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Hi Amit, I will add this to the product backlog pending further research. Please share the details requested above to help expedite the process.
Hi Amit, have you had a chance to review my previous comment? I can add this requirement into our product backlog, but will need some additional details about your scenario before I can prioritize it.
Hi Amit, I have been looking into this request and would like to get some additional details on this scenario.
Is there PayPal documentation regarding the requirement to void an existing authorization before reauthorizing it? This link (https://developer.paypal.com/docs/api/payments/v2/#authorizations_reauthorize) indicates that the original authorization_id is an input to the reauthorize API, so I am trying to understand PayPal's reasoning for requiring a separate void call before executing a reauthorization. If you could share the documentation you are referencing and/or a sample request/response for the PayPal reauthorization call for your scenario that would help be evaluate this further.