I'm working on an amazon pay integration with an ecommerce platform. When defining webCheckoutDetails it looks like you're required to include a url to be redirected to (checkoutReviewReturnUrl) after the user makes their payment. I tried making the url identical to the current page and that still results in a new page load. What I really want is a callback to be fired instead of a payload. I might be able to intercept the navigation by cancelling it in a
or something like that but I'm hoping there's a better way. Is there a better way?