OrderTransactionsFind Endpoint


Sometimes you just need to find a transaction to do something unique with it.  This endpoint allows you to find a specific transaction in your store.


The following pre-requisites will be necessary to accomplish the goals of this article:

  • General understanding of REST and API’s
  • Understanding of C# and/or JavaScript
  • Visual Studio 2012 or newer

Getting Started

You should already have a project open and ready to accept code to allow you to use this REST API endpoint.  You should also have one or more transactions created so that you can successfully find one.


This REST API endpoint allows you to find an order transaction in your store. 

Example URL

This is what the REST endpoint will look like if you are calling it using JavaScript.  See our REST API URL documentation for more information.


BVIN is the transaction ID as described in the parameters below.

HTTP Method



Parameter Description
bvin This is the unique ID of the order transaction that you wish to find


If successful, this endpoint will return a populated OrderTransactionDTO object in JSON format.  Otherwise, you should have one or more errors returned.  

Example Code

The following code will allow you to successfully call this endpoint, provided that you have enabled it.

Project References

  • Hotcakes.CommerceDTO

Import Namespaces

  • Hotcakes.CommerceDTO.v1
  • Hotcakes.CommerceDTO.v1.Client
  • Hotcakes.CommerceDTO.v1.Orders


string url = "http://example.com";
string key = "YOUR-API-KEY";

Api proxy = new Api(url, key);

// specify the transaction to look for
// (uses a built-in method to convert a string to GUID)
var transactionId = DataTypeHelper.BvinToGuid("BFB52845-8DB7-4336-9635-2574EF7A78DA");

// call the API to find the transaction
ApiResponse<OrderTransactionDTO> response = proxy.OrderTransactionsFind(transactionId);
// your domain name
var url = "http://example.com"; 
// the path where the API is
var apiPath = "/DesktopModules/Hotcakes/API/rest/v1/";  
// endpoint as shown in the documentation
var endPoint = "ordertransactions";  
// get this from the store admin
var apiKey = "YOUR-API-KEY";

$(document).ready(function() {

    // specify the transaction to look for
    var transactionId = "BFB52845-8DB7-4336-9635-2574EF7A78DA";

    // call the API to find the transaction
        dataType: "json",
        url: url + apiPath + endPoint + "/" + transactionId + "?key=" + apiKey,
        type: 'GET',
        success: function (data) {
            // do something
        error: function (jqXHR, textStatus) {
           // do something else


      "Messages":"Successfull accepted the PO for this transaction",
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