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Logistics API

ebay.com

Version: v1_beta.0.0


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Description

Note: This is a (Limited Release) API available only to select developers approved by business units. The Logistics API resources offer the following capabilities: shipping_quote – Consolidates into a list a set of live shipping rates, or quotes, from which you can select a rate to ship a package. shipment – Creates a "shipment" for the selected shipping rate. Call createShippingQuote to get a list of live shipping rates. The rates returned are all valid for a specific time window and all quoted prices are at eBay-negotiated rates. Select one of the live rates and using its associated rateId, create a "shipment" for the package by calling createFromShippingQuote. Creating a shipment completes an agreement, and the cost of the base service and any added shipping options are summed into the returned totalShippingCost value. This action also generates a shipping label that you can use to ship the package. The total cost of the shipment is incurred when the package is shipped using the supplied shipping label. Important! Sellers must set up a payment method via their eBay account before they can use the methods in this API to create a shipment and the associated shipping label.

Other APIs by ebay.com

Metadata API

ebay.com
The Metadata API has operations that retrieve configuration details pertaining to the different eBay marketplaces. In addition to marketplace information, the API also has operations that get information that helps sellers list items on eBay.

Browse API

ebay.com
The Browse API has the following resources: itemsummary: Lets shoppers search for specific items by keyword, GTIN, category, charity, product, or item aspects and refine the results by using filters, such as aspects, compatibility, and fields values. (Experimental) searchbyimage: Lets shoppers search for specific items by image. You can refine the results by using URI parameters and filters. item: Lets you retrieve the details of a specific item or all the items in an item group, which is an item with variations such as color and size and check if a product is compatible with the specified item, such as if a specific car is compatible with a specific part. Provides a bridge between the eBay legacy APIs, such as Finding, and the RESTful APIs, which use different formats for the item IDs. (Experimental) shoppingcart: Provides the ability for eBay members to see the contents of their eBay cart, and add, remove, and change the quantity of items in their eBay cart. Note: This resource is not available in the eBay API Explorer. The itemsummary, searchbyimage, and item resource calls require an Application access token. The shoppingcart resource calls require a User access token.

Seller Service Metrics API

ebay.com
The Analytics API provides data and information about a seller and their eBay business. The resources and methods in this API let sellers review information on their listing performance, metrics on their customer service performance, and details on their eBay seller performance rating. The three resources in the Analytics API provide the following data and information: Customer Service Metric – Returns data on a seller's customer service performance as compared to other seller's in the same peer group. Traffic Report – Returns data that shows how buyers are engaging with a seller's listings. Seller Standards Profile – Returns data pertaining to a seller's performance rating. Sellers can use the data and information returned by the various Analytics API methods to determine where they can make improvements to increase sales and how they might improve their seller status as viewed by eBay buyers. For details on using this API, see Analyzing seller performance.

Compliance API

ebay.com
Service for providing information to sellers about their listings being non-compliant, or at risk for becoming non-compliant, against eBay listing policies.

Deal API

ebay.com
Note: This is a (Limited Release) API available only to select developers approved by business units. This API allows third-party developers to search for and retrieve details about eBay deals and events, as well as the items associated with those deals and events.

Seller Service Metrics API

ebay.com
The Analytics API provides data and information about a seller and their eBay business. The resources and methods in this API let sellers review information on their listing performance, metrics on their customer service performance, and details on their eBay seller performance rating. The three resources in the Analytics API provide the following data and information: Customer Service Metric – Returns data on a seller's customer service performance as compared to other seller's in the same peer group. Traffic Report – Returns data that shows how buyers are engaging with a seller's listings. Seller Standards Profile – Returns data pertaining to a seller's performance rating. Sellers can use the data and information returned by the various Analytics API methods to determine where they can make improvements to increase sales and how they might improve their seller status as viewed by eBay buyers. For details on using this API, see Analyzing seller performance.

Recommendation API

ebay.com
The Recommendation API returns information that sellers can use to optimize the configuration of their listings on eBay. Currently, the API contains a single method, findListingRecommendations. This method provides information that sellers can use to configure Promoted Listings ad campaigns to maximize the visibility of their items in the eBay marketplace.

Account API

ebay.com
The Account API gives sellers the ability to configure their eBay seller accounts, including the seller's policies (the Fulfillment Policy, Payment Policy, and Return Policy), opt in and out of eBay seller programs, configure sales tax tables, and get account information. For details on the availability of the methods in this API, see Account API requirements and restrictions.

Catalog API

ebay.com
The Catalog API allows users to search for and locate an eBay catalog product that is a direct match for the product that they wish to sell. Listing against an eBay catalog product helps insure that all listings (based off of that catalog product) have complete and accurate information. In addition to helping to create high-quality listings, another benefit to the seller of using catalog information to create listings is that much of the details of the listing will be prefilled, including the listing title, the listing description, the item specifics, and a stock image for the product (if available). Sellers will not have to enter item specifics themselves, and the overall listing process is a lot faster and easier.

Buy Marketing API

ebay.com
The Marketing API retrieves eBay products based on a metric, such as Best Selling, as well as products that were also bought and also viewed.

Item Feed Service

ebay.com
Note: This is a (Limited Release) API available only to select developers approved by business units. The Feed API provides the ability to download TSV_GZIP feed files containing eBay items and an hourly snapshot file of the items that have changed within an hour for a specific category, date and marketplace. In addition to the API, there is an open source Feed SDK written in Java that downloads, combines files into a single file when needed, and unzips the entire feed file. It also lets you specify field filters to curate the items in the file.

Fulfillment API

ebay.com
Use the Fulfillment API to complete the process of packaging, addressing, handling, and shipping each order on behalf of the seller, in accordance with the payment method and timing specified at checkout.

Other APIs in the same category

Negotiation API

ebay.com
The Negotiations API gives sellers the ability to proactively send discount offers to buyers who have shown an "interest" in their listings. By sending buyers discount offers on listings where they have shown an interest, sellers can increase the velocity of their sales. There are various ways for a buyer to show interest in a listing. For example, if a buyer adds the listing to their Watch list, or if they add the listing to their shopping cart and later abandon the cart, they are deemed to have shown an interest in the listing. In the offers that sellers send, they can discount their listings by either a percentage off the listing price, or they can set a new discounted price that is lower than the original listing price. For details about how seller offers work, see Sending offers to buyers.

Feed API

ebay.com
The Feed API lets sellers upload input files, download reports and files including their status, filter reports using URI parameters, and retrieve customer service metrics task details.

DocuSign REST API

The DocuSign REST API provides you with a powerful, convenient, and simple Web services API for interacting with DocuSign.

Account API

ebay.com
The Account API gives sellers the ability to configure their eBay seller accounts, including the seller's policies (the Fulfillment Policy, Payment Policy, and Return Policy), opt in and out of eBay seller programs, configure sales tax tables, and get account information. For details on the availability of the methods in this API, see Account API requirements and restrictions.

Seller Service Metrics API

ebay.com
The Analytics API provides data and information about a seller and their eBay business. The resources and methods in this API let sellers review information on their listing performance, metrics on their customer service performance, and details on their eBay seller performance rating. The three resources in the Analytics API provide the following data and information: Customer Service Metric – Returns data on a seller's customer service performance as compared to other seller's in the same peer group. Traffic Report – Returns data that shows how buyers are engaging with a seller's listings. Seller Standards Profile – Returns data pertaining to a seller's performance rating. Sellers can use the data and information returned by the various Analytics API methods to determine where they can make improvements to increase sales and how they might improve their seller status as viewed by eBay buyers. For details on using this API, see Analyzing seller performance.

CIS Automotive API

autodealerdata.com
This API provides access to our Automotive Data. Use of this API is subject to our Terms of Service
For a quick start guide click here
If you signed up through RapidAPI make your test calls here
The general workflow is to: 1. Authenticate with your CIS Automotive API Keys to get a Json Web Token (JWT). Do not use RapidAPI keys.
Then use that token as an argument when calling other endpoints.
Equivalent HTTP GET and POST methods are available for some endpoints.
Endpoints may appear more than once on this page if they are associated with multiple tags. eg "Sales Data", "Premium", "Pro Plan or Greater" To see which endpoints are included in different
plans look under the "X Plan or Greater" tags for the respective plan name.
If you signed up for our API through RapidAPI you can make your test calls on their platform.
Your RapidAPI credentials will not work on this page. Do not use your RapidAPI keys on this page.
If you signed up with us and have an account, you must first authenticate with your API Keys
and retrieve a Json Web Token (JWT) from the /getToken endpoint to access the other endpoints.
Your JWT is a required argument to all endpoints.

カラーミーショップアプリストア API

カラーミーショップアプリストア API
アプリストアにて公開するアプリに対して、一般公開しているカラーミーショップAPIに加えて、カラーミーショップアプリストアAPI(以下、アプリストアAPIといいます)を利用することが出来ます。アプリストアAPIでは以下のことが行えます。
課金データ(アプリ内課金、従量課金)の作成
インラインスクリプトタグの取得・作成・更新・削除
スクリプトタグの取得・作成・更新・削除
利用手順
アプリストアAPIを利用するには、OAuth認証が必要です。OAuth認証の基本的な流れについてはカラーミーショップAPIドキュメントを参照してください。
アプリストアAPIの利用のために、以下のscopeが追加で指定可能になります。カラーミーショップAPIドキュメントに掲載されているscopeと合わせてご利用ください。
|スコープ|機能|
|---|---|
|writeapplicationcharge|課金データの作成|
|readshopscript_tags|ショップページのスクリプトタグを参照|
|writeshopscript_tags|ショップページへスクリプトタグを追加・更新|
|readinlinescript_tags|インラインスクリプトタグを参照|
|writeinlinescript_tags|インラインスクリプトタグを追加・更新|
|readscripttags|スクリプトタグを参照(deprecated)|
|writescripttags|スクリプトタグを追加・更新(deprecated)|
(例) カラーミーショップアカウントの認証ページを表示

Velo Payments APIs

velopayments.com
Terms and Definitions
Throughout this document and the Velo platform the following terms are used:
Payor. An entity (typically a corporation) which wishes to pay funds to one or more payees via a payout.
Payee. The recipient of funds paid out by a payor.
Payment. A single transfer of funds from a payor to a payee.
Payout. A batch of Payments, typically used by a payor to logically group payments (e.g. by business day). Technically there need be no relationship between the payments in a payout - a single payout can contain payments to multiple payees and/or multiple payments to a single payee.
Sandbox. An integration environment provided by Velo Payments which offers a similar API experience to the production environment, but all funding and payment events are simulated, along with many other services such as OFAC sanctions list checking.
Overview
The Velo Payments API allows a payor to perform a number of operations. The following is a list of the main capabilities in a natural order of execution:
Authenticate with the Velo platform
Maintain a collection of payees
Query the payor’s current balance of funds within the platform and perform additional funding
Issue payments to payees
Query the platform for a history of those payments
This document describes the main concepts and APIs required to get up and running with the Velo Payments platform. It is not an exhaustive API reference. For that, please see the separate Velo Payments API Reference.
API Considerations
The Velo Payments API is REST based and uses the JSON format for requests and responses.
Most calls are secured using OAuth 2 security and require a valid authentication access token for successful operation. See the Authentication section for details.
Where a dynamic value is required in the examples below, the {token} format is used, suggesting that the caller needs to supply the appropriate value of the token in question (without including the { or } characters).
Where curl examples are given, the –d @filename.json approach is used, indicating that the request body should be placed into a file named filename.json in the current directory. Each of the curl examples in this document should be considered a single line on the command-line, regardless of how they appear in print.
Authenticating with the Velo Platform
Once Velo backoffice staff have added your organization as a payor within the Velo platform sandbox, they will create you a payor Id, an API key and an API secret and share these with you in a secure manner.
You will need to use these values to authenticate with the Velo platform in order to gain access to the APIs. The steps to take are explained in the following:
create a string comprising the API key (e.g. 44a9537d-d55d-4b47-8082-14061c2bcdd8) and API secret (e.g. c396b26b-137a-44fd-87f5-34631f8fd529) with a colon between them. E.g. 44a9537d-d55d-4b47-8082-14061c2bcdd8:c396b26b-137a-44fd-87f5-34631f8fd529
base64 encode this string. E.g.: NDRhOTUzN2QtZDU1ZC00YjQ3LTgwODItMTQwNjFjMmJjZGQ4OmMzOTZiMjZiLTEzN2EtNDRmZC04N2Y1LTM0NjMxZjhmZDUyOQ==
create an HTTP Authorization header with the value set to e.g. Basic NDRhOTUzN2QtZDU1ZC00YjQ3LTgwODItMTQwNjFjMmJjZGQ4OmMzOTZiMjZiLTEzN2EtNDRmZC04N2Y1LTM0NjMxZjhmZDUyOQ==
perform the Velo authentication REST call using the HTTP header created above e.g. via curl:
If you make other Velo API calls which require authorization but the Authorization header is missing or invalid then you will get a 401 HTTP status response.

ChannelShipper & Royal Mail Public API

royalmail.com
Import your orders, retrieve your orders and generate labels.

ecwid

cloud-elements.com

Pims

pims.io
Hereafter is the documentation of the private API of Pims: Pointages Intelligents pour le Monde du Spectacle. This API is designed for 3rd-party softwares, editors and partners. Its main purpose is to give access the core data of a Pims customer (i.e. events, ticket counts and promotions).
Authentication
The API uses basic access authentication, meaning you will need a username and password to get authorized.
As each customer in Pims has its own domain (e.g. caramba.pims.io, gdp.pims.io...), each credentials will be valid for one domain/customer only. If you need dedicated credentials for one domain, please contact us. (In any case, we will need an explicit agreement from the customer before we create these credentials.)
To make your life easy, you can try all endpoints with the public credentials below, pointing to our demo domain:
Base path: https://demo.pims.io/api
Username: demo
Password: q83792db2GCvgYVdKpU3yG3R
Response format
The API returns JSON and matches the HAL specification. The Content-Type of each response will be application/hal+json, unless an error occurs.
Please note that this documentation describes all responses “as if” they were plain JSON. The specificities of HAL are ignored on purpose, in order to remain compact and avoid repetition.
So when you read in the doc:
{"id" : 123,"property1" :"Lorem ipsum","object" : {"id" : 456,"property2" : 7.89
}
}
... you'll get in the Real World®:
{"id" : 123,"property2" :"Lorem ipsum","embedded" : {"object" : {"id" : 456,"property2" : 7.89,"links" : {"self" : {"href" :"https://api.mydomain.com/other-item/456"
}
}
}
}"_links" : {"self" : {"href" :"https://api.mydomain.com/item/123"
}
}
}
Errors
Errors return JSON too and tries to match the Problem Details for HTTP APIs specification. If it does not match this spec, that's either a bug or a compatibility issue. Please contact us to solve the problem.
The Content-Type of errors will be application/problem+json. The content will match the following JSON:
Filtering and sorting
Every textual filter (e.g. /events?label=U2) and/or sort (e.g. /events?sort=label) performed with the API uses UTF8UNICODECI collation, meaning it is:
Case insensitive: “Chloé” will be considered the same as “CHLOÉ”;
Diacritic insensitive: “Chloé” will be considered the same as “Chloe”.
When performing a sort, it will always be ascending by default. To make it descending, just use a minus sign (-) in front of the parameter value (e.g. /events?sort=-label).
I18n
In responses, some labels can be translated (e.g. promotion types, event input types, etc.). These translatable labels are clearly indicated in the documentation below.
By default, they will be displayed in English, but you can change this behaviour via the Accept-Language header. E.g., use fr as a value for French.
PHP SDK
We provide a simple yet convenient SDK for the PHP language, see the Github page of the project.
And now?
Generaly, you will start by fetching one or more events. An event can be anything that occurs in one venue at one given date and time: a concert, a play, a match, a conference, etc. Additionnally, you can explore the series: a series is just a group of events (e.g. a tour or a festival).
Once you retrieved the events you were interested in, you can look for the sales ( ticket counts):
Get a quick overview with /events/:id/ticket-counts
Or get a full insight by calling these endpoints:
/events/:id/categories
/events/:id/channels
/events/:id/ticket-counts/detailed
Eventually, you may also want to fetch the promotions. A promotion can be anything meant to leverage the sales: ads, marketing campaigns, buzz or news around the event, etc. A promotion can be linked to any combination of events and/or series.