All about Razorpay Orders, their states and Dashboard actions.
Order is an important step of the payment life cycle at Razorpay. When a customer clicks the pay button on your website or app, an order is created with a unique identifier. This contains details such as the transaction amount and currency. The order id secures the payment request and one cannot tamper with the order amount. Pass this order id to the Razorpay Checkout.
You need to integrate your server with Orders API before proceeding with Razorpay Payment Gateway integration on your website or app.
- Single successful payment bound to an order. Prevents multiple payments.
- Quick and easy query in the database. Combines multiple payment attempts for a single order.
Following are the various states of an order:
|When a new order is created, it is in the
created state. It stays in this state until payment is attempted on it.
|An order moves from
attempted state when payment is first attempted on it. It remains in the
attempted state until a payment associated with that order is captured.
|After the payment is captured successfully, the order moves to the
paid state. No further payment requests are allowed once the order moves to the
paid state. The order continues to be in the
paid state even if the payment associated with the order is refunded.
Following is a pictorial representation of how order and payment flows are closely related:
Perform the following actions using the Razorpay Dashboard:
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