Specifies the earliest (oldest) date to use in a date range filter based on item end time. Specify either an end-time range or a start-time range filter in every call request. Each of the time ranges must be a value less than 120 days.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use EndTimeFrom.
This field allows the user to control the amount of data that is returned in the response. See the Granularity Level table on this page for a list of the fields that are returned for each granularity level. Either GranularityLevel or DetailLevel can be used in a GetSellerList call, but not both. If both are specified, DetailLevel is ignored. If neither are used, the response fields will be the ones shown for 'Coarse' granularity.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use GranularityLevel.
If this field is included and set to true, the Variations node is returned for all multi-variation listings in the response.
Note: If the seller has many multiple-variation listings, that seller may not want to include variations in the GetSellerList response. Or, a seller can include variations data, but possibly limit the response by specifying shorter date ranges with the date range filters, or by reducing the number of listings returned per results (decreasing the Pagination.EntriesPerPage value).
See the Field Index to learn which calls use IncludeVariations.
This container can be used to specify one or multiple SKUs, and only listings associated with these SKUs are retrieved. Note that all other request criteria are also considered when one or more SKU values are specified.
Note: Listings with matching SKUs are returned regardless of their Item.InventoryTrackingMethod setting.
Specifies the earliest (oldest) date to use in a date range filter based on item start time. Each of the time ranges must be a value less than 120 days. In all calls, at least one date-range filter must be specified (i.e., you must specify either the end time range or start time range in every request).
See the Field Index to learn which calls use StartTimeFrom.
Note: This field should no longer be used, and will be ignored if it is included in a GetSellerList request. There are plans to remove this field from the public WSDL. The only eBay user ID that can be used is the one associated with the authentication token.