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error property is a human-readable
DOMString which provides an error message to be displayed if the
specified information doesn't offer any valid shipping options.
errorString = paymentDetailsUpdate.error; paymentDetailsUpdate.error = errorString;
DOMString specifying the string to display to the user if the
information specified in the
PaymentDetailsUpdate doesn't provide any valid
shipping options. This happens if both of the following are true:
PaymentRequestspecifies using its
requestShippingproperty that shipping information is required.
PaymentDetailsUpdateobject specifies no valid shipping options in its
This message can be used to explain to the user why they cannot submit their payment as currently specified—whether that's because the selected products cannot be shipped to their region or because their address is not served by any of the shipping companies you use.
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