A Ledger Row is a specialised view of a Transaction, delivered as part of a Ledger or Recursive Ledger. The Ledger Row describes a Tranasction from the perspective of the Account targeted by the controlling Ledger or Recursive Ledger.
When consuming the Amatino API, you will never encounter a Ledger Row on its own. They are only ever delivered under the ledger_rows key as part of a Ledger or Recursive Ledger object.
The Ledger Row Object
Amatino will deliver Ledger Rows with the following object structure
|description||The integer identifier of the Transaction this Ledger Row describes.|
|description||Time at which the described Transaction occured, or is to occur, in the format YYYY-MM-DD_HH24:MI:SS.US, at UTC|
|description||A friendly description of the Transaction|
|example||Receipt of payment for exquisite accounting services|
|description||The unique integer id of the Account debited or credited in opposition to the target Account|
|type||JSON Number or JSON Null|
|note||If the Transaction described features more than two Entries, opposing_account_id will return null.|
|description||The name of the Account debited or credited in opposition to the target Account|
|note||If the Transaction described features more than two Entries, opposing_account_name will return "[Split Transaction]".|
|description||The debit value of the described Transaction.|
|description||The credit value of the described Transaction.|
|description||The running total balance of the target Account, at the time of this Transaction|