One aspect of the variations that will be illustrated in the pictures for all variations. For example, if each variation is visually distinguished by color and the pictures show the different colors available, then specify "Color" as the name. The name must match one of the names specified in the variation specifics.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use VariationSpecificName.
One or more pictures that help buyers distinguish the Variations. Multiple picture sets can be specified. For example, suppose a listing contains blue and black color variations, and VariationSpecificName=Color. In this case, one picture set could contain pictures of the blue shirts (e.g., front view, back view, and close-up of a trim detail), and another picture set could contain pictures of the black shirts.
Sellers do not necessarily provide pictures for all values that correspond to the variation specific name. For example, a listing could have pictures depicting the blue and black color variations, but not the pink variations.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use VariationSpecificPictureSet.