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AuctionCheckoutComplete Handler

Does anyone have an example/sample of how to accept the AuctionCheckoutComplete notification post? can't find any examples of this.

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Hi @wxlkev,

AuctionCheckoutComplete event sent to the subscribed seller when the winning bidder or buyer has paid for the auction or fixed-price item and completed the checkout process. You do not need to accept the offer for this notification.Please see of the supported event type and their use case here:

https://developer.ebay.com/devzone/xml/docs/reference/ebay/extra/stntfctnprfrncs.rqst.evntprprty.evnttyp.html


To know more about working with and responding to notifications, please go through the guide given below

Ref: https://developer.ebay.com/DevZone/guides/features-guide/content/notifications/Notifications.html


Best regards,
eBay Developer Support

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