|Name||Type||Description||Mandatory||Available from version|
|BrickIds||Guid||Filter by array of BrickIds. BrickId is the internal id of an autogiro order||2.27.20201216|
|CreatedDateFrom||DateTime?||When used, both from date and to date should be provided in the request||2.27.20201216|
|CurrencyCodes||string||The ISO-code of the currency in the order, for example "EUR"||2.27.20201216|
|ExternalReference||string||The external reference that was set at the creation of the order||2.27.20201216|
|BatchOrderIds||Guid||The BrickIds of the batch orders that the autogiro orders should be included within||2.27.20201216|
|AccountIds||Guid||The BrickIds of accounts that the autogiro orders should be associated with||2.27.20201216|
|AutogiroOrderStatuses||string||The current state of the order. The states can be found in the back office GUI of BFS by navigating to SystemData→Workflows and then look at the workflow for this order type||2.27.20201216|
|TransferReceiverIds||Guid||The BrickIds of the TransferReceiver that the order was associated with||2.27.20201216|
|SettlementDateFrom||DateTime?||When used, both from date and to date should be provided in the request||2.27.20201216|
|TransferOrderTypeKeys||string||The type of autogiro order. Can be "AutoGiroTransferInOrder" or "AutoGiroTransferOutOrder"||2.27.20201216|
|AutogiroOrderNumbers||string||The order numbers of the autogiro orders||2.27.20201216|
The autogiro response codes (payment codes). A null value mean that the order has no response and haven't been processed by the bank.
The code "0" mean "payment processed". Insufficient funds are returned as "1", and code "2" is a lack of AutoGiro connection (cancelled bank account).