The Expiry feature ensures seamless management of orders by automatically canceling them if they're not collected within a specified timeframe. This empowers our customers to free up reserved items and streamline their processes effectively.

How it works When an order is placed, a specified fulfillment time is set. If the purchase isn't collected within this timeframe, the expiry feature kicks in, automatically canceling the order and releasing the reserved items.

To activate this feature, the "provisioningTime" value must be passed through the order into the platform. Alternatively, an expiry entity can be created via our API.


Configure the expiry feature by defining a buffer time which is added to the provisioning time to determine the expiry time.

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Expiry Entity

An expiry entity contains all the necessary information to manage the expiration process efficiently. It's closely linked to the order and the process. Once created, the expiry entity is regularly checked, and if the expiry time is reached, the associated process expires.

Read Existing Expiry Entities:

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Create New Entity:

Note: There can only be one expiry entity for each process

Update Existing Entity:

Note: If updated, the expiry time will be recalculated based on the new information.

This comprehensive expiry feature ensures efficient order management and seamless process automation for our customers.

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