user no longer responds, we give the payment order Aborted status after a maximum lead time of 120 minutes. Note that you must call the PaymentOrder/Detail web service if the ReturnUrl was entered manually in order to check the payment result securely.
The customer has clicked on Cancel or closed the browser.
One of the payment methods involved in the transaction has refused the payment.
A processing error has occurred.
The customer has confirmed the payment and all payment methods have authorized the payment.
The customer has confirmed the payment but one of the payment methods involved requires more time to confirm authorisation. The retailer must wait for the status to change.
The retailer has cancelled the entire order.
The entire order amount has been charged, or part of the order amount charged and the remainder cancelled.
The entire order amount has been charged, or part of the order amount charged and the remainder cancelled. The entire amount charged has then been refunded.