Various details about a listing. Some of the details are calculated or derived after an item is listed. The details in this type include the start and end time and the converted (localized) prices. The details in this type also include input values applicable to the Best Offer feature. Additional details in this type include flags indicating if a seller specified fields whose values are not visible to the requesting user.
If true, the item is listed in a Mature category. Users must accept the Mature Category agreement on the eBay site to retrieve items listed in Mature categories. (Users do not need to sign this agreement to be able to list items in Mature Categories.)
The price at which Best Offers are automatically accepted. Similar in use to MinimumBestOfferPrice. If a buyer submits a Best Offer that is above this value, the offer is automatically accepted by the seller. Applies only to items listed in categories that support the BestOfferAutoAcceptPrice feature. Best Offer must be enabled for the item, and only the seller who listed the item will see BestOfferAutoAcceptPrice in a call response. On the US eBay Motors site (site ID 100), you cannot use the API to add a minimum Best Offer price. For a ReviseItem call with site ID 100, prior use of a minimum Best Offer price on eBay.com is ignored.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use BestOfferAutoAcceptPrice.
This flag indicates whether the Buy It Now feature is available for an auction listing. As a general rule, once an auction listing has bids (and the high bid exceeds the reserve price, if any), the Buy It Now feature becomes disabled for the listing.
On some sites, the Buy It Now feature for an auction may remain available for certain categories even after a bid is placed. See the "Longer Lasting Buy It Now" link below for more details and the latest list of eBay US categories that support this behavior. The eBay Spain site supports this behavior for all categories.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use BuyItNowAvailable.
This flag indicates whether or not the seller's Checkout Enabled preference is turned on (at account level or at listing level). This preference is managed through Payment Preferences in My eBay. If this preference is enabled, a Pay Now button will appear in checkout flow pages and in the email notifications that are sent to buyers. This preferance is enabled by default if PayPal is one of the payment methods.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use CheckoutEnabled.
Converted value of the ReservePrice in the currency of the site that returned this response. Only returned for listings with a reserve price when the requesting user is the listing's seller. For active items, refresh this value every 24 hours to pick up the current conversion rates. Not applicable to Fixed Price and Store Inventory listings.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use ConvertedReservePrice.
Specifies a distance (in miles) used as the radius of the area about the supplied postal code that constitutes the local market. Use GetCategoryFeatures to determine the local listing distances supported by a given site, category, and Local Market subscription level.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use LocalListingDistance.
Specifies the minimum acceptable Best Offer price. If a buyer submits a Best Offer that is below this value, the offer is automatically declined by the seller. Applies only to items listed in categories that support the Best Offer Auto-Decline feature. Best Offer must be enabled for the item, and only the seller who listed the item can see this value. To remove this value when revising or relisting an item, use DeletedField.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use MinimumBestOfferPrice.
Indicates the new item ID for a re-listed item. When an item is re-listed, the item ID for the new item is added to the old listing, so buyers can navigate to the new listing. This value only appears when the old listing is retrieved. The RelistedItemID of the original item should reflect the last relist.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use RelistedItemID.
The URL of the Web page where a user can view the listing. On the US site, this is called the "View Item" page. If you enabled affiliate tracking in a search-related call (for example, if you used the AffiliateTrackingDetails container in an applicable call), ViewItemURL contains a string that includes affiliate tracking information (see the eBay Partner Network).
See the Field Index to learn which calls use ViewItemURL.
This URL takes you to the same View Item page as ViewItemURL, but this URL is optimized to support natural search. That is, this URL is designed to make items on eBay easier to find via popular Internet search engines. The URL includes the item title along with other optimizations. To note, "?" (question mark) optimizes to "_W0QQ", "&" (ampersand) optimizes to "QQ", and "=" (equals sign) optimizes to "Z".
If you are an eBAy affiliate, use this URL to promote your affiliate information.
Note: This URL may include additional query parameters that don't appear in ViewItemURL and vice versa. You should not modify the query syntax. For example, eBay won't recognize the URL if you change QQ to ?.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use ViewItemURLForNaturalSearch.