Contains details about how to fulfill this order.
Orders can only be created with at most one fulfillment using the API. However, orders returned by the Orders API might contain multiple fulfillments because sellers can create multiple fulfillments using Square products such as Square Online.
Read only Describes what order line items this fulfillment applies to.
It can be
ENTRY_LIST with a supplied list of fulfillment entries.
Read only A list of entries pertaining to the fulfillment of an order. Each entry must reference
uid for an order line item in the
line_item_uid field, as well as a
Multiple entries can reference the same line item
uid, as long as the total quantity among
all fulfillment entries referencing a single line item does not exceed the quantity of the
order's line item itself.
An order cannot be marked as
COMPLETED before all fulfillments are
FAILED. Fulfillments can be created and completed independently
before order completion.
Application-defined data attached to this fulfillment. Metadata fields are intended
to store descriptive references or associations with an entity in another system or store brief
information about the object. Square does not process this field; it only stores and returns it
in relevant API calls. Do not use metadata to store any sensitive information (such as personally
identifiable information or card details).
Keys written by applications must be 60 characters or less and must be in the character set
[a-zA-Z0-9_-]. Entries can also include metadata generated by Square. These keys are prefixed
with a namespace, separated from the key with a ':' character.
Values have a maximum length of 255 characters.
An application can have up to 10 entries per metadata field.
Entries written by applications are private and can only be read or modified by the same
For more information, see Metadata.
Contains details for a pickup fulfillment. These details are required when the fulfillment
Contains details for a shipment fulfillment. These details are required when the fulfillment type
A shipment fulfillment's relationship to fulfillment
PROPOSED: A shipment is requested.
RESERVED: Fulfillment accepted. Shipment processing.
PREPARED: Shipment packaged. Shipping label created.
COMPLETED: Package has been shipped.
CANCELED: Shipment has been canceled.
FAILED: Shipment has failed.