ID of the secondary category in which the item would be listed. Only returned if you set Item.CategoryMappingAllowed to true in the request and the ID you passed in SecondaryCategory was mapped to a new ID by eBay. If the secondary category has not changed or it has expired with no replacement, Category2ID does not return a value.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use Category2ID.
ID of the primary category in which the item would be listed. Only returned if you set Item.CategoryMappingAllowed to true in the request and the ID you passed in PrimaryCategory was mapped to a new ID by eBay. If the primary category has not changed or it has expired with no replacement, CategoryID does not return a value.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use CategoryID.
Child Fee containers provide the listing feature names, fees, and possible discounts for the new item listing. The fees do not include the Final Value Fee (FVF), which cannot be determined until an item is sold.
There is no guarantee that a PromotionalDiscount returned with VerifyAddItem will be realized when the seller uses AddItem to list the same item. This is the result of the timing of certain promotions.
Represents the item ID for the new listing. VerifyAddItem does not actually list an item, so 0 is returned instead of a normal item ID.
Note: Although we represent item IDs as strings in the schema, we recommend you store them as 64-bit signed integers. If you choose to store item IDs as strings, allocate at least 19 characters (assuming decimal digits are used) to hold them. eBay will increase the size of IDs over time. Your code should be prepared to handle IDs of up to 19 digits. For more information about item IDs, see Common FAQs on eBay Item IDs and other eBay IDs in the Knowledge Base.
Container consisting of one or more Recommendation containers. Each Recommendation container provides a message to the seller on how a listing can be improved or brought up to standard in reqards to Top-Rated Plus listing requirements, Item Specifics, picture requirements, and/or a recommendation to use a product code to list the item, such as a UPC, an EAN, or an ISBN.
This container is only returned if the IncludeRecommendations flag was included and set to 'true' in the VerifyAddItem request, and if at least one listing recommendation exists for the listing about to be listed. If one or more listing recommendations are returned, it will be at the seller's discretion about whether to revise the listing based on eBay's listing recommendation(s) before actually creating the listing through an AddItem call.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use ListingRecommendations.