GetWithdrawTicket

Category: System Permissions: Operator, Trading Call Type: Synchronous

Returns a single withdrawal ticket that matches all values in the Request. No optional fields; partial matches are not returned.

Request

{
    "OMSId": 1,
    "AccountId": 1,
    "RequestCode": "1d3d01eb-9e7b-47e0-9056-db420bf157ee"
}
KeyValue

OMSId

integer. The ID of the Order Management System through which the withdrawal was made.

AccountId

integer. The ID of the Account from which the withdrawal was made.

RequestCode

string. The GUID assigned by the system to the withdraw ticket on creation. The call GetWithdrawTickets can return a set of RequestCode values to allow you to zero-in on an unknown ticket RequestCode.

Response

{
  "assetManagerId": 0,
  "accountId": 0,
  "assetId": 0,
  "assetName": "",
  "amount": 0.0,
  "templateForm": "{
     “TemplateType”: “TetherRPCWithdraw”,
     “Comment”: “TestWithdraw”,
     “ExternalAddress”: “ms6C3pKAAr8gRCcnVebs8VRkVrjcvqNYv3”, 
     }",
   "templateFormType": "ThetherRPCWithdraw",
   "omsId": 0,
   "requestCode": "490b4fa3-53fc-44f4-bd29-7e16be86fba3",
   "requestIP": "",
   "requestUserId": 0,
   "requestUserName": "",
   "operatorId": 0,
   "Status": 0,
   "feeAmt": 0.0,
   "updatedByUser": 0,
   "updatedByUserName": "",
   "ticketNumber": 0,
   "createdTimestamp": "0001-01-01T00:00:00",
   "lastUpdateTimestamp": "0001-01-01T00:00:00",
   "Comments": "[
      {
        "commentId": 0,
        "enteredBy": 0,
        "enteredDateTime": "0001-01-01T00:00:00",
        "comment": "",
        "operatorId": 0,
        "omsId": 0,
        "ticketCode": "",
        "ticketId": 0
       }
     ]",
    "Attachments": "[
       {
         "attachmentId": 0,
         "submittedByUserId": 0,
         "submittedByUserName": "",
         "uploadDate": "0001-01-01T00:00:00",
         "uploadIP": "",
         "ticketNumber": 0
        }
     ]",
    "AuditLog": "[]"
}
KeyValue

assetManagerId

integer. The ID of the Asset Manager through which the withdrawal was made.

accountId

integer. The ID of the account that made the withdrawal.

assetId

integer. The ID of the asset (product) that was withdrawn. Withdrawal fees (if any) are usually assessed in the same asset that was withdrawn.

assetName

string. The short name of the asset. For example, BTC for BitCoin or USD for US Dollars.

amount

real. The number of units or fractions of units of the asset that were withdrawn (not the asset's monetary value). For example, 2.5 BitCoin or 2018.00 US Dollars.

templateForm

JSON string object. The contents of the template form vary from Account Provider to Account Provider depending on the asset being withdrawn and the identity of the Account Provider. The Response returns this information as a string, not an object.

templateFormType

string. The name of the template being used. Templates vary from Account Provider to Account Provider.

omsId

integer. The ID of the Order Management System on which the withdrawal was made.

requestCode

string. A globally unique identifier (GUID) that identifies this specific withdrawal.

requestIP

string. The IP address from which the withdrawal was initiated.

requestUserId

integer. The user ID of the user who submitted the withdrawal.

requestUserName

string. The user name of the user who submitted the withdrawal. For example, jsmith.

operatorId

integer. The ID of the administrator (operator) who processed the withdrawal. Withdrawals of cryptocurrency are handled automatically; withdrawals of fiat (national) currency are approved by a human operator.

Status

integer. The current status of the withdrawal ticket. Some of these statuses are valid only for cryptocurrency withdrawals, which uses an automated withdrawal process, and some are valid for fiat currency withdrawals, which requires a human admin (operator). Some of these statuses are used by AlphaPoint internally, yet they may appear on a returned Withdraw Ticket. Withdraw ticket statuses: 0 New (awaiting operator review) 1 AdminProcessing (An admin is looking at the ticket) 2 Accepted (withdrawal will proceed) 3 Rejected (admin or automatic rejection) 4 SystemProcessing (automatic processing underway) 5 FullyProcessed (the withdrawal has concluded) 6 Failed (the withdrawal failed for some reason) 7 Pending (the admin has placed the withdrawal in pending status) 8 Pending2Fa (user must click 2-factor authentication confirmation link) 9 AutoAccepted (withdrawal will be automatically processed) 10 Delayed (waiting for funds to be allocated for the withdrawal) 11 UserCanceled (withdraw canceled by user or Superuser) 12 AdminCanceled (withdraw canceled by Superuser) 13 AmlProcessing (anti-money-laundering process underway) 14 AmlAccepted (anti-money-laundering process complete) 15 AmlRejected (withdrawal did not stand up to anti-money-laundering process) 16 AmlFailed (withdrawal did not complete anti-money-laundering process) 17 LimitsAccepted (withdrawal meets limits for fiat or crypto asset) 18 LimitsRejected (withdrawal does not meet limits for fiat or crypto asset) 19 Submitted (withdrawal sent to Account Provider; awaiting blockchain confirmation) 20 Confirmed (Account Provider confirms that withdrawal is on the blockchain) 21 ManuallyConfirmed (admin has sent withdrawal via wallet or admin function directly; marks ticket as FullyProcessed; debits account) 22 Confirmed2Fa (user has confirmed withdraw via 2-factor authentication.)

feeAmt

real. The amount of any fee that was charged for the withdrawal. feeAmt is always denominated in the asset or product that was withdrawn.

updatedByUser

integer. The user ID of the most recent user who may have updated the withdrawal ticket. This user is usually an admin (operator).

updatedByUserName

string. The user name of the most recent user who may have updated the withdrawal ticket. This user is usually an admin (operator).

ticketNumber

integer. The number of the ticket, as assigned by the system.

createdTimeStamp

string. The time and date when the withdrawal ticket was created, in Microsoft Ticks format. All times and dates are UTC.

lastUpdateTimeStamp

string. The time and date when the withdrawal ticket was last updated, in Microsoft Ticks format. All times and dates are UTC.

Comments

array of JSON string objects. An array of key-value pairs appended as comments to the withdrawal ticket. See Comments example.

Attachments

array of JSON string objects. An array of any attachments appended to the withdrawal ticket. See Attachments example.

AuditLog

array of JSON string objects. Reserved for future use.

Comments Example

Comments Example

"Comments":"[
  {
    "commentId": 0,
    "enteredBy": 0,
    "enteredDateTime": "0001-01-01T00:00:00",
    "comment": "",
    "operatorId": 0,
    "omsId": 0,
    "ticketCode": "",
    "ticketId": 0
  }
]",

Comments appear as an array.

KeyValue

commentId

integer. The ID assigned to the comment by the system.

enteredBy

integer. The ID of the user who entered the comment.

enteredDateTime

string. The time and date that the comment was entered, in Microsoft Ticks format. All times and dates are UTC.

comment

string. The text of the comment.

operatorId

integer. The ID of the admin (operator) making the comment.

omsId

integer. The ID of the Order Management System where the withdrawal ticket and comment were created. (They are unlikely to be different).

ticketCode

string. A globally unique ID (GUID) assigned by the system that identifies the ticket.

ticketId

integer. The ID of the ticket as assigned by the system.

Attachments Example

Attachments Example

"Attachments":"[
  {
    "attachmentId": 0,
    "submittedByUserId": 0,
    "submittedByUserName": "",
    "uploadDate": "0001-01-01T00:00:00",
    "uploadIP": "",
    "ticketNumber": 0
  }
]",

Any attachments appear as an array.

KeyValue

attachmentId

integer. The ID assigned to the attachment by the system.

submittedByUserId

integer. The user ID of the person who added the attachment to the withdrawal ticket.

submittedByUserName

integer. The user name of the person who submitted the attachment.

uploadDate

string. The date and time that the attachment was uploaded, in Microsoft Ticks format. All times and dates are UTC.

uploadIP

string. The IP address from which the attachment was uploaded.

ticketNumber

long integer. The number of the withdrawal ticket, as assigned by the system.

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