Name of the transaction status. The possible values are:
Waiting for capture.
The transaction has been accepted and will be automatically captured by the bank on the due date.
To be validated.
The transaction, created with manual validation, is authorized. The merchant must manually validate the capture in the bank. The transaction can be validated as long as the capture date has not passed. If the capture date has passed, the payment status changes to Expired (unless definitive).
Waiting for authorization.
The requested capture date exceeds the authorization request expiration date.
An authorization of 1 EUR (or information request about the CB network if the acquirer supports it) has been made and accepted by the issuing bank. The authorization request and the capture will be triggered automatically.
To be validated and authorized.
The requested capture date exceeds the expiry date of the authorization request.
An authorization of 1 EUR (or information request about the CB network if the acquirer supports it) has been made and accepted by the issuing bank. An authorization request for the total amount will be automatically made on D-1 before the capture date. The payment might be accepted or rejected. The capture is automatic.
Transaction has been declined.
The transaction has been captured by the bank.
The transaction has been canceled by the merchant.
The capture date has passed but the merchant has not validated the transaction.
For PayPal transactions, this value means that PayPal withholds the transaction for suspected fraud.
The payment will remain in the Transactions in progress tab until the verification process has been completed. The transaction will then take one of the following statuses: AUTHORISED or CANCELED.
A notification will be sent to the merchant to warn them about the status change (Instant Payment Notification on batch change).
Status of a verification type transaction (creation or update of a token).
The authorization or information request has been accepted.