If true, the seller requests immediate payment for the item. If false (or not specified), immediate payment is not requested. If true, it does not indicate that the item is still a candidate for purchase via immediate payment, however it does indicate the original status of the item listing.
Only applicable to items listed on PayPal-enabled sites and in categories that support immediate payment (see AutoPayEnabled in GetCategories). In addition, the seller must have a Premier or Business PayPal account (see PayPalAccountType in GetUser) and they must accept PayPal as a payment method (see item.paymentMethod).
See the eBay Web Services guide section on Requiring Immediate Payment for additional requirements and dependencies. Also see the section on working with the eBay Motors site for additional rules. Not applicable to Half.com.
Container for the best match data for the item. This data is returned only for items that belong to the authorized caller; the service does not return Best Match data for items that were not listed by the caller of the function.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use bestMatchData.
Starting in March 2010, parts compatibility will be supported in limited Parts & Accessories categories for eBay Motors in the Production environment. For these categories, a compatible application will always be a vehicle, which is specified by a combination of make, model, and year. Optionally, trim and engine data may also be specifed for a vehicle.
This field returns terms from the keywords in the request that match values in one of the item's compatible applications (vehicles). If the keywords match more than one compatible application for an item, the field returns "Two or more of your vehicles" to indicate multiple matches.
For example, keyword queries that contain vehicle details, such as make and model (e.g., Honda Accord), in addition to keywords for the part or accessory, will search through structured parts compatibility information for matching listings. If an item has a 2007 Honda Accord (any trim or engine) specified as a compatible application, and the item matches the part or accessory terms in the query, this field will return the matching terms from the query (i.e., Honda Accord).
Parts compatibility is an eBay feature that uses structured data to associate compatible assemblies with parts and accessories listed on eBay. For example, parts compatibility enables sellers to specify accurately and comprehensively the vehicles on which a side mirror or a rim fit. Parts compatibility improves search relevancy and frees up item titles and descriptions for more useful descriptions of the part.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use compatibility.
URL for the Gallery Plus image. The size of Gallery Plus images (up to 400 x 400 pixels) is bigger than the size of standard gallery images. In site search results, you can view the Gallery Plus image by hovering over or clicking the Enlarge link or magifying glass icon. The image uses one of the following graphics formats: JPEG, BMP, TIFF, or GIF. This field is only returned when the seller has opted for the Gallery Plus option for the given item.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use galleryPlusPictureURL.
A token that represents the eBay site on which the item was originally listed. For example, if the item was listed on the eBay US site, the value is US. If item was listed on the eBay Germany site, the value is DE. For a list of possible enumeration values and how they map to eBay sites, see Global ID Values.
Where the item was listed can affect the values of converted (localized) prices. This occurs when the site from which your request is sent is different from the site on which the item was listed.
Rank of the item in relation to the other returned items in the same group. Item groups are Featured and Best Match. For media items, groups can be Brand New, Like New, Very Good, Good, and Acceptable.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use itemRankWithinGroup.
The URL to view this listing on eBay. 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.
Specifically, the URL specifies the item title and it is optimized for natural search: " _W0QQ" is like "?" (question mark), "QQ" is like "&" (ampersand), and "Z" is like "=" (equals sign). Do not modify the returned URL syntax in your application. For example, eBay won't recognize the URL if you change QQ to ?. In the Sandbox environment and on the Hong Kong site (site ID 201), the data returned in this field is a standard ViewItem URL, rather than the ViewItem URL for Natural Search that is normally returned in the Production environment.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use viewItemURL.