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GOV.UK Pay API

payments.service.gov.uk

Version: 1.0.3


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Description

GOV.UK Pay API (This version is no longer maintained. See openapi/publicapi_spec.json for latest API specification)

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Your requests should always include the header:
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Errors
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|------|-------------|
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| 400 - Bad Request | The request was unacceptable, often due to missing a required parameter. |
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| 402 - Request Failed | The parameters were valid but the request failed. |
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This API definition contains the messages for all different approaches defined in the Implementation Guidelines.
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Overview
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How to use Tradematic Cloud API
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Authorization
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