|author||Jonathan Buchanan <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2020-07-23 16:19:02 -0400|
|committer||Jonathan Buchanan <email@example.com>||2020-07-23 16:19:02 -0400|
remove TALER_TESTING_cmd_admin_add_incoming_with_instance and TALER_EXCHANGE_refund2
Diffstat (limited to 'src/include/taler_exchange_service.h')
1 files changed, 0 insertions, 44 deletions
diff --git a/src/include/taler_exchange_service.h b/src/include/taler_exchange_service.h
index 6c5889ff..9c342a33 100644
@@ -962,50 +962,6 @@ TALER_EXCHANGE_refund (struct TALER_EXCHANGE_Handle *exchange,
- * Submit a refund request to the exchange and get the exchange's
- * response. This API is used by a merchant. Note that
- * while we return the response verbatim to the caller for further
- * processing, we do already verify that the response is well-formed
- * (i.e. that signatures included in the response are all valid). If
- * the exchange's reply is not well-formed, we return an HTTP status code
- * of zero to @a cb.
- * The @a exchange must be ready to operate (i.e. have
- * finished processing the /keys reply). If this check fails, we do
- * NOT initiate the transaction with the exchange and instead return NULL.
- * FIXME: We can probably DEPRECATE this API and only use #TALER_EXCHANGE_refund()!
- * @param exchange the exchange handle; the exchange must be ready to operate
- * @param amount the amount to be refunded; must be larger than the refund fee
- * (as that fee is still being subtracted), and smaller than the amount
- * (with deposit fee) of the original deposit contribution of this coin
- * @param h_contract_terms hash of the contact of the merchant with the customer that is being refunded
- * @param coin_pub coin’s public key of the coin from the original deposit operation
- * @param rtransaction_id transaction id for the transaction between merchant and customer (of refunding operation);
- * this is needed as we may first do a partial refund and later a full refund. If both
- * refunds are also over the same amount, we need the @a rtransaction_id to make the disjoint
- * refund requests different (as requests are idempotent and otherwise the 2nd refund might not work).
- * @param merchant_pub public key of the merchant
- * @param merchant_sig signature affirming the refund from the merchant
- * @param cb the callback to call when a reply for this request is available
- * @param cb_cls closure for the above callback
- * @return a handle for this request; NULL if the inputs are invalid (i.e.
- * signatures fail to verify). In this case, the callback is not called.
-struct TALER_EXCHANGE_RefundHandle *
-TALER_EXCHANGE_refund2 (struct TALER_EXCHANGE_Handle *exchange,
- const struct TALER_Amount *amount,
- const struct GNUNET_HashCode *h_contract_terms,
- const struct TALER_CoinSpendPublicKeyP *coin_pub,
- uint64_t rtransaction_id,
- const struct TALER_MerchantPublicKeyP *merchant_pub,
- const struct TALER_MerchantSignatureP *merchant_sig,
- TALER_EXCHANGE_RefundCallback cb,
- void *cb_cls);
* Cancel a refund permission request. This function cannot be used
* on a request handle if a response is already served for it. If
* this function is called, the refund may or may not have happened.