In June, Lithic will be releasing several important updates to our Card Transaction API, designed to enhance performance and improve user experience based on valuable feedback from our customers. Here's what's new:
Enforcing Max Page Size of 100 Starting June 5th, 2023: To provide a consistent experience across all endpoints, we will begin enforcing a maximum page size of 100 on June 5th, 2023 for all pagination endpoints, including transactions, cards, and accounts. Any requests for a page size above 100 will be silently changed to the maximum.
Adding New 'Status' Query Parameter: We've added a new filter dimension, status, allowing you to easily search and filter card transactions based on their current status. For example, you can now pass in
EXPIREDas a query parameter to see all transactions in an expired state. We are expecting to enable this for all customers towards the end of June.
Rolling Out Cursor-Based Pagination in Transactions API: To further enhance query performance, we are introducing cursor-based pagination in transactions. This change will greatly improve the speed and efficiency of your API calls. While offset pagination will be supported, we strongly encourage our customers to migrate to cursor-based pagination to take full advantage of the improved query performance. We expect to enable this for all customers towards the end of June.