eBay Shopping APIVersion 1085

ProductStateCodeType ( token )

This enumerated type defines the different possible states of an eBay Catalog product. This type is used by the ProductState field returned in the FindProducts call.

Type that uses ProductStateCodeType:

Call that uses one or more values of ProductStateCodeType:

Enumeration Values

Value Description
CustomCode Reserved for internal or future use.
Delete This enumeration value is returned if the product is marked for deletion, and it will not be mapped to another product. If your application currently uses the product for searching, it is recommended that you update your application to use a product that is not scheduled to be merged or deleted.
Merge This enumeration value is returned if some information in this product is scheduled to be merged into another product in the catalog that eBay is currently using. This product may be removed from the system at any time. If your application currently uses the product for searching, it is recommended that you update your application to use a product that is not scheduled to be merged or deleted.
Update This enumeration value is returned if the product details have been updated. If your application currently uses the eBay Catalog product for listing or searching, it is recommended that you check to make sure the product data still meets your needs.
UpdateMajor This enumeration value is returned if the product has been mapped to a newer product in the catalog that eBay is currently using, and its details have been updated based on the new catalog data. The product reference ID (or EPID) remains the same (but the longer product ID string may have changed). If your application currently uses the product for searching, it is recommended that you check to make sure the product data still meets your needs.
UpdateNoDetails This enumeration value is returned if the product was previously available in an earlier catalog, but it has not been mapped to a product in the catalog that eBay is currently using. It can still be used for searching, but it may contain fewer details than other products. If your application currently uses the product for searching, it is recommended that you check to make sure the product data still meets your needs.
  * See the Enumeration Index to see exact use of each enumeration value in the API.