An Order represents a business transaction between two parties. It typically consists of a collection of Line Items, a Payment Method, Tax and Shipping information, etc. The OrderCloud platform defines various "actions" that can be performed against Orders, such as Submit, Approve, Ship, etc. These actions transform the state of the order and often trigger external events such as financial transactions.

Get a list of orders.
Create a new order.
Get a single order.
Create or update an order.
Delete an order.
Partially update an order.
Get a list of order approvals.
Approve an order approve.
Set a billing address.
Partially update an order billing address.
Cancel an order cancel.
Complete an order
Decline an order decline.
Get a list of order eligible approvers.
Forward an order forward.
Override order creator details.
Get a list of order promotions.
Add a promotion to an order
Remove a promotion from an order
Create a new shipment containing all items on an order.
List shipments for an order
Set a shipping address.
Partially update an order shipping address.
Split an order split.
Submit an order submit.
Validate an order in its current state