For the Trading API, there are two SDKs (Software Development Kits) that are designed to make application development easier and more efficient. SDKs are downloadable kits that include pre-coded solutions for common programming tasks in a language you already use.
SDKs help simplify some common programming tasks, such as error handling and call retry. See below for the SDKs that apply to the Trading API. SDKs are based on a specific API version.
eBay SDK for Java: The eBay SDK for Java is designed for use in creating applications in various environments (such as Microsoft Windows and Linux) using Java. The eBay SDK for Java is an encapsulation of the SOAP API. Developers can use the eBay SDK for Java to create applications that integrate with eBay, including classes for automating data synchronization. The eBay SDK for Java supports programming in the Java language.eBay Software Development Kit for Java
eBay SDK for .NET: Designed for the Microsoft Windows environment, the eBay SDK for .NET is a set of class libraries that encapsulate the SOAP API. Developers can use the eBay SDK for .NET to create applications that integrate with eBay, including classes for automating data synchronization. The eBay SDK for .NET supports programming in any .NET language or language that can work with COM, including C#, VB.NET, and VB 6.eBay Software Development Kit for .NET
Note for SDK Users: The fields in this documentation are defined in the WSDL upon which the SDK is based—the field names are not based on the corresponding SDK wrapper class. Because of this, there can be instances where the field names in this reference do not match the names in the SDK wrapper classes. However, the behavior of the corresponding fields is the same.This documentation applies to a specific schema version, and it might contain fields that are unavailable in the version of the SDK you're using. Advanced SDK users can use such fields by updating the code stubs in their SDK (using a more recent WSDL file than the one delivered with the SDK). For more information on WSDL updates (or code generation), see the Readme file for the SDK you are using.This documentation shows the language-independent simple types (e.g.,
string). For each field, you can find an equivalent class, method, property, or variable in the SDK. Start by looking at the methods and properties that are defined on the wrapper class.
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