Mock sample for your project: Metadata API

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Metadata API

ebay.com

Version: v1.4.1


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Description

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.

Other APIs by ebay.com

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.

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.

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.

Taxonomy API

ebay.com
Use the Taxonomy API to discover the most appropriate eBay categories under which sellers can offer inventory items for sale, and the most likely categories under which buyers can browse or search for items to purchase. In addition, the Taxonomy API provides metadata about the required and recommended category aspects to include in listings, and also has two operations to retrieve parts compatibility information.

Listing API

ebay.com
Note: This is a (Limited Release) API available only to select developers approved by business units. Enables a seller adding an ad or item on a Partner's site to automatically create an eBay listing draft using the item details from the Partner's site.

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.

Charity API

ebay.com
The Charity API allows third-party developers to search for and access details on supported charitable organizations.

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.

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.

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.

Marketing API

ebay.com
The Marketing API offers two platforms that sellers can use to promote and advertise their products: Promoted Listings is an eBay ad service that lets sellers set up ad campaigns for the products they want to promote. eBay displays the ads in search results and in other marketing modules as SPONSORED listings. If an item in a Promoted Listings campaign sells, the seller is assessed a Promoted Listings fee, which is a seller-specified percentage applied to the sales price. For complete details, see Promoted Listings. Promotions Manager gives sellers a way to offer discounts on specific items as a way to attract buyers to their inventory. Sellers can set up discounts (such as "20% off" and other types of offers) on specific items or on an entire customer order. To further attract buyers, eBay prominently displays promotion teasers throughout buyer flows. For complete details, see Promotions Manager. Marketing reports, on both the Promoted Listings and Promotions Manager platforms, give sellers information that shows the effectiveness of their marketing strategies. The data gives sellers the ability to review and fine tune their marketing efforts. Important! Sellers must have an active eBay Store subscription, and they must accept the Terms and Conditions before they can make requests to these APIs in the Production environment. There are also site-specific listings requirements and restrictions associated with these marketing tools, as listed in the "requirements and restrictions" sections for Promoted Listings and Promotions Manager. The table below lists all the Marketing API calls grouped by resource.

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

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.

LetMC Api V2, Basic (Tier 2)

letmc.com

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.

agentOS API V3, Maintenance Call Group

letmc.com

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.

Inventory Management

walmart.com
Maintaining up-to-date inventory for your items on Walmart.com ensures a great experience for your customers and greater sales opportunities for you.

Beanstream Payments

beanstream.com
https://www.beanstream.com/api/v1

Item API

walmart.com
Please make sure you use the correct version of the APIs for your use case. To find out the appropriate version, go to the API Docs drop down on the menu.

Billbee API

Documentation of the Billbee REST API to connect a Billbee account to external aplications.
Endpoint
The Billbee API endpoint base url is https://app.billbee.io/api/v1
Activation
You have to enable the API in the settings of your Billbee account. In addition you need a Billbee API Key identifying the application you develop. To get an API key, send a mail to [email protected] and send us a short note about what you are building.
Authorization & security
Because you can access private data with the Billbee API, every request has to be sent over https and must
Contain a valid API Key identifying the application/developer. It has to be sent as the HTTP header X-Billbee-Api-Key
Contain a valid user login with billbee username and api password in form of a basic auth HTTP header
Throttling
Each endpoint has a throttle of max 2 requests per second per combination of API Key and Billbee user.
When you exceed these 2 calls, the API will return a HTTP 429 status code

Magento B2B

magento.com
Magento Commerce is the leading provider of open omnichannel innovation.

DocuSign REST API

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

Pendo Feedback API

pendo.io
Who is this for?
This documentation is for developers creating their own integration with Feedback's API. If you are doing a standard integration, there's a really easy Javascript integration that you should know about before you go to the effort of building your own integration.
Authentication
API calls generally need to be authenticated. Generate an API Key at https://feedback.pendo.io/app/#/vendor/settings?section=integrate. This key should then be added to every request as a request header named 'auth-token' (preferred), or as a query parameter named 'auth-token'.
Endpoint
API endpoint is https://api.feedback.eu.pendo.io / https://api.feedback.us.pendo.io depending where your datacenter is located.
Notes
API endpoints are being added to this documentation as needed by customers. If you don't see an endpoint you need please contact support and if it exists we'll publish the docs here. The 'try it out' feature on this documentation page will probably be blocked by your browser because the Access-Control-Allow-Origin header has its value set by the Feedback server depending on your hostname.
Generating client code
This documentation is automatically generated from an OpenAPI spec available here. You can use Swagger to auto-generate API client code in many languages using the Swagger Editor