Withdraw a transfer


  • Credentials as described in Partner Center authentication. This scenario supports authentication with both standalone App and App+User credentials.

  • A customer ID (customer-tenant-id). If you don't know the customer's ID, you can look it up in Partner Center by selecting the Customers workspace, then the customer from the customer list, then Account. On the customer’s Account page, look for the Microsoft ID in the Customer Account Info section. The Microsoft ID is the same as the customer ID (customer-tenant-id).

  • A transfer identifier for an existing transfer.

REST request

Request syntax

Method Request URI
DELETE {baseURL}/v1/customers/{customer-id}/transfers/{transfer-id} HTTP/1.1

URI parameter

Use the following path parameter to identify the customer.

Name Type Required Description
customer-id string Yes A GUID formatted customer-id that identifies the customer.
transfer-id string Yes A GUID formatted transfer-id that identifies the transfer.

Request headers

For more information, see Partner Center REST headers.

Request example

DELETE /v1/customers/d6bf25b7-e0a8-4f2d-a31b-97b55cfc774d/transfers/67c5b05b-09b5-47ba-9047-5056fe2afa4f HTTP/1.1
Authorization: Bearer <token>
Accept: application/json
MS-RequestId: cdf6e25c-7b32-4cc3-d8bc-53e0b37eebd8
MS-CorrelationId: 9041d76d-8915-43a8-8e82-00ca46a1a73d
Connection: keep-alive

REST response

If successful, this method returns No Content (204).

Response success and error codes

Each response comes with an HTTP status code that indicates success or failure and additional debugging information. Use a network trace tool to read this code, error type, and additional parameters. For the full list, see Error Codes.

Response example

HTTP/1.1 204 No Content
Content-Length: 0
MS-CorrelationId: 9041d76d-8915-43a8-8e82-00ca46a1a73d
MS-RequestId: cdf6e25c-7b32-4cc3-d8bc-53e0b37eebd8
Date: Tue, 24 Mar 2020 23:44:06 GMT