Updates a sweep. When updating a sweep resource, note that if a request parameter is not provided, the parameter is left unchanged.
The unique identifier of the sweep.
The unique identifier of the balance account.
The type of sweep.
bank: Sweep to a transfer instrument
internal: Transfer to another balance account within your platform.
The destination or the source of the funds, depending on the
merchantAccount is required.
The three-character ISO currency code in uppercase. For example, EUR.
The sweep currency must match any of the balances currencies.
The message that will be used in the sweep transfer's description body with a maximum length of 140 characters.
If the message is longer after replacing placeholders, the message will be cut off at 140 characters.
The priority for the bank transfer. This sets the speed at which the transfer is sent and the fees that you have to pay. Required for sweeps with
Some transfer routes have an amount limit. The sweep will be executed using the first priority that leads to a valid route given the sweep amount.All supplied priorities need to lead to a valid route at time of configuration given the sweep currency and counterparty details.
regular: For normal, low-value transactions.
fast: Faster way to transfer funds but has higher fees. Recommended for high-priority, low-value transactions.
wire: Fastest way to transfer funds but has the highest fees. Recommended for high-priority, high-value transactions.
instant: Instant way to transfer funds in SEPA countries.
crossBorder: High-value transfer to a recipient in a different country.
internal: Transfer to an Adyen-issued business bank account (by bank account number/IBAN).
The schedule when the
triggerAmount is evaluated. If the balance meets the threshold, funds are pushed out of or pulled in to the balance account.
The status of the sweep. If not provided, by default, this is set to active.
active: the sweep is enabled and funds will be pulled in or pushed out based on the defined configuration.
inactive: the sweep is disabled and cannot be triggered.
The amount that must be pushed out or pulled in. You can configure either
targetAmount, not both.
The amount that must be available in the balance account after the sweep. You can configure either
targetAmount, not both.
The threshold amount that triggers the sweep. If not provided, by default, the amount is set to zero. The
triggerAmount is evaluated according to the specified
type pull, if the balance is less than or equal to the
triggerAmount, funds are pulled in to the balance account.
type push, if the balance is more than or equal to the
triggerAmount, funds are pushed out of the balance account.
The direction of sweep, whether pushing out or pulling in funds to the balance account. If not provided, by default, this is set to push.
push: push out funds to a destination balance account or transfer instrument.
pull: pull in funds from a source merchant account, transfer instrument, or balance account.
After submitting a call, you receive a response message to inform you that your request was received and processed.
Depending on the HTTP status code of the response message, it is helpful to build some logic to handle any errors that a request or the system may return.
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