Transactions

The line items related to your earnings and payouts.

In this section

  • AppCharge — A charge created through an app.

  • AppCredit — A credit issued to a merchant for an app. Merchants are entitled to app credits under certain circumstances, such as when a paid app subscription is downgraded partway through its billing cycle.

  • AppCreditEvent — An event involving an app credit.

  • AppOneTimeSale — A transaction corresponding to a one-time app charge.

  • AppPurchaseOneTime — A one-time app charge for services and features purchased once by a store. For example, a one-time migration of a merchant’s data from one platform to another.

  • AppPurchaseOneTimeEvent — An app event for a one-time app charge.

  • AppSaleAdjustment — A transaction corresponding to a refund, downgrade, or adjustment of an app charge.

  • AppSaleCredit — A transaction corresponding to an app credit.

  • AppSubscriptionEvent — An event related to an app subscription charge.

  • AppSubscriptionSale — A transaction corresponding to an app subscription charge.

  • AppUsageRecord — An app charge. This charge varies based on how much the merchant uses the app or a service that the app integrates with.

  • AppUsageRecordEvent — An app event for an app usage charge.

  • AppUsageSale — A transaction corresponding to an app usage charge.

  • LegacyTransaction — A transaction of a type that is no longer supported.

  • ReferralAdjustment — A transaction corresponding to a shop referral adjustment.

  • ReferralCategory — The referral type.

  • ReferralTransaction — A transaction corresponding to a shop referral.

  • ServiceSale — A transaction corresponding to a paid invoice for a service.

  • ServiceSaleAdjustment — A transaction corresponding to a refund, downgrade, or adjustment of a service sale.

  • TaxTransaction — Tax transactions are not computed for pending transactions. Instead, they’re rolled up as one transaction per payout. The type of tax and the way it’s computed is dependent on the type of transaction. For sale transactions, such as app subscriptions or theme purchases, Shopify charges the Partner tax on the fee collected for brokering the transaction. The amount is a negative number in this scenario. For referral transactions, such as a development store transfer, Shopify pays the Partner a commission. The tax represents any taxes on the referral commission that are payable to the Partner. The amount is a positive number in this scenario.

  • TaxTransactionType — The tax model applied to the transaction, based on the transaction type.

  • ThemeSale — A transaction corresponding to a theme purchase.

  • ThemeSaleAdjustment — A transaction corresponding to a refund, downgrade, or adjustment of a theme sale.

  • Transaction — A Shopify Partner transaction.