Class PayoutCreateParams

    • Method Detail

      • getAmount

        public java.lang.Long getAmount()
        A positive integer in cents representing how much to payout.
      • getDescription

        public java.lang.String getDescription()
        An arbitrary string attached to the object. Often useful for displaying to users.
      • getDestination

        public java.lang.String getDestination()
        The ID of a bank account or a card to send the payout to. If no destination is supplied, the default external account for the specified currency will be used.
      • getExpand

        public java.util.List<java.lang.String> getExpand()
        Specifies which fields in the response should be expanded.
      • getExtraParams

        public java.util.Map<java.lang.String,​java.lang.Object> getExtraParams()
        Map of extra parameters for custom features not available in this client library. The content in this map is not serialized under this field's @SerializedName value. Instead, each key/value pair is serialized as if the key is a root-level field (serialized) name in this param object. Effectively, this map is flattened to its parent instance.
      • getMetadata

        public java.util.Map<java.lang.String,​java.lang.String> getMetadata()
        Set of key-value pairs that you can attach to an object. This can be useful for storing additional information about the object in a structured format. Individual keys can be unset by posting an empty value to them. All keys can be unset by posting an empty value to metadata.
      • getSourceType

        public PayoutCreateParams.SourceType getSourceType()
        The balance type of your Stripe balance to draw this payout from. Balances for different payment sources are kept separately. You can find the amounts with the balances API. One of bank_account, card, or fpx.
      • getStatementDescriptor

        public java.lang.String getStatementDescriptor()
        A string to be displayed on the recipient's bank or card statement. This may be at most 22 characters. Attempting to use a statement_descriptor longer than 22 characters will return an error. Note: Most banks will truncate this information and/or display it inconsistently. Some may not display it at all.