Class PriceUpdateParams

    • Method Detail

      • getActive

        public java.lang.Boolean getActive()
        Whether the price can be used for new purchases. Defaults to true.
      • 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.
      • getLookupKey

        public java.lang.Object getLookupKey()
        A lookup key used to retrieve prices dynamically from a static string. This may be up to 200 characters.
      • getMetadata

        public java.lang.Object 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.
      • getNickname

        public java.lang.Object getNickname()
        A brief description of the price, hidden from customers.
      • getRecurring

        public java.lang.Object getRecurring()
        The recurring components of a price such as interval and usage_type.
      • getTaxBehavior

        public PriceUpdateParams.TaxBehavior getTaxBehavior()
        Specifies whether the price is considered inclusive of taxes or exclusive of taxes. One of inclusive, exclusive, or unspecified. Once specified as either inclusive or exclusive, it cannot be changed.
      • getTransferLookupKey

        public java.lang.Boolean getTransferLookupKey()
        If set to true, will atomically remove the lookup key from the existing price, and assign it to this price.