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merchantValidationEvent = new MerchantValidationEvent(type, options);
DOMStringwhich must be
merchantvalidation, the only type of event which uses the
An optional dictionary which may contain zero or more of the following properties:
DOMStringcontaining the payment method identifier for the payment handler being used. This is an empty string by default.
- The URL from which to retrieve payment handler specific verification information used to validate the merchant. This is an empty string by default.
- The string specified as
validationURLcould not be parsed as a URL.
- The specified
methodNamedoes not correspond to a known and supported merchant or is not a well-formed standard payment method identifier.
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