Void - ccvoid
The Credit Card Void or
ccvoid transaction removes a Sale, Credit or Force transaction from the open batch. Commonly used for same day returns or to correct cashier mistakes, and can only be performed before the batch is settled.
This section describes the message parameters for Credit Card Void transaction processing, which you can submit using the XML API integration method. Refer to the Integration Methods section for more information.
No funds will be deposited into the merchant’s bank account at Settlement.
In this section:
|Field name||Description||Required||Length||Data type|
Elavon-assigned Converge account ID.
|Converge User ID|
The user ID with Hosted Payment API user status that can send transaction requests through the terminal.
Unique identifier of the terminal that will process the transaction request and submit to the Converge gateway.
Unique identifier of the approved Sale (
The Void transaction returns:
- a new Transaction ID
- the original data such as billing, shipping and custom values
|Transaction Result Message|
Refer to the Payment Card Response Codes section for an extensive list of possible returned messages.
Unique identifier of the transaction.
|Processing Date and Time|
Indicates when Converge processed the transaction.
Format: MM/DD/YYYY hh:mm:ss AM/PM
Example: 03/18/2010 10:34:10 AM
|Transaction Approval Code|
Unique code returned by the credit card processor that indicates the approval status of the transaction.
The invoice number or ticket number sent in the original request. Returned based on merchant setup.
The cardholder’s or customer’s email address. Returned based on merchant setup.
|[Error]||Returned only if an error occurs. Refer to the Error Codes section for more information.|
Typically, when the transaction failed validation or the request is incorrect. This will prevent the transaction from going to authorization. This is a numeric field.
Detailed explanation of the error. This field may be changed based on merchant configuration in the user interface.
Error name or reason for the error.
- In this example, you will have to change the data values, such as
my_pin, and transaction data to match your Converge account and meet the needs of your website.
- Code samples provided are for demonstration only and should not be used for live transactions. All sensitive merchant data, including transaction amounts and your Converge credentials, should be placed in server side code.
<txn> <ssl_merchant_id>my_merchant_id</ssl_merchant_id> <ssl_user_id>my_user_id</ssl_user_id> <ssl_pin>my_pin</ssl_pin> <ssl_test_mode>false</ssl_test_mode> <ssl_transaction_type>ccvoid</ssl_transaction_type> <ssl_txn_id>AA49315-F494FC02-661E-4426-A410- A87F6249F26B</ssl_txn_id> </txn>
<txn> <ssl_result>0</ssl_result> <ssl_approval_code>N07033</ssl_approval_code> <ssl_account_balance>0.00</ssl_account_balance> <ssl_amount>1.00</ssl_amount> <ssl_result_message>APPROVAL</ssl_result_message> <ssl_invoice_number>PO456</ssl_invoice_number> <ssl_description>Purchase</ssl_description> <ssl_txn_id>AA47AD-8B8D1518-FAD3-46AD-A0F4-790652B5617E</ssl_txn_id> <ssl_card_number>00**********0000</ssl_card_number> <ssl_txn_time>07/21/2013 03:15:31 PM</ssl_txn_time> <ssl_avs_response/>A</ssl_avs_response> <ssl_cvv2_response>M</ssl_cvv2_response> </txn>