eBay Merchant Data APIVersion 1177

RelistFixedPriceItem

Enables a seller to relist a fixed-price listing that has recently ended on a specified eBay site. A seller has to up to 90 days to relist an ended listing. When an item is relisted, it will receive a new ItemID value, but this item will remain on other users' Watch Lists after it is relisted. The seller has the opportunity to make changes to the listing through the Item container, and the seller can also use one or more DeletedField tags to remove an optional field/setting from the listing.

See:
    Relisting Items with Trading API
    Relisting items (eBay Help page)

See also the reference documentation for these calls:



Input

See also Samples.

The box below lists all fields that could be included in the call request. To learn more about an individual field or its type, click its name in the box (or scroll down to find it in the table below the box).

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<RelistFixedPriceItemRequest xmlns="urn:ebay:apis:eBLBaseComponents">
  <!-- Call-specific Input Fields -->
  <DeletedField> string </DeletedField>
  <!-- ... more DeletedField values allowed here ... -->
  <Item> ItemType
    <ApplicationData> string </ApplicationData>
    <AutoPay> boolean </AutoPay>
    <CategoryMappingAllowed> boolean </CategoryMappingAllowed>
    <Charity> CharityType
      <CharityID> string </CharityID>
      <CharityNumber> int </CharityNumber>
      <DonationPercent> float </DonationPercent>
    </Charity>
    <ConditionDescription> string </ConditionDescription>
    <ConditionID> int </ConditionID>
    <Country> CountryCodeType </Country>
    <CrossBorderTrade> string </CrossBorderTrade>
    <!-- ... more CrossBorderTrade values allowed here ... -->
    <Description> string </Description>
    <DigitalGoodInfo> DigitalGoodInfoType
      <DigitalDelivery> boolean </DigitalDelivery>
    </DigitalGoodInfo>
    <DisableBuyerRequirements> boolean </DisableBuyerRequirements>
    <DiscountPriceInfo> DiscountPriceInfoType
      <MadeForOutletComparisonPrice> AmountType (double) </MadeForOutletComparisonPrice>
      <MinimumAdvertisedPrice> AmountType (double) </MinimumAdvertisedPrice>
      <MinimumAdvertisedPriceExposure> MinimumAdvertisedPriceExposureCodeType </MinimumAdvertisedPriceExposure>
      <OriginalRetailPrice> AmountType (double) </OriginalRetailPrice>
      <SoldOffeBay> boolean </SoldOffeBay>
      <SoldOneBay> boolean </SoldOneBay>
    </DiscountPriceInfo>
    <DispatchTimeMax> int </DispatchTimeMax>
    <eBayPlus> boolean </eBayPlus>
    <HitCounter> HitCounterCodeType </HitCounter>
    <IncludeRecommendations> boolean </IncludeRecommendations>
    <InventoryTrackingMethod> InventoryTrackingMethodCodeType </InventoryTrackingMethod>
    <InventoryTrackingMethod> InventoryTrackingMethodCodeType </InventoryTrackingMethod>
    <ItemCompatibilityList> ItemCompatibilityListType
      <Compatibility> ItemCompatibilityType
        <CompatibilityNotes> string </CompatibilityNotes>
        <NameValueList> NameValueListType
          <Name> string </Name>
          <Value> string </Value>
          <!-- ... more Value values allowed here ... -->
        </NameValueList>
        <!-- ... more NameValueList nodes allowed here ... -->
      </Compatibility>
      <!-- ... more Compatibility nodes allowed here ... -->
      <ReplaceAll> boolean </ReplaceAll>
    </ItemCompatibilityList>
    <ItemID> ItemIDType (string) </ItemID>
    <ItemSpecifics> NameValueListArrayType
      <NameValueList> NameValueListType
        <Name> string </Name>
        <Value> string </Value>
        <!-- ... more Value values allowed here ... -->
      </NameValueList>
      <!-- ... more NameValueList nodes allowed here ... -->
    </ItemSpecifics>
    <ListingDetails> ListingDetailsType
      <BestOfferAutoAcceptPrice> AmountType (double) </BestOfferAutoAcceptPrice>
      <MinimumBestOfferPrice> AmountType (double) </MinimumBestOfferPrice>
    </ListingDetails>
    <ListingDuration> token </ListingDuration>
    <ListingEnhancement> ListingEnhancementsCodeType </ListingEnhancement>
    <!-- ... more ListingEnhancement values allowed here ... -->
    <ListingType> ListingTypeCodeType </ListingType>
    <Location> string </Location>
    <PaymentMethods> BuyerPaymentMethodCodeType </PaymentMethods>
    <!-- ... more PaymentMethods values allowed here ... -->
    <PayPalEmailAddress> string </PayPalEmailAddress>
    <PickupInStoreDetails> PickupInStoreDetailsType
      <EligibleForPickupInStore> boolean </EligibleForPickupInStore>
    </PickupInStoreDetails>
    <PictureDetails> PictureDetailsType
      <GalleryType> GalleryTypeCodeType </GalleryType>
      <PhotoDisplay> PhotoDisplayCodeType </PhotoDisplay>
      <PictureSource> PictureSourceCodeType </PictureSource>
      <PictureURL> anyURI </PictureURL>
      <!-- ... more PictureURL values allowed here ... -->
    </PictureDetails>
    <PostalCode> string </PostalCode>
    <PrimaryCategory> CategoryType
      <CategoryID> string </CategoryID>
    </PrimaryCategory>
    <PrivateListing> boolean </PrivateListing>
    <PrivateNotes> string </PrivateNotes>
    <ProductListingDetails> ProductListingDetailsType
      <BrandMPN> BrandMPNType
        <Brand> string </Brand>
        <MPN> string </MPN>
      </BrandMPN>
      <EAN> string </EAN>
      <IncludeeBayProductDetails> boolean </IncludeeBayProductDetails>
      <IncludeStockPhotoURL> boolean </IncludeStockPhotoURL>
      <ISBN> string </ISBN>
      <ProductReferenceID> string </ProductReferenceID>
      <ReturnSearchResultOnDuplicates> boolean </ReturnSearchResultOnDuplicates>
      <TicketListingDetails> TicketListingDetailsType
        <EventTitle> string </EventTitle>
        <PrintedDate> string </PrintedDate>
        <PrintedTime> string </PrintedTime>
        <Venue> string </Venue>
      </TicketListingDetails>
      <UPC> string </UPC>
      <UseFirstProduct> boolean </UseFirstProduct>
      <UseStockPhotoURLAsGallery> boolean </UseStockPhotoURLAsGallery>
    </ProductListingDetails>
    <Quantity> int </Quantity>
    <QuantityInfo> QuantityInfoType
      <MinimumRemnantSet> int </MinimumRemnantSet>
    </QuantityInfo>
    <QuantityRestrictionPerBuyer> QuantityRestrictionPerBuyerInfoType
      <MaximumQuantity> int </MaximumQuantity>
    </QuantityRestrictionPerBuyer>
    <RelistLink> boolean </RelistLink>
    <ReturnPolicy> ReturnPolicyType
      <Description> string </Description>
      <InternationalRefundOption> token </InternationalRefundOption>
      <InternationalReturnsAcceptedOption> token </InternationalReturnsAcceptedOption>
      <InternationalReturnsWithinOption> token </InternationalReturnsWithinOption>
      <InternationalShippingCostPaidByOption> token </InternationalShippingCostPaidByOption>
      <RefundOption> token </RefundOption>
      <ReturnsAcceptedOption> token </ReturnsAcceptedOption>
      <ReturnsWithinOption> token </ReturnsWithinOption>
      <ShippingCostPaidByOption> token </ShippingCostPaidByOption>
    </ReturnPolicy>
    <ScheduleTime> dateTime </ScheduleTime>
    <SecondaryCategory> CategoryType
      <CategoryID> string </CategoryID>
    </SecondaryCategory>
    <SellerProfiles> SellerProfilesType
      <SellerPaymentProfile> SellerPaymentProfileType
        <PaymentProfileID> long </PaymentProfileID>
        <PaymentProfileName> string </PaymentProfileName>
      </SellerPaymentProfile>
      <SellerReturnProfile> SellerReturnProfileType
        <ReturnProfileID> long </ReturnProfileID>
        <ReturnProfileName> string </ReturnProfileName>
      </SellerReturnProfile>
      <SellerShippingProfile> SellerShippingProfileType
        <ShippingProfileID> long </ShippingProfileID>
        <ShippingProfileName> string </ShippingProfileName>
      </SellerShippingProfile>
    </SellerProfiles>
    <SellerProvidedTitle> string </SellerProvidedTitle>
    <ShippingDetails> ShippingDetailsType
      <CalculatedShippingRate> CalculatedShippingRateType
        <OriginatingPostalCode> string </OriginatingPostalCode>
        <PackagingHandlingCosts> AmountType (double) </PackagingHandlingCosts>
      </CalculatedShippingRate>
      <CODCost> AmountType (double) </CODCost>
      <ExcludeShipToLocation> string </ExcludeShipToLocation>
      <!-- ... more ExcludeShipToLocation values allowed here ... -->
      <GlobalShipping> boolean </GlobalShipping>
      <InternationalPromotionalShippingDiscount> boolean </InternationalPromotionalShippingDiscount>
      <InternationalShippingDiscountProfileID> string </InternationalShippingDiscountProfileID>
      <InternationalShippingServiceOption> InternationalShippingServiceOptionsType
        <ShippingService> token </ShippingService>
        <ShippingServiceAdditionalCost> AmountType (double) </ShippingServiceAdditionalCost>
        <ShippingServiceCost> AmountType (double) </ShippingServiceCost>
        <ShippingServicePriority> int </ShippingServicePriority>
        <ShipToLocation> string </ShipToLocation>
        <!-- ... more ShipToLocation values allowed here ... -->
      </InternationalShippingServiceOption>
      <!-- ... more InternationalShippingServiceOption nodes allowed here ... -->
      <PaymentInstructions> string </PaymentInstructions>
      <PromotionalShippingDiscount> boolean </PromotionalShippingDiscount>
      <RateTableDetails> RateTableDetailsType
        <DomesticRateTable> string </DomesticRateTable>
        <DomesticRateTableId> string </DomesticRateTableId>
        <InternationalRateTable> string </InternationalRateTable>
        <InternationalRateTableId> string </InternationalRateTableId>
      </RateTableDetails>
      <SalesTax> SalesTaxType
        <SalesTaxPercent> float </SalesTaxPercent>
        <SalesTaxState> string </SalesTaxState>
        <ShippingIncludedInTax> boolean </ShippingIncludedInTax>
      </SalesTax>
      <ShippingDiscountProfileID> string </ShippingDiscountProfileID>
      <ShippingServiceOptions> ShippingServiceOptionsType
        <FreeShipping> boolean </FreeShipping>
        <ShippingService> token </ShippingService>
        <ShippingServiceAdditionalCost> AmountType (double) </ShippingServiceAdditionalCost>
        <ShippingServiceCost> AmountType (double) </ShippingServiceCost>
        <ShippingServicePriority> int </ShippingServicePriority>
      </ShippingServiceOptions>
      <!-- ... more ShippingServiceOptions nodes allowed here ... -->
      <ShippingType> ShippingTypeCodeType </ShippingType>
    </ShippingDetails>
    <ShippingPackageDetails> ShipPackageDetailsType
      <MeasurementUnit> MeasurementSystemCodeType </MeasurementUnit>
      <PackageDepth> MeasureType (decimal) </PackageDepth>
      <PackageLength> MeasureType (decimal) </PackageLength>
      <PackageWidth> MeasureType (decimal) </PackageWidth>
      <ShippingIrregular> boolean </ShippingIrregular>
      <ShippingPackage> ShippingPackageCodeType </ShippingPackage>
      <WeightMajor> MeasureType (decimal) </WeightMajor>
      <WeightMinor> MeasureType (decimal) </WeightMinor>
    </ShippingPackageDetails>
    <ShippingServiceCostOverrideList> ShippingServiceCostOverrideListType
      <ShippingServiceCostOverride> ShippingServiceCostOverrideType
        <ShippingServiceAdditionalCost> AmountType (double) </ShippingServiceAdditionalCost>
        <ShippingServiceCost> AmountType (double) </ShippingServiceCost>
        <ShippingServicePriority> int </ShippingServicePriority>
        <ShippingServiceType> ShippingServiceType </ShippingServiceType>
        <ShippingSurcharge> AmountType (double) </ShippingSurcharge>
      </ShippingServiceCostOverride>
      <!-- ... more ShippingServiceCostOverride nodes allowed here ... -->
    </ShippingServiceCostOverrideList>
    <ShipToLocations> string </ShipToLocations>
    <!-- ... more ShipToLocations values allowed here ... -->
    <Site> SiteCodeType </Site>
    <SiteId> int </SiteId>
    <SKU> SKUType (string) </SKU>
    <StartPrice> AmountType (double) </StartPrice>
    <Storefront> StorefrontType
      <StoreCategory2ID> long </StoreCategory2ID>
      <StoreCategory2Name> string </StoreCategory2Name>
      <StoreCategoryID> long </StoreCategoryID>
      <StoreCategoryName> string </StoreCategoryName>
    </Storefront>
    <SubTitle> string </SubTitle>
    <TaxCategory> string </TaxCategory>
    <Title> string </Title>
    <UseTaxTable> boolean </UseTaxTable>
    <UUID> UUIDType (string) </UUID>
    <Variations> VariationsType
      <ModifyNameList> ModifyNameArrayType
        <ModifyName> ModifyNameType
          <Name> string </Name>
          <NewName> string </NewName>
        </ModifyName>
        <!-- ... more ModifyName nodes allowed here ... -->
      </ModifyNameList>
      <Pictures> PicturesType
        <VariationSpecificName> string </VariationSpecificName>
        <VariationSpecificPictureSet> VariationSpecificPictureSetType
          <PictureURL> anyURI </PictureURL>
          <!-- ... more PictureURL values allowed here ... -->
          <VariationSpecificValue> string </VariationSpecificValue>
        </VariationSpecificPictureSet>
        <!-- ... more VariationSpecificPictureSet nodes allowed here ... -->
      </Pictures>
      <Variation> VariationType
        <Delete> boolean </Delete>
        <DiscountPriceInfo> DiscountPriceInfoType
          <MadeForOutletComparisonPrice> AmountType (double) </MadeForOutletComparisonPrice>
          <MinimumAdvertisedPrice> AmountType (double) </MinimumAdvertisedPrice>
          <MinimumAdvertisedPriceExposure> MinimumAdvertisedPriceExposureCodeType </MinimumAdvertisedPriceExposure>
          <OriginalRetailPrice> AmountType (double) </OriginalRetailPrice>
          <SoldOffeBay> boolean </SoldOffeBay>
          <SoldOneBay> boolean </SoldOneBay>
        </DiscountPriceInfo>
        <Quantity> int </Quantity>
        <SKU> SKUType (string) </SKU>
        <StartPrice> AmountType (double) </StartPrice>
        <VariationProductListingDetails> VariationProductListingDetailsType
          <EAN> string </EAN>
          <ISBN> string </ISBN>
          <ProductReferenceID> string </ProductReferenceID>
          <UPC> string </UPC>
        </VariationProductListingDetails>
        <VariationSpecifics> NameValueListArrayType
          <NameValueList> NameValueListType
            <Name> string </Name>
            <Value> string </Value>
            <!-- ... more Value values allowed here ... -->
          </NameValueList>
          <!-- ... more NameValueList nodes allowed here ... -->
        </VariationSpecifics>
        <!-- ... more VariationSpecifics nodes allowed here ... -->
      </Variation>
      <!-- ... more Variation nodes allowed here ... -->
      <VariationSpecificsSet> NameValueListArrayType
        <NameValueList> NameValueListType
          <Name> string </Name>
          <Value> string </Value>
          <!-- ... more Value values allowed here ... -->
        </NameValueList>
        <!-- ... more NameValueList nodes allowed here ... -->
      </VariationSpecificsSet>
    </Variations>
    <VATDetails> VATDetailsType
      <BusinessSeller> boolean </BusinessSeller>
      <RestrictedToBusiness> boolean </RestrictedToBusiness>
      <VATPercent> float </VATPercent>
    </VATDetails>
    <VIN> string </VIN>
    <VRM> string </VRM>
  </Item>
  <!-- Standard Input Fields -->
  <ErrorLanguage> string </ErrorLanguage>
  <MessageID> string </MessageID>
  <Version> string </Version>
  <WarningLevel> WarningLevelCodeType </WarningLevel>
</RelistFixedPriceItemRequest>
Argument Type Occurrence Meaning
Call-specific Input Fields [Jump to standard fields]
DeletedField string Conditional,
repeatable: [0..*]
Specifies the name of the field to delete from a listing. See Relisting Items for rules on deleting values when relisting items. Also see the relevant field descriptions to determine when to use DeletedField (and potential consequences). The request can contain zero, one, or many instances of DeletedField (one for each field to be deleted).

Some data (such as Variation nodes within Variations) can't be deleted by using a DeletedField tag. See the relevant field descriptions for how to delete such data.

Case-sensitivity must be taken into account when using a DeletedField tag to delete a field. The value passed into a DeletedField tag must either match the case of the schema element names in the full field path (Item.PictureDetails.GalleryURL), or the initial letter of each schema element name in the full field path must be lowercase (item.pictureDetails.galleryURL). Do not change the case of letters in the middle of a field name. For example, item.picturedetails.galleryUrl is not allowed.

To delete a listing enhancement like 'BoldTitle', specify the value you are deleting; for example, Item.ListingEnhancement[BoldTitle].
Item ItemType Required The Item container is used to configure the item that will be relisted. If the seller plans to relist the item with no changes, the only field under the Item container that is required is the ItemID field. In the ItemID field, the seller specifies the item that will be relisted. If the seller wishes to change anything else for the listing, the seller should include this field in the call request and give it a new value.

If the seller wants to delete one or more optional settings in the listing, the seller should use the DeletedField tag.
Item.ApplicationData string Optional Return custom, application-specific data associated with the item. The data you specify is stored by eBay with the item for your own reference, but it is not used by eBay in any way. Use ApplicationData to store special information for yourself, such as a part number. For a SKU in an eBay.com listing, use the SKU element instead. To remove this value when revising or relisting an item, use DeletedField.

Max length: 32.
Item.AutoPay boolean Optional If true, the seller requests immediate payment for a fixed-price item or an auction item that is purchased with the 'Buy it Now' feature. If false or not specified, immediate payment is not requested. (In responses, does not indicate whether the item is actually still a candidate for purchase via immediate payment.)

For sellers not opted in to eBay managed payments: immediate payment is only available if the eBay marketplace supports PayPal as a payment method, and the listing category supports immediate payment (the AutoPayEnabled should be returned as true in the GetCategories response). To enable the listing with the immediated payment requirement, AutoPay must be true, the PayPalEmailAddress field must be included and must have a valid PayPal email address for the seller, and the only specified PaymentMethods value must be PayPal.

For sellers opted in to eBay managed payments: the only requirement is that the listing category supports immediate payments. With managed payments, eBay handles the payment methods available to the buyer, so the seller will not have to specify any payment methods, and will not have include the PayPalEmailAddress field. The seller only has to include the AutoPay field and set it to true to create an Immediate Payment listing.

If a seller does not wish to require immediate payment, the AutoPay flag is not required since it defaults to false.

Default: false.

See:
    Requiring Immediate Payment
    Requiring Immediate Payment of a Vehicle Deposit

Item.CategoryMappingAllowed boolean Optional Note: This field's value now defaults to true if this field is omitted. Previously, the default value was false, so a user had to include this field and set it to true in order for eBay to map an outdated Primary or Secondary Category ID to the updated Category ID. This boolean field controls whether or not eBay automatically maps outdated Category ID(s) specified in a PrimaryCategory and/or SecondaryCategory container(s) to the updatd Category ID(s) no longer exists in the current category structure: If you pass a value of true in CategoryMappingAllowed or just omit the field, eBay will look up the current Category ID(s) that have replaced the specified Category ID(s). If you pass a value of false, eBay will not do any mapping, and the call may fail if specified Category ID(s) are no longer valid IDs for a eBay leaf category. The new Category ID(s) will be returned in the CategoryID and Category2ID fields (if secondary category is used) of the Add/Revise/Relist call response.


Default: true.

See Maintaining Category Data.

Item.Charity CharityType Optional This container identifies the nonprofit organization that will benefit with a percentage of the proceeds from each sale of an item through an auction or fixed-price listing. Charity names and IDs can be found by going to eBay for Charity page and doing a search, or by doing a search with the GetCharities call. The donation percentage can be set in 5 percent increments from 10 percent to 100 percent. For all charitable listings, PayPal must be an accepted payment method(see Item.PaymentMethods).

When it comes to revising an auction or fixed-price listing, you can add a benefitting charity (as long as there is at least 12 hours left before end of listing/close of auction), but you cannot remove or change a nonprofit company once one is already established in the original listing.

For Revise calls: The non-profit organization and donation percentage can now be modified in a Revise call as long as there are no active bids on an auction listing, or no pending Best Offers/Counter Offers on a listing.

This container will only be returned in Get calls for charitable listings. Charitable listings are only supported in the US and UK marketplaces.

See Identifying Listings that Benefit Nonprofits.

Item.Charity.CharityID string Conditional The unique identifier that eBay creates and assigns to each nonprofit organization.

Note: In an Add/Revise/Relist call, this CharityID should be used instead of the CharityNumber field, which is the PayPal Giving Fund's unique identifier for the nonprofit organization. The CharityNumber field will eventually be deprecated. The field is required in an Add/Revise/Relist call if the seller will be donating a percentage of the sale proceeds to this organization for each sale generated by the listing. If both the CharityNumber and CharityID fields are used, the CharityID takes precedence.
Item.Charity.CharityNumber int Conditional This numeric value is the unique identifier assigned to a nonprofit charity organization by the PayPal Giving Fund.

Note: In an Add/Revise/Relist call, use CharityID instead, which is the unique identifier that eBay creates and assigns to the same nonprofit organization. The CharityNumber field will eventually be deprecated. If both the CharityNumber and CharityID fields are used, the CharityID takes precedence.
Item.Charity.DonationPercent float Conditional The percentage of the purchase price that the seller chooses to donate to the selected nonprofit organization. This percentage is displayed in the eBay for Charity listing. Possible values: 10.0 to 100.0. The DonationPercent field is required in an Add/Revise/Relist call if the seller will be donating a percentage of the sale proceeds for each sale generated by the listing.
Item.ConditionDescription string Conditional This string field is used by the seller to more clearly describe the condition of items that are not brand new.

The ConditionDescription field is available for all categories, including categories where the condition type is not applicable (e.g., Antiques). This field is applicable for all item conditions except 'New', 'Brand New', 'New with tags', and 'New in box'. If ConditionDescription is used with these conditions (Condition IDs 1000-1499), eBay will simply ignore this field if included, and eBay will return a warning message to the user.

This field should only be used to further clarify the condition of the used item. For example, "The right leg of the chair has a small scratch, and on the seat back there is a light blue stain about the shape and size of a coin." It should not be used for branding, promotions, shipping, returns, payment or other information unrelated to the condition of the item. Make sure that the condition type (Item.ConditionID), condition description, item description (Item.Description), and the listing's pictures do not contradict one another.

Note: The ConditionDescription field is optional For Add/Revise/Relist API calls. ConditionDescription is currently supported on the eBay US and US eBay Motors (0), UK (3), CA (2), CAFR (210), AU (15), AT (16), BEFR (23), BENL (123), FR (71), DE (77), IT (101), NL (146), ES (186), CH (193), IE (205) and PL (212) sites.
The ConditionDescription field is returned by GetItem (and other related calls that return the Item object) if a condition description is specified in the listing.

Max length: 1000.
Item.ConditionID int Conditional This is a numeric identifier for an item's condition. All numeric Condition ID values map to an item condition string value. For example, numeric identifer 1000 maps to New condition.

Most eBay listing categories require an item condition, but a few eBay categories do not (such as Digital Gift Cards or Antiques categories). To verify if the listing category requires an item condition, and if so, what are the supported item condition and ConditionID values, you can call GetCategoryFeatures. In this GetCategoryFeatures call, you'd pass in the listing CategoryID value and two FeatureID fields - one of these fields set to ConditionEnabled, and the other field set to ConditionValues.

In the GetCategoryFeatures response, look at the Category.ConditionEnabled to see if item condition is required for the category. Then look at the Category.ConditionValues container in the response for the full list of Condition IDs that you can pass in through the ConditionID field of an Add/Revise/Relist/Verify call. Note that the Condition.DisplayName value in the response is the actual condition value that will appear in the actual eBay listing.

If you pass in a ConditionID value that is not valid for the category, or if you don't pass in a ConditionID value at all for a category that requires it, the listing request fails.

If you are listing in two categories (using a secondary category), it is the primary listing category that determines which ConditionID values are supported.

For Revise/Relist calls: In most cases, you can change the ConditionID value (if applicable/warranted), with the exception being an auction listing that has one or more bids, or any listing that is scheduled to end in 12 hours or less.

For GetItem: The ConditionID value is always returned if set for the listing. GetItem also returns the item condition string value in the ConditionDisplayName field.

Note: In the US and Australian marketplaces, Condition ID 2000 now maps to an item condition of 'Certified Refurbished', but this item condition is only available for use for a select number of US and Australian sellers. Other sellers on these two marketplaces will be blocked if they try to create a new listing or revise an existing listing with this item condition. Any active listings on the US and Australian marketplaces that had 'Manufacturer Refurbished' as the item condition have been automatically updated by eBay to the 'Seller Refurbished' item condition (Condition ID 2500).

For all other marketplaces besides the US and Australia, Condition ID 2000 still maps to 'Manufacturer Refurbished'. Any US or Australian seller who is interested in eligibility requirements to list with 'Certified Refurbished' should see the Certified refurbished program page in Seller Center.

See:
    Specifying an Item's Condition
    ConditionValues in GetCategoryFeatures
    Item Condition Look-up Table (and Automatic Mapping)

Item.Country CountryCodeType Optional This two-digit enumeration value indicates the country of the seller's registration address. CountryCodeType defines the supported values. The GeteBayDetails call can also be used (include the DetailName field and set its value to CountryDetails) to see the full list of supported country codes.

In an Add/Revise/Relist/Verify call, this field is required.

Applicable values: See Country.
Item.CrossBorderTrade string Optional,
repeatable: [0..*]
This field is used by sellers who want their listing to be returned in the search results for other eBay sites. This feature is currently only supported by the US, UK, eBay Canada, and eBay Ireland sites. See Getting exposure on international sites for full requirements on using this feature. There is a small listing fee for each country specified as a Cross Border Trade country.

US listings that offer shipping to Canada, North America, or worldwide are automatically returned on eBay.ca at no extra charge, so US listings that offer shipping to these locations do not need to specify Canada as a Cross Border Trade country.

See Making Listings Available by Default on Another Site.

Item.Description string Conditional The seller's description of the item. In listing requests, you can submit your description using CDATA if you want to use HTML or XML-reserved characters in the description. However, a seller can not use any active content in their listing description. Active content includes animation or video via JavaScript, Flash, plug-ins, or form actions. All active content will be blocked/removed from a listing. Removing/blocking active content will lead to faster load times of listings, make listings more mobile-friendly, improve SEO performance, and lead to a more secure eBay Marketplace.

Note: To ensure that their listing description is optimized when viewed on mobile devices, sellers should strongly consider using eBay's View Item description summary feature when listing their item. Using HTML div and span tag attributes, this feature allows sellers to customize and fully control the listing description that is displayed for prospective buyers when viewing the item on a mobile device. The listing description on mobile devices is limited to 800 characters, and whenever the listing description exceeds this limit, eBay uses a special algorithm to derive the best possible description within the 800-character limit. However, due to some description content being removed, it is definitely not ideal for the seller, and could possibly lead to a bad buyer experience and a Significantly not as described (SNAD) case, since the buyer may not get complete details on the item. See the eBay help page for more details on using the HTML div and span tags, and for more tips on creating listings that are mobile-friendly, see this Best practices document.
In the listing description, sellers are only allowed to provide links to product videos, freight shipping services, or other legally required information, and when providing these links in the listing description, the secure 'https' protocol must be used instead of 'http'. In addition, any valid links to sites outside of eBay should use the target="_blank" attribute in the a href tag so a new browser window will be loaded when the link is clicked instead of buyers being redirected off of eBay. For more information on using links in the listing description, see eBay's Links policy. For more information about the stronger security standards that eBay is using, see the Use secure HTTPS for enhanced browser security topic in the 2018 Fall Seller Update. The getListingViolations method of the Compliance API can be used to see if any of the seller's active listings are not 'HTTPS' compliant.

If you embed pictures in the description (by using IMG tags) instead of using PictureURL, but you want a camera icon to appear in search and listing pages, specify the following null-image URL in the PictureURL field: https://pics.ebay.com/aw/pics/dot_clear.gif. See Working with Pictures in an Item Listing in the eBay Features Guide.

This field is conditionally required for all listings. The exception is when the seller specifies a product identifier, such as a GTIN or ePID, through the ProductListingDetails container and a product match is found in the eBay product catalog. If a matching product is found in the eBay product catalog, the item description will be created automatically (as long as the ProductListingDetails.IncludeeBayProductDetails value is true).

Max length: 500000 (some sites may allow more, but the exact number may vary).

See IncludeeBayProductDetails.

Item.DigitalGoodInfo DigitalGoodInfoType Optional This container is used in Add/Revise/Relist/Verify listing calls to designate the listing as a digital gift card listing. It is also returned in GetItem to indicate that the listing contains a digital gift card.
Item.DigitalGoodInfo
  .DigitalDelivery
boolean Optional This field must be included in the request and set to true if the seller plans to list a digital gift card in a category that supports digital gift cards.

To verify if a specific category on a specific eBay site supports digital gift card listings, use the GetCategoryFeatures call, passing in a CategoryID value and a DigitalGoodDeliveryEnabled value in the FeatureID field. Look for a true value in the DigitalGoodDeliveryEnabled field of the corresponding Category node (match up the CategoryID values if more than one Category IDs were passed in the request).
Item.DisableBuyerRequirements boolean Optional If true, all buyer requirements (from Item.BuyerRequirementDetails or Buyer requirements preferences in My eBay) are ignored.

If false (or omitted): Item.BuyerRequirementDetails or Buyer requirements preferences are used, with Item.BuyerRequirementDetails having the higher precedence.

Default: false.
Item.DiscountPriceInfo DiscountPriceInfoType Optional This container provides information for an item that has a Strikethrough Price (STP) or a Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) discount pricing treatment. STP and MAP apply only to fixed-price listings. STP is available on the US, eBay Motors, UK, Germany, Canada (English and French), France, Italy, and Spain sites, while MAP is available only on the US site.

Discount pricing is available to qualified sellers (and their associated developers) who participate in the Discount Pricing Program. Once qualified, sellers receive a 'special account flag' (SAF) that allows them to apply Discount Pricing to both single-variation and multi-variation items. STP is intended for eBay partners and their sellers only.

As a seller listing Discount Price items, you are required to maintain records of your discount pricing in the event you are called upon to substantiate your item pricing.

For AddFixedPriceItem, RelistFixedPriceItem, ReviseFixedPriceItem, and VerifyAddFixedPriceItem: If you are listing variations (MSKU items), use Variation.DiscountPriceInfo for each variation.
Item.DiscountPriceInfo
  .MadeForOutletComparisonPrice
AmountType (double) Conditional Applicable only if the item was specifically made for sale through dedicated eBay outlet pages (e.g., eBay Fashion Outlet).

The comparison price is the price of a comparable product sold through non-outlet channels on eBay (or elsewhere), or not specifically made for the outlet.

In fashion, a "comparable" product shares the same design, but is not considered an identical product. Some products are specifically made for outlets, and may have a different SKU than the "comparable" product. These made-for-outlet products may be manufactured in a different place, with different materials, or according to different specifications (i.e. different stitch pattern, seam reinforcement, button quality, etc.)
Item.DiscountPriceInfo
  .MinimumAdvertisedPrice
AmountType (double) Conditional Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) is an agreement between suppliers (or manufacturers (OEM)) and the retailers (sellers) stipulating the lowest price an item is allowed to be advertised at. Sellers can offer prices below MAP by means of other discounts. This only applies to fixed-price listings and auction listings with the Buy It Now option.
Item.DiscountPriceInfo
  .MinimumAdvertisedPriceExposure
MinimumAdvertisedPriceExposureCodeType Conditional For MinimumAdvertisedPrice (MAP) listings only. A seller cannot show the actual discounted price on eBay's View Item page. Instead, the buyer can either click on a pop-up on eBay's View Item page, or the discount price will be shown during checkout.

Applicable values:

CustomCode
Reserved for future use.
DuringCheckout
This enumeration value indicates that the discounted price will only be shown to the buyer once the buyer reaches the eBay Checkout page. To enable this pricing treatment when adding/revising/relisting an item, include the DiscountPriceInfo.MinimumAdvertisedPriceExposure field in an Add/Revise/Relist calls and set its value to DuringCheckout.
None
This enumeration value indicates that the discounted price is shown on the View Item page, and the buyer is not required to add the item to his/her cart or click Buy button to view the discounted price. To enable this pricing treatment when adding/revising/relisting an item, include the DiscountPriceInfo.MinimumAdvertisedPriceExposure field in an Add/Revise/Relist call and set its value to None.
PreCheckout
This enumeration value indicates that the buyer must add the item to his/her cart before the discounted price can be displayed. To enable this pricing treatment when adding/revising/relisting an item, include the DiscountPriceInfo.MinimumAdvertisedPriceExposure field in an Add/Revise/Relist calls and set its value to PreCheckout.
Item.DiscountPriceInfo
  .OriginalRetailPrice
AmountType (double) Conditional The actual retail price set by the manufacturer (OEM). eBay does not maintain or validate the OriginalRetailPrice supplied by the seller. OriginalRetailPrice should always be more than StartPrice. Compare the StartPrice/BuyItNowPrice to OriginalRetailPrice to determine the amount of savings to the buyer.
Item.DiscountPriceInfo
  .SoldOffeBay
boolean Conditional Used by the eBay UK and eBay Germany (DE) sites, this flag indicates that the discount price (specified as StartPrice) is the price for which the seller offered the same (or similar) item for sale on a Web site or offline store other than eBay in the previous 30 days. The discount price is always in reference to the seller's own price for the item.

If this field is set to true, eBay displays 'Was*' in the UK and 'Ursprunglich*' in Germany, next to the discounted price of the item. In the event both SoldOffeBay and SoldOneBay fields are set to true, SoldOneBay takes precedence.

Default: false.
Item.DiscountPriceInfo
  .SoldOneBay
boolean Conditional Used by the eBay UK and eBay Germany (DE) sites, this flag indicates that the discount price (specified as StartPrice) is the price for which the seller offered the same (or similar) item for sale on eBay within the previous 30 days. The discount price is always in reference to the seller's own price for the item.

If this field is set to true, eBay displays 'Was' in the UK and 'Ursprunglich' in Germany, next to the discounted price of the item. In the event both SoldOffeBay and SoldOneBay fields are set to true, SoldOneBay takes precedence.

Default: false.
Item.DispatchTimeMax int Conditional Specifies the maximum number of business days the seller commits to for preparing an item to be shipped after receiving a cleared payment. This time does not include the shipping time (the carrier's transit time).

Note: If the seller opts into the eBay Guaranteed Delivery feature and wants to make a listing eligible for eBay Guaranteed Delivery, the DispatchTimeMax value must be set to 0 or 1 (days) and the cumulative value of DispatchTimeMax plus the transit time of the shipping service (returned in ShippingServiceDetails.ShippingTimeMax field of GeteBayDetails) must be 4 business days or less to be eligible for this feature. See the eBay Guaranteed Delivery page in Seller Center for more information on this program. The eBay Guaranteed Delivery feature is only available on the US and Australia marketplaces.
For Add/Revise/Relist calls: Required for listings in certain categories when certain shipping services (with delivery) are offered. See HandlingTimeEnabled in GetCategoryFeatures.

The seller sets this to a positive integer value corresponding to the number of 'handling' days. For a list of allowed values on each eBay site, use DispatchTimeMaxDetails in GeteBayDetails. Supported handling times for most sites in most categories range from 0 (same-day handling) to 3 business days, but this can vary by site. Some categories on some sites support longer handling times, and this generally comes into play with extremely large items where freight shipping may be required.

This field is required whenever flat-rate or calculated shipping is used, but does not apply when there is no shipping involved, which is the case for digital gift card listings, or any orders where local pickup is available and this option is selected by the buyer.

For ReviseItem only: If the listing has bids or sales and it ends within 12 hours, you can't change this value. If the listing is a GTC listing that has sales or ends within 12 hours (one or the other, but not both), you can add or change this value. If the listing has no bids or sales and more than 12 hours remain before the listing ends, you can add or change the dispatch (handling) time.

For GetItem: GetItem returns DispatchTimeMax only when shipping service options are specified for the item and the seller specified a dispatch time.

See:
    Handling Time and Estimated Delivery Time
    (GetCategoryFeatures) Category.HandlingTimeEnabled for categories that support handling times

Item.eBayPlus boolean Optional eBay Plus is a premium account option for buyers, which provides benefits such as fast and free domestic shipping, and free returns on selected items. To offer this feature to buyers, sellers must opt in to eBay Plus, and their selling status must be 'Above Standard' or above.

In an add/revise/relist call, the seller must include this field and set its value to true. If the seller is not eligible for/opted in to eBay Plus and/or the listing category or item does not qualify for eBay Plus, a warning message will be returned to the seller in the response indicating this. In addition to the seller, listing category, and item being eligible for eBay Plus, the seller must also set/commit to the following for the listing:
  • Listing format must be fixed-price.
  • Same-day or one-day handling (DispatchTimeMax set to 0 or 1).
  • A free, next-day shipping option offered.
  • A return policy that offers a 30-day (or longer) return period.

If this field is returned as true in a 'Get' call, it indicates that the item is eligible for eBay Plus treatment, but eBay Plus will only come into play if the buyer is subscribed to eBay Plus.

Note: Currently, eBay Plus is available only to buyers in Germany, Austria, and Australia marketplaces.

See:
    Offering eBay Plus for more details
    Selling with eBay Plus (Australia help page)

Item.HitCounter HitCounterCodeType Optional Indicates whether an optional hit counter is displayed on the item's listing page and, if so, what type. See HitCounterCodeType for specific values.
is not enabled on the Germany, Austria, Switzerland, or Poland sites.
Default: NoHitCounter.

Applicable values: See HitCounter.
Item.IncludeRecommendations boolean Optional This boolean field should be included and set to true if the seller wishes to see listing recommendations in the call response via the ListingRecommendations container. Listing recommendations provide one or more messages to the seller on recommendations on:
  • improving a listing
  • bringing a listing up to standard in regards to Top-Rated seller/listing requirements
  • mandated or recommended Item Specifics
  • picture quality requirements
  • pricing and/or listing format recommendations
  • recommended keywords and/or Item Specifics in a Title
  • offering fast handling (same-day handling or handling time of 1 day) and/or a free shipping option in order to qualify the listing for a Fast 'N Free badge
Item.InventoryTrackingMethod InventoryTrackingMethodCodeType Optional Indicates whether you prefer to track your eBay listings by eBay Item ID or by your own SKU.

If a seller will be converting an existing eBay listing into the new Inventory model using the bulkMigrateListings call of the Inventory API, the InventoryTrackingMethod value must be set to ItemID (default value), but the item must also have a SKU value (Item.SKU or Variation.SKU) associated with it. For GetItem and related calls: Only returned when the value is SKU; not returned when the value is ItemID.

Default: ItemID.

Applicable values:

CustomCode
Reserved for internal or future use.
ItemID
Indicates the seller prefers to track the listing by its eBay item ID. This is the default for all listings.
SKU
Indicates the seller prefers to track the listing by their own SKU.

When you track by SKU, it means you can pass in your SKU instead of the eBay item ID in other calls that support SKU as an input field. If you choose SKU as your tracking preference for a listing, the value in Item.SKU must be unique across your active listings. You cannot create new listings with the same Item.SKU value while the listing is active (that is, until the existing listing with that SKU has ended).

However, you can use ReviseInventoryStatus to update the quantity and/or price for the existing SKU as needed. When revising a listing where the InventoryTrackingMethod was set to SKU, you must pass in both the InventoryTrackingMethod tag (with the value set to SKU) and the SKU tag with the SKU value from your original listing.

See eBay Merchant Data API for AddFixedPriceItem and ReviseFixedPriceItem.

Item.InventoryTrackingMethod InventoryTrackingMethodCodeType Optional Indicates whether you prefer to track your eBay listings by eBay Item ID or by your own SKU.

If a seller will be converting an existing eBay listing into the new Inventory model using the bulkMigrateListings call of the Inventory API, the InventoryTrackingMethod value must be set to ItemID (default value), but the item must also have a SKU value (Item.SKU or Variation.SKU) associated with it. For GetItem and related calls: Only returned when the value is SKU; not returned when the value is ItemID.

Default: ItemID.

Applicable values:

CustomCode
Reserved for internal or future use.
ItemID
Indicates the seller prefers to track the listing by its eBay item ID. This is the default for all listings.
SKU
Indicates the seller prefers to track the listing by their own SKU.

When you track by SKU, it means you can pass in your SKU instead of the eBay item ID in other calls that support SKU as an input field. If you choose SKU as your tracking preference for a listing, the value in Item.SKU must be unique across your active listings. You cannot create new listings with the same Item.SKU value while the listing is active (that is, until the existing listing with that SKU has ended).

However, you can use ReviseInventoryStatus to update the quantity and/or price for the existing SKU as needed. When revising a listing where the InventoryTrackingMethod was set to SKU, you must pass in both the InventoryTrackingMethod tag (with the value set to SKU) and the SKU tag with the SKU value from your original listing.

See eBay Merchant Data API for AddFixedPriceItem and ReviseFixedPriceItem.

Item.ItemCompatibilityList ItemCompatibilityListType Optional A list of parts compatibility information specified as name and value pairs. Describes an assembly with which a part is compatible (i.e., compatibility by application). For example, to specify a part's compatibility with a vehicle, the name (search name) would map to standard vehicle characteristics (e.g., Year, Make, Model, Trim, and Engine). The values would describe the specific vehicle, such as a 2006 Honda Accord. Use the Product Metadata API to retrieve valid search names and corresponding values.

For the AddItem family of calls: Use this for specifying parts compatibility by application manually. This can only be used in categories that support parts compatibility by application. Use GetCategoryFeatures with the CompatibilityEnabled feature ID to determine which categories support parts compatibility by application.

For ReviseFixedPriceItem and ReviseItem: When you revise a listing, if the listing has bids and/or ends within 12 hours, item compatibilities cannot be deleted. You may add item compatibilities at any time.

For GetItem: ItemCompatibilityList is only returned if the seller included item compatibility in the listing and IncludeItemCompatibilityList is set to true in the GetItem request.

See:
    Product Metadata API Call Reference for information on retrieving compatibility search names and corresponding values needed to specify compatibility by application manually
    Listing Items with Parts Compatibility

Item.ItemCompatibilityList
  .Compatibility
ItemCompatibilityType Conditional,
repeatable: [0..*]
Details for an individual compatible application, consisting of the name-value pair and related parts compatibility notes. When revising or relisting, the Delete field can be used to delete individual parts compatibility nodes.

Note: For the GetItem call, Compatibility includes only parts compatibility details that were specified manually; that is, they do not correspond to an eBay catalog product. To retrieve parts compatibility details that do correspond to eBay catalog products, use the eBay Product API's getProductCompatibilities call.
Item.ItemCompatibilityList
  .Compatibility
  .CompatibilityNotes
string Conditional The seller may optionally enter any notes pertaining to the parts compatibility being specified. Use this field to specify the placement of the part on a vehicle or the type of vehicle a part fits.
Item.ItemCompatibilityList
  .Compatibility.NameValueList
NameValueListType Conditional,
repeatable: [0..*]
A name-value pair describing a single compatible application. The allowed names and values are specific to the primary category in which the item is listed. For example, when listing in a Parts & Accessories category, where the applications are vehicles, the allowed names might include Year, Make, and Model, and the values would correspond to specific vehicles in eBay's catalog. For details and examples, see the Features Guide.

The eBay Germany, UK, Austria, France, Italy, and Spain sites support the use of K type vehicle numbers to specify vehicle parts compatibility. To use a K type number, set the Name field to "KType" and set the corresponding Value field to the appropriate K type number.

The DE and UK eBay sites also support the use of an eBay Product ID (or ePID) number/value pair to specify motorcycle and scooter parts compatibility (currently, only DE supports scooter parts compatibily). To use an ePID number to specify part compatibilities, set the Name field to "ePID" and the corresponding Value field to the ePID number that matches the motorcycle for the part(s) you are listing. Motorcycle ePID numbers are provided by the Master Motorcycle List (MML) file, which contains the ePID numbers and their associated vehicle mappings). For motorcycles, an ePID number contains the vehicle make, model, CCM, year, and submodel data. Please use the following links to obtain the DE and UK MML data files:

- DE seller help page: http://verkaeuferportal.ebay.de/fahrzeugteile-und-zubehoer-optimal-einstellen
- UK seller help page: http://pages.ebay.co.uk/help/sell/contextual/master-motorcycle-list-manually.html

See Product Metadata API Call Reference for information on retrieving parts compatibility search names and corresponding values needed to specify compatibility by application manually.

Item.ItemCompatibilityList
  .Compatibility.NameValueList
  .Name
string Conditional Depending on the call and context, this value is either a name of an Item/Category/Variation Specific, or a Parts Compatibility name.

For the AddItem and AddFixedPriceItem families of calls: In the Item.ItemSpecifics context, this can be any name that the seller wants to use. However, to help buyers find items more easily, it is a good idea to try to use a recommended name when possible (see GetCategorySpecifics). You can't specify the same name twice within the same listing.

For the AddFixedPriceItem family of calls: In the VariationSpecifics context, this can be any name that the seller wants to use, unless the VariationsEnabled flag is false for the name in the GetCategorySpecifics response. For example, for some categories eBay may recommend that you only use "Brand" as a shared name at the Item level, not in variations.

For the AddFixedPriceItem family of calls: In the Compatibility.NameValueList context, this value is a motor vehicle aspect such as Year, Make, and Model. A Compatibility.NameValueList container is applicable for motor vehicle parts and accessories listings.

For GetCategorySpecifics: This is a recommended (popular) name to use for items in the specified category (e.g., "Brand" might be recommended, not "Manufacturer").

For PlaceOffer: Required if the item being purchased includes Item Variations.

Note: For mandatory and recommended item specifics that are returned in the GetCategorySpecifics call, the seller should pass in the name of these item specifics just as they are shown in the GetCategorySpecifics response. Similarly, for catalog-enabled categories, the seller should pass in the name of instance aspects just as they are shown in the GetCategorySpecifics response. Instance aspects are additional details unique to a specific item or listing that a seller can include along with the product aspects that are already defined in the eBay catalog product associated with the listing. Instance aspects common to many catalog-enabled categories include 'Bundle Description' and 'Modification Description'. As of August 30, 2018, eBay US sellers who ship to California are required to pass in a 'California Prop 65 Warning' item specific if the item in the listing contains one or more chemicals known to be harmful to human health. This item specific is passed at the listing level for both single-variation and multiple-variation listings. The 'California Prop 65 Warning' is considered an instance specific because it will be retained on the listing even when the seller lists using an eBay catalog product. The 'California Prop 65 Warning' may be applicable in most eBay US categories, including eBay Motors, Motors Parts & Accessories, and catalog-enabled categories. Note: If Brand and MPN (Manufacturer Part Number) are being used to identify product variations in a multiple-variation listing, the Brand must be specified at the item level (ItemSpecifics container) and the MPN for each product variation must be specified at the variation level (VariationSpecifics container). The Brand name must be the same for all variations within a single listing.
Max length: 65.
Item.ItemCompatibilityList
  .Compatibility.NameValueList
  .Value
string Conditional,
repeatable: [0..*]
Depending on the call and context, this value is either the value of an Item/Category/Variation Specific, a Parts Compatibility value, or a product identifier.

For the AddItem family of calls: If you specify multiple values for Item Specifics, eBay only stores the first one, unless GetCategorySpecifics indicates that the corresponding name supports multiple values.

For the AddFixedPriceItem family of calls: If you specify multiple values for Item Specifics or Variation Specifics, eBay only stores the first one, unless GetCategorySpecifics indicates that the corresponding name supports multiple values.

In VariationSpecificSet, you typically specify multiple Value fields for each name. For example, if Name = Size, you would specify all size values that you wan to offer in the listing.

For the Compatibility.NameValueList context, this is the corresponding value of a motor vehicle aspect such as Year, Make, and Model. A Compatibility.NameValueList container is applicable for motor vehicle parts and accessories listings.

For GetCategorySpecifics: The most highly recommended values are returned first. For these calls, Value is only returned when recommended values are available.

For PlaceOffer: Required if the item being purchased includes Item Variations.


Note: The standard maximum length for the value of an item specific is 65, but the maximum allowed length increases for instance aspects such as 'Bundle Description' and 'Modification Description'. The maximum allowed length for these instance aspects are returned in the GetCategorySpecifics call. The maximum allowed length for the new 'California Prop 65 Warning' item specific is 800 characters. For more information about the 'California Prop 65 Warning' item specific, see the ItemSpecifics.NameValueList field description.
Max length: 65 (but longer for some instance aspects, including 800 for 'California Prop 65 Warning').
Item.ItemCompatibilityList
  .ReplaceAll
boolean Conditional Set this value to true to delete or replace all existing parts compatibility information when you revise or relist an item. If set to true, all existing item parts compatibility nodes are removed from the listing. If new item compatibilities are specified in the request, they replace the removed compatibilities.

Note: To ensure that buyer expectations are upheld, you cannot delete or replace an item parts compatibility list if the listing has bids or if the auction ends within 12 hours.
Default: false.
Item.ItemID ItemIDType (string) Conditional The unique identifier of the eBay listing. This identifier is generated by eBay and returned in the response of an Add call if an item is successfully listed. Once an item is successfully created, the ItemID cannot be modified.

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. Your code should be prepared to handle IDs of up to 19 digits.
Item.ItemSpecifics NameValueListArrayType Conditional This container is a list of Item Specific Name/Value pairs used by the seller to provide desciptive details of an item in a structured manner.

If creating, revising, or relisting an item with an Add, Revise, or Relist call, it is recommended that you use the GetCategorySpecifics call to retrieve mandatory and recommended Item Specifics for a listing category.

For ReviseItem only: When you revise a listing, if an auction listing has one or more bids and ends within 12 hours, you cannot change or add Item Ppecifics. If the auction listing has bids but ends in more than 12 hours, you cannot change existing Item Specifics, but you can add Item Specifics that were not previously included.

If your listing is in a eBay product catalog-enabled category, certain Name/Value pairs will be accepted as product identifying information. The Name can be Brand, MPN, or a Global Trade Item Number (GTIN). GTINs are a set of globally recognized identifiers, including EAN, ISBN, and UPC. However, the Values provided for these Names must comply with eBay's constraints or they will not be recognized as product identifiers. The Value for Brand must be an actual brand name (except that if the item is not branded, Value can be Unbranded.) The Value for Brand or MPN cannot contain only special characters (e.g. %$*#@). All GTINs must comply with international formatting standards. For more details, see Listing with Item Specifics.

If the ProductListingDetails container in an Add/Revise/Relist call is successfully used to find and use an eBay catalog product to create/revise listing, the seller should not remove or change the value of any Item Specific name or value that is defined as part of the eBay catalog product definition.

Note: If a listing is associated with an eBay catalog product, the seller does not need to pass in any Item Specifics that are already defined in the eBay catalog product. Sellers can make a GetCategorySpecifics call to see if the listing category supports any 'instance aspects', which can be thought of as Item Specifics that are unique to the specific item that is being listed. Instance aspects are identified in the GetCategorySpecifics response by looking for a value of Instance in one or more NameRecommendation.ValidationRules.aspectUsage fields. Many categories support the following instance aspects: Custom Bundle, Bundle Description, Modified Item, Modification Description, and California Prop 65 Warning. These instance aspects allow the seller to provide more information about product bundles or modified products in a structured way. Depending on the category, there are other instance aspects as well. For more information about creating bundle listings or modified product listings, see the Associating catalog products to special listings topic. Note: To specify an item's condition, use the ConditionID field instead of a condition Item Specific. Use GetCategoryFeatures to see which categories support ConditionID and to get a list of valid condition IDs. (If you specify ConditionID and you also specify Condition as a Item Specific, eBay drops the condition Item Specific.) For GetItem: This list is returned only when you specify IncludeItemSpecifics in the request (and the seller included Item Specifics in their listing).

To delete all Item Specifics when you revise or relist, specify Item.ItemSpecifics in DeletedField, and don't pass ItemSpecifics in the request.

See Working with Item Specifics.

Item.ItemSpecifics
  .NameValueList
NameValueListType Conditional,
repeatable: [0..45]
For the AddItem family of calls: Contains the name and value(s) for an Item Specific. Only required when the ItemSpecifics container is specified.

Note: The maximum number of item specifics that may be defined for a listing has increased from 30 to 45.
For the AddFixedPriceItem family of calls: The same NameValueList schema is used for the ItemSpecifics node, the VariationSpecifics node, and the VariationSpecifcsSet node.

If the listing has variations, any name that you use in the VariationSpecifics and VariationSpecificsSet nodes can't be used in the ItemSpecifics node.
When you list with Item Variations:
  • Specify shared Item Specifics (e.g., Brand) in the ItemSpecifics node.
  • Specify up to five VariationSpecifics in each Variation node.
  • Specify all applicable names with all their supported values in the VariationSpecificSet node.
See the Variation sample in the AddFixedPriceItem call reference for examples.

For PlaceOffer: Required if the item being purchased includes Item Variations.

For AddToWatchList and RemoveFromWatchList: The ItemID value of the multiple-variation listing and the name-value pair to identify each variation in the listing are required.

Note: As of August 30, 2018, California will require sellers to display a Proposition 65 warning on online retail sites if products contain chemicals and/or substances that may impact the health of California buyers. This requirement is applicable to most eBay US categories, including eBay Motors, Motors Parts & Accessories, and catalog-enabled categories. The warning message can be customized by the seller, but should contain the following basic information:
  • The name of at least one listed chemical that prompted the warning
  • Text stating that the product 'can expose you to' the chemical(s) in the product
  • The URL for OEHHA's new Proposition 65 warnings website, which is www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Unlike standard item specifics that allow a maximum of 65 characters in the Value field, the matching value for the 'California Prop 65 Warning' item specific allows up to 800 characters of text. When a seller passes in this item specific, eBay will automatically insert a warning symbol icon for the listing.

Item.ItemSpecifics
  .NameValueList.Name
string Conditional Depending on the call and context, this value is either a name of an Item/Category/Variation Specific, or a Parts Compatibility name.

For the AddItem and AddFixedPriceItem families of calls: In the Item.ItemSpecifics context, this can be any name that the seller wants to use. However, to help buyers find items more easily, it is a good idea to try to use a recommended name when possible (see GetCategorySpecifics). You can't specify the same name twice within the same listing.

For the AddFixedPriceItem family of calls: In the VariationSpecifics context, this can be any name that the seller wants to use, unless the VariationsEnabled flag is false for the name in the GetCategorySpecifics response. For example, for some categories eBay may recommend that you only use "Brand" as a shared name at the Item level, not in variations.

For the AddFixedPriceItem family of calls: In the Compatibility.NameValueList context, this value is a motor vehicle aspect such as Year, Make, and Model. A Compatibility.NameValueList container is applicable for motor vehicle parts and accessories listings.

For GetCategorySpecifics: This is a recommended (popular) name to use for items in the specified category (e.g., "Brand" might be recommended, not "Manufacturer").

For PlaceOffer: Required if the item being purchased includes Item Variations.

Note: For mandatory and recommended item specifics that are returned in the GetCategorySpecifics call, the seller should pass in the name of these item specifics just as they are shown in the GetCategorySpecifics response. Similarly, for catalog-enabled categories, the seller should pass in the name of instance aspects just as they are shown in the GetCategorySpecifics response. Instance aspects are additional details unique to a specific item or listing that a seller can include along with the product aspects that are already defined in the eBay catalog product associated with the listing. Instance aspects common to many catalog-enabled categories include 'Bundle Description' and 'Modification Description'. As of August 30, 2018, eBay US sellers who ship to California are required to pass in a 'California Prop 65 Warning' item specific if the item in the listing contains one or more chemicals known to be harmful to human health. This item specific is passed at the listing level for both single-variation and multiple-variation listings. The 'California Prop 65 Warning' is considered an instance specific because it will be retained on the listing even when the seller lists using an eBay catalog product. The 'California Prop 65 Warning' may be applicable in most eBay US categories, including eBay Motors, Motors Parts & Accessories, and catalog-enabled categories. Note: If Brand and MPN (Manufacturer Part Number) are being used to identify product variations in a multiple-variation listing, the Brand must be specified at the item level (ItemSpecifics container) and the MPN for each product variation must be specified at the variation level (VariationSpecifics container). The Brand name must be the same for all variations within a single listing.
Max length: 65.
Item.ItemSpecifics
  .NameValueList.Value
string Conditional,
repeatable: [0..*]
Depending on the call and context, this value is either the value of an Item/Category/Variation Specific, a Parts Compatibility value, or a product identifier.

For the AddItem family of calls: If you specify multiple values for Item Specifics, eBay only stores the first one, unless GetCategorySpecifics indicates that the corresponding name supports multiple values.

For the AddFixedPriceItem family of calls: If you specify multiple values for Item Specifics or Variation Specifics, eBay only stores the first one, unless GetCategorySpecifics indicates that the corresponding name supports multiple values.

In VariationSpecificSet, you typically specify multiple Value fields for each name. For example, if Name = Size, you would specify all size values that you wan to offer in the listing.

For the Compatibility.NameValueList context, this is the corresponding value of a motor vehicle aspect such as Year, Make, and Model. A Compatibility.NameValueList container is applicable for motor vehicle parts and accessories listings.

For GetCategorySpecifics: The most highly recommended values are returned first. For these calls, Value is only returned when recommended values are available.

For PlaceOffer: Required if the item being purchased includes Item Variations.


Note: The standard maximum length for the value of an item specific is 65, but the maximum allowed length increases for instance aspects such as 'Bundle Description' and 'Modification Description'. The maximum allowed length for these instance aspects are returned in the GetCategorySpecifics call. The maximum allowed length for the new 'California Prop 65 Warning' item specific is 800 characters. For more information about the 'California Prop 65 Warning' item specific, see the ItemSpecifics.NameValueList field description.
Max length: 65 (but longer for some instance aspects, including 800 for 'California Prop 65 Warning').
Item.ListingDetails ListingDetailsType Optional Various details about a listing, some of which are calculated or derived after the item is listed. These include the start and end time, converted (localized) prices, and certain flags that indicate whether the seller specified fields whose values are not visible to the requesting user. For GetMyeBayBuying, returned as a self-closed element if no listings meet the request criteria.

In an Add/Revise/Relist call, this container is used to set the Best Offer Auto-Accept and Best Offer Auto-Decline threshold values.
Item.ListingDetails
  .BestOfferAutoAcceptPrice
AmountType (double) Optional The price at which Best Offers are automatically accepted. Similar in use to MinimumBestOfferPrice. If a buyer submits a Best Offer that is at or above this value, the offer is automatically accepted by the seller. This applies only to items listed in categories that support the BestOfferAutoAcceptPrice feature.

For this setting to have an effect, the Best Offer feature must be enabled for the listing, and only the seller who listed the item will see BestOfferAutoAcceptPrice in a call response.

For Revise and Relist calls: If a seller wanted to disable the Best Offer Auto-Accept and/or Best Offer Auto-Reject feature when revising or relisting an item, the full path to one or both of these two corresponding fields would be provided in a DeletedField tag, like the following:
 Item.ListingDetails.BestOfferAutoAcceptPrice 
Item.ListingDetails
  .MinimumBestOfferPrice
AmountType (double) Optional Specifies the minimum acceptable Best Offer price. If a buyer submits a Best Offer that is below this value, the offer is automatically declined. This applies only to items listed in categories that support the Best Offer auto-decline feature.

In order for this setting to have an effect, Best Offer must be enabled for the listing, and this value will only be exposed to the seller who listed the item.

For Revise and Relist calls: If a seller wanted to disable the Best Offer auto-accept and/or Best Offer auto-reject feature when revising or relisting an item, the full path to one or both of these two corresponding fields would be provided in a DeletedField tag, like the following:
 Item.ListingDetails.MinimumBestOfferPrice 

Note: The Best Offer feature is now available for auction listings on the following sites: US, Canada, UK, Germany, Australia, France, Italy, and Spain. However, sellers must choose between offering Best Offer or Buy It Now on an auction listing, as both features cannot be enabled on the same auction listing. As of January 2019, the value set in this field for an auction listing can be more than the auction start price.
Item.ListingDuration token Optional Describes the number of days the seller wants the listing to be active (available for bidding/buying). The duration specifies the seller's initial intent at listing time.

The end time for a listing is calculated by adding the duration to the item's start time. If the listing ends early, the value of the listing duration does not change. When a listing's duration is changed, any related fees (e.g., 10-day fee) may be debited or credited (as applicable).

The valid choice of values depends on the listing format (see Item.ListingType). For a list of valid values, call GetCategoryFeatures with DetailLevel set to ReturnAll and look for ListingDurations information.

When you revise a listing, the duration cannot be reduced if it will result in ending the listing within 24 hours of the current date-time. You are only allowed to increase the duration of the listing if fewer than 2 hours have passed since you initially listed the item and the listing has no bids. You can decrease the value of this field only if the listing has no bids (or no items have sold) and the listing does not end within 12 hours.

Note: As of April 1, 2019, 'GTC' is the only supported listing duration for all eBay marketplaces with the following exceptions:
  • The following eBay Motors US categories are exempt from this change: Cars & Trucks (6001), Motorcycles (6024), Other Vehicles & Trailers (6038), Boats (26429), Powersports (66466).
  • All child categories under Cars, Motorcycles & Vehicles (9800) categories on the eBay UK and eBay Italy sites are also exempt from this change.
If any other listing duration value besides GTC is specified in this field, it will be ignored, and GTC will be used instead.


Applicable values: See ListingDurationCodeType
Item.ListingEnhancement ListingEnhancementsCodeType Optional,
repeatable: [0..*]
Describes listing upgrades that sellers can select for a fee, such as the BoldTitle upgrade. Also includes feature packs for saving on listing upgrades. See Listing Upgrades in the eBay site help.

You cannot remove listing upgrades when you revise a listing. When you relist an item, use DeletedField to remove a listing upgrades.

Applicable values:

BoldTitle
This value is used if the seller wants the listing title to be in boldface type. This feature will incur a listing fee. Note that this enhancement will not put the listing subtitle in boldface type (if a subtitle is used).

Currently, Bold Titles are only supported on eBay US, both Canada sites, eBay Netherlands, and eBay Poland.
CustomCode
Reserved for internal or future use.
ValuePackBundle
If this value is specified in an Add/Revise/Relist call, a Value Pack bundle is applied to the listing. The Value Pack bundle includes the Gallery Plus feature, a listing subtitle, and use of a Listing Designer template for a discounted price. Support for this feature varies by site and category.

Note: As of May 31, 2020, sellers are no longer able to use Listing Designer templates when they create or revise listings, so use of a Listing Designer template will no longer be a part of this bundle.
Item.ListingType ListingTypeCodeType Conditional The selling format of the eBay listing, such as auction (indicated with Chinese value), fixed-price (indicated with FixedPriceItem value), or classified ad (indicated with AdType value).

If this field is not included in an AddItem, AddItems, AddSellingManagerTemplate, or VerifyAddItem call, the listing type defaults to auction

For AddFixedPriceItem, RelistFixedPriceItem, or VerifyAddFixedPriceItem call, this field must be included and set to FixedPriceItem, since these calls only work with fixed-price listings.

This field is not applicable to Revise calls because the selling format of active listings cannot be changed.

Applicable values:

AdType
This enumeration value represents a classified ad in a Real Estate category. This listing type is only used to solicit inquiries from interested parties. To express interest, a buyer fills in a contact form that eBay forwards to the seller as a lead. This format does not enable buyers and sellers to transact online through eBay, and eBay Feedback is not available for ad format listings.

Although listing durations may vary by eBay marketplace and category, typical listing durations for real estate ads are 30 and 90 days. It is recommended that the seller uses the GetCategoryFeatures call to retrieve the actual listing durations that are supported for real estate ads on a particular marketplace and category.
Chinese
This value indicates an auction listing. In an auction listing, prospective buyers engage in a competitive bidding process, although Buy It Now may be offered as long as no bids have been placed. Auctions occur on the eBay marketplace site, and the auction listings will also appear in the seller's eBay Store (if the seller has an eBay Store).

Although listing durations may vary by eBay marketplace and category, typical listing durations for auctions are 3, 5, 7, and 10 days. It is recommended that the seller uses the GetCategoryFeatures call to retrieve the actual listing durations that are supported for auctions on a particular marketplace and category.
CustomCode
Reserved for internal or future use.
FixedPriceItem
With this listing format, the selling is offering the item at a fixed price, although it is still possible for the seller to negotiate the price with prospective buyers using the Best Offer feature. A fixed-price listing can offer a single item, or if the seller has multiple quantity of the same item, multiple quantity of that same item can be made available for sale through the same listing. Additionally, the seller can set up a multiple-variation, fixed-price listing, where similar items can be sold through the same listing. An example of a multiple-variation, fixed-price listing might be a t-shirt (or another article of clothing) that is available in multiple color and size combinations.

Traditionally, listing durations for fixed-prices listings have varied by eBay marketplace and category. Typical listing durations for fixed-price listings ranged from three to 30 days, or GTC (Good 'Til Cancelled). As of April 1, 2019, 'GTC' is the only supported listing duration for all eBay marketplaces with the following exceptions:
  • The following eBay Motors US categories are exempt from this change: Cars & Trucks (6001), Motorcycles (6024), Other Vehicles & Trailers (6038), Boats (26429), Powersports (66466).
  • All child categories under Cars, Motorcycles & Vehicles (9800) categories on the eBay UK and eBay Italy sites are also exempt from this change.

With the 'GTC' listing duration, the listing will remain active as long as the listing shows that inventory is available for purchase (available quantity is '1' or more). For sellers listing motor vehicles on the eBay US Motors, eBay UK, or eBay Italy sites, it is recommended that the seller uses the GetCategoryFeatures call to retrieve the supported listing durations for their particular marketplace and category.

Note: As of July 1, 2019, the Good 'Til Cancelled renewal schedule has been modified from every 30 days to once per calendar month. For example, if a GTC listing is created July 5, the next monthly renewal date will be August 5. If a GTC listing is created on the 31st of the month, but the following month only has 30 days, the renewal will happen on the 30th in the following month. Finally, if a GTC listing is created on January 29-31, the renewal will happen on February 28th (or 29th during a 'Leap Year'). See the Good 'Til Cancelled listings update in the Spring 2019 Seller Updates for more information about this change.
LeadGeneration
This enumeration value represents a (non-Real Estate) classified ad listing. The AdType enumeration value represents Real Estate classified ads. This listing type is only used to solicit inquiries from interested parties. To express interest, a buyer fills in a contact form that eBay forwards to the seller as a lead. This format does not enable buyers and sellers to transact online through eBay, and eBay Feedback is not available for ad format listings. Non-Real Estate classified ads are only available in a limited number of eBay categories, including Business and Industrial categories, Travel, ans Specialty Services.

Although listing durations may vary by eBay marketplace and category, typical listing durations for (non-Real Estate) classified ads are 30, 60, and 90 days. It is recommended that the seller uses the GetCategoryFeatures call to retrieve the actual listing durations that are supported for real estate ads on a particular marketplace and category.

(Not all values in ListingTypeCodeType apply to this field.)

See Overview of Listing Types.

Item.Location string Conditional Indicates the geographical location of the item (along with the value in the Country field). When you revise a listing, you can add or change this value only if the listing has no bids (or no items have sold) and it does not end within 12 hours.

If you do not specify Location, you must specify Item.PostalCode. If you specify a postal code, but do not specify a location, then the location is given a default value derived from the postal code.

For the Classified Ad format for motors vehicle listings, the value provided in the Location field is used as item location only if the SellerContactDetails.Street and the SellerContactDetails.Street2 are empty. Else, the SellerContactDetails.Street and the SellerContactDetails.Street2 will be used for item location.

Max length: 45.
Item.PaymentMethods BuyerPaymentMethodCodeType Conditional,
repeatable: [0..*]
Identifies the payment method (such as PayPal) that the seller will accept when the buyer pays for the item. For Add/Revise/Relist calls, at least one payment method must be specified unless the seller is onboarded for eBay managed payments.

Note: If you set up a payment policy via the Account API or the Business Polices Managment API, then you should not populate this field. Instead, indicate your payment policy using the SellerProfiles.SellerPaymentProfile container.
Note: eBay managed payments is currently available to a select set of sellers in the following countries: US, Germany, Canada, UK, and Australia. We expect a majority of sellers around the world to have transitioned into managed payments by the end of 2021. For sellers in the eBay managed payments program, a payment method does not need to be specified at listing time. Any payment method that is specified at listing time (or defined in a payment business policy) will be ignored and dropped from the listing, and the seller will get a warning message in the response. Immediate payment is supported for sellers in the eBay managed payments program, so they can include the AutoPay field in the request and set its value to true.
Note: As of May 1, 2019, eBay no longer supports electronic payments through a seller's Integrated Merchant Credit Card account. If IMCC is passed in as a value, this value will be ignored and dropped (and listing will possibly get blocked if IMCC is the only specified payment method).
Use GetCategoryFeatures to determine the payment methods that are allowed for a category on a site. For example, the response data of GetCategoryFeatures will show that on the US site, most categories only allow electronic payments. Also use GetCategoryFeatures to determine the default payment methods for a site.

Do not use GeteBayDetails to determine the payment methods for a site.

If you specify multiple PaymentMethods fields, the repeating fields must be contiguous. For example, you can specify PayPalEmailAddress after a list of repeating PaymentMethods fields, but not between them:

<PaymentMethods>VisaMC</PaymentMethods>
<PaymentMethods>PayPal</PaymentMethods>
<PayPalEmailAddress>mypaypalemail@ebay.com</PayPalEmailAddress>


In general, if you separate repeating instances of a field, the results will be unpredictable. This rule applies to all repeating fields (maxOccurs="unbounded" or greater than 1) in the schema. See Overview of the API Schema in the eBay Features Guide.

Note: Required or allowed payment methods vary by site and category. Refer to Determining the Payment Methods Allowed for a Category in the eBay Features Guide to help you determine which payment methods you are required or allowed to specify.
Payment methods are not applicable to any classified ad listings, as any agreement and payment is handled off of the eBay platform.

For ReviseItem and RelistItem only: A listing must have at least one valid payment method. When you revise or relist an item and you specify a payment method that is invalid for the target site, eBay ignores the invalid payment method, applies the other valid changes, and returns a warning to indicate that the invalid payment method was ignored.

If multiple payment methods were invalid, the warning indicates that they were all ignored. If you modify the listing so that it includes no valid payment methods, an error is returned. This situation could occur when the seller removes all valid payment methods or when all the payment methods specified for the item are no longer valid on the target site.

Applicable values: See PaymentMethods.
Item.PayPalEmailAddress string Conditional Valid PayPal email address for the PayPal account that the seller will use if they offer PayPal as a payment method for the listing.

Note: If you set up a payment policy via the Account API or the Business Polices Managment API, then you should not populate this field. Instead, indicate your payment policy using the SellerProfiles.SellerPaymentProfile container.
eBay uses this to identify the correct PayPal account when the buyer pays via PayPal during the checkout process. (As a seller can have more than one PayPal account, you cannot necessarily rely on PayPal account data returned from GetUser for details about the account associated with the PayPal email address that the seller specifies.)

Required if seller has chosen PayPal as a payment method (PaymentMethods) for the listing.

For digital listings, the seller needs to use an email address that is associated with a PayPal Premier or PayPal business account.

For ReviseItem and RelistItem only: To remove this value when you revise or relist an item, use DeletedField. When you revise a listing, if the listing has bids (or items have been sold) or it ends within 12 hours, you can add PayPalEmailAddress, but you cannot remove it.

See (SetUserPreferences) SellerPaymentPreferences.

Item.PickupInStoreDetails PickupInStoreDetailsType Optional This container is used in Add/Revise/Relist/Verify listing calls by the seller to enable a listing with the 'In-Store Pickup' feature. The 'In-Store Pickup' feature is only available to a limited number of large retail merchants in the US, Canada, UK, Germany, and Australia marketplaces.

This container is returned in the 'Get' calls if the listing is enabled with the In-Store Pickup feature.
Item.PickupInStoreDetails
  .EligibleForPickupInStore
boolean Conditional For Add/Revise/Relist/Verify calls: this field is included to enable the listing for In-Store Pickup. To enable the listing for In-Store Pickup, the seller includes this boolean field and sets its value to true. In-Store Pickup as a fulfillment method is only available to a limited number of large retail merchants in the US, Canada, UK, Germany, and Australia marketplaces. The In-Store Pickup feature can only be applied to multiple-quantity, fixed-price listings.

In addition to setting the EligibleForPickupInStore boolean field to true, the merchant must also perform the following actions in an Add/Revise/Relist/Verify call to enable the In-Store Pickup option on a multiple-quantity, fixed-price listing:
  • Have inventory for the product at one or more physical stores tied to the seller's account. By using the REST-based Inventory API, sellers can associate physical stores to their account by using the Create Inventory Location call, and then, using the Create Inventory Item call, they can add inventory to specific stores;
  • Include the seller-defined SKU value of the product(s) in the call request. For a single-variation listing, the SKU value would be specified in the Item.SKU field, and for a multiple-variation listing, the SKU value(s) would be specified in the Item.Variations.Variation.SKU field(s);
  • Set an immediate payment requirement on the item.
When a seller is successful at listing an item with the In-Store Pickup feature enabled, prospective buyers within a reasonable distance (25 miles or so) from one of the seller's stores (that has stock available) will see the "Available for In-Store Pickup" option on the listing, along with information on the closest store that has the item.

This field is returned in the 'Get' calls if the listing is enabled with the In-Store Pickup feature.

Default: false.
Item.PictureDetails PictureDetailsType Conditional This container consists of the data associated with photos within the listing. With most eBay sites and categories, a seller can add up to 12 photos to their listings free of charge. These photos can be hosted by eBay Picture Services (EPS), or the seller can host pictures on a non-eBay server. If pictures are externally-hosted, they must be hosted on a site that is using the 'https' protocol.

It is required that all listings have at least one picture. eBay Motors listings can have up to 24 pictures.

See:
    Introduction to Pictures in Item Listings
    Adding photos to your listing

Item.PictureDetails
  .GalleryType
GalleryTypeCodeType Optional This field is used to specify the type of picture gallery to use for the listing. If this field is omitted, a standard picture gallery is used for the listing. There is no listing fee for a standard picture gallery.

To use the Gallery Plus feature, you must include this field and set its value to Plus.

The Gallery image will be the first URL passed into the first PictureURL field, so if you want a specific picture to be the Gallery image, you should make sure you pass the URL for this picture in the first PictureURL field.

When revising a listing, if you disable the Gallery Plus or Featured Gallery feature by including the GalleryType and setting its value to Gallery, the original feature fee for either of these features will not be credited to the seller.

Default: Gallery.

Applicable values:

CustomCode
Reserved for internal use only.
Gallery
This feature, which is free on all sites, adds a Gallery image in the search results. A Gallery image is an image that was uploaded and copied to EPS (eBay Picture Service). This copy is stored for 30 days or until the image is associated with a listing. Once the image is associated with a listing, the period is extended to 90 days after the item's sale_end date and is extended again if the item is relisted or used in subsequent listings. As part of storing a copy, EPS also makes additional sizes available (thumbnail, main image, supersize, popup, etc.), which are used by the various Gallery enhancements.

All images must comply to the Picture Requirements.
None
Gallery is supported free on all sites. So this field is useful only for removing an existing feature setting when using RelistItem.
Plus
Adds a Gallery Plus icon to the listing.

When Plus is selected in a request that specifies at least two images (using ItemType.PictureDetailsType.PictureURL), the Gallery Plus feature automatically includes a Gallery Showcase of all the listing's images.

The Gallery Showcase displays when hovering over or clicking on the listing's Gallery Plus icon in the search results. The Showcase window displays a large (400px x 400px) preview image which is first image specified PictureURL, as well as up to 11 (64 px x 64 px) selectable thumbnails for the remaining EPS images. Clicking on the preview image displays the item's listing page.

If Plus is selected and the request includes only one EPS image or any self-hosted images, the listing includes a Gallery Plus icon that, when hovered over or clicked, displays a large (400px x 400px) preview image of the item. Clicking the image displays the View Item page for that listing.

When using RelistItem or ReviseItem (item has no bids and more than 12 hours before the listing's end), Plus can be unselected in the request. However, the Plus fee will still apply if a previous request selected Plus. There is at most one Plus fee per listing.

When "Plus" is included in an item listing, the listing also automatically gets the Gallery functionality at no extra cost. "Gallery" does not need to be specified separately in the listing.

Listing images that are originally smaller than 400px x 400px are centered in the preview frame. Images that are originally larger than 400px x 400px are scaled down to 400px on their longest side (maintaining their original aspect ratio).
Item.PictureDetails
  .PhotoDisplay
PhotoDisplayCodeType Optional Specifies the type of image display used in a listing. Some options are only available if images are hosted through eBay Picture Services (EPS). eBay determines this by parsing the associated PictureURL.

Some PhotoDisplay options can result in listing fees, even when the item is relisted. If you are relisting an item that was originally listed with a PhotoDisplay option, and you do not want that PhotoDisplay enhancement in your relisted item, you need to specifically remove PhotoDisplay in your RelistItem call (or RelistFixedPriceItem, as applicable) by setting PhotoDisplay to None. Use VerifyRelistItem to review your listing fees before you relist an item.

Applicable values:

CustomCode
Reserved for internal use only.
None
No special image display options. Valid for US Motors listings.
PicturePack
Increase the number of images displayed. This is only available for images hosted with eBay. See GetCategoryFeatures and the online Help (on the eBay site) for additional information.

Picture Pack applies to all sites (including US Motors), except for NL (site ID 146). You can specify a minimum of one EPS picture, or no SuperSize-qualified EPS pictures in the request. For the NL site, PicturePack is replaced with SuperSize.
SuperSize
Increase the size of each image and allow buyers to enlarge images further. Only available for site-hosted (EPS) images. Not valid for US Motors listings. For all sites that do not automatically upgrade SuperSize to PicturePack (see note below), specifying no SuperSize-qualified images is now accepted in the request.

Note: SuperSize is automatically upgraded to PicturePack for the same SuperSize fee on the US Motors Parts & Accessories Category and US (site ID 0) and CA (site ID 2) and CAFR (site ID 210). This upgrade applies only to EPS images.
SuperSizePictureShow
This is valid for US Motors listing only. For other listings, use SuperSize.
Item.PictureDetails
  .PictureSource
PictureSourceCodeType Optional The service hosting the pictures in PictureURL, if any. This information is primarily useful for Picture Manager subscribers, who pay a flat subscription fee instead of individual picture fees per listing. Only returned when PictureURL is returned.

Default: EPS.

Applicable values:

CustomCode
Reserved for internal or future use.
EPS
This value indicates that the image(s) specified in the PictureURL field(s) are hosted by eBay Picture Services.
Vendor
This value indicates that the image(s) specified in the PictureURL field(s) are hosted by a third-party vendor. Note that if pictures are externally-hosted, they must be hosted on a site that is using the 'https' protocol.
Item.PictureDetails.PictureURL anyURI Conditional,
repeatable: [0..*]
Contains the URL for a picture of the item. The URL can be from the eBay Picture Services (images previously uploaded) or from a server outside of eBay (self-hosted). You can pass in up to 12 picture URLs (for most categories and marketplaces) for each listing, but you cannot mix self-hosted and EPS-hosted URLs in the same listing. The UploadSiteHostedPictures call can be used to upload pictures to EPS. Note that if pictures are externally-hosted, they must be hosted on a site that is using the 'https' protocol. URLs using the 'http' protocol will not be allowed.

Note: If a URL contains spaces, those spaces can be replaced with %20. For example, https://example.com/my image.jpg must be submitted as https://example.com/my%20image.jpg to replace the space in the image file name. However, a semicolon character (;) cannot be replaced with %20, so a semicolon cannot be a part of the URL, as an error will occur. On the US and Canada eBay Motors sites (for all vehicle listings) a listing can contain up to 24 pictures. The Gallery image will be the first PictureURL in the array of PictureURL fields.

Note: All images, whether they are hosted by EPS or self-hosted, must comply with eBay picture requirements, including the requirement that all images must be at least 500 pixels on its longest side. If the image does not satisfy the 500 pixels requirement, the listing may be blocked. For more information about other requirements and tips for adding pictures to listings, see the Adding pictures to your listings help page. To specify multiple pictures, send each URL in a separate, PictureDetails.PictureURL element. The first URL passed in defaults to be the 'gallery image', and will be the first picture that is shown when a user lands on the View Item page.

If a listing uses a single, self-hosted picture (except in the case of a multiple-variation listing), the picture will be copied to eBay Picture Services (EPS) and the PictureDetails.PictureURL value returned by GetItem will be an EPS URL.

For VerifyAddItem only: You must include a picture even when using VerifyAddItem. If you don't have a image file, you can use the following fake eBay Picture Services URL (https://i2.ebayimg.com/abc/M28/dummy.jpg) with this call.

For ReviseItem and RelistItem only: To remove a picture when revising or relisting an item, specify PictureDetails with all the pictures that you want the listing to include. That is, you need to completely replace the original set of URLs with the revised set. You cannot remove all the PictureURL fields from a listing because each listing requires at least one picture.

Remember: The 'gallery image' will be the first PictureURL in the array of PictureURL fields. So, if the first image passed in when relisting/revising is different from when the listing was created, the 'gallery image' will be changed.

Note: For some large merchants, there are no limitations on when pictures can be added or removed from a fixed-price listing, even when the listing has had transactions or is set to end within 12 hours.
Max length: 500.

See:
    Introduction to Pictures in Listings
    Working with Pictures in an Item Listing

Item.PostalCode string Conditional Postal code of the place where the item is located. This value is used for proximity searches. To remove this value when revising or relisting an item, use DeletedField. If you do not specify PostalCode, you must specify Item.Location. If you specify PostalCode, but do not specify Item.Location, then Item.Location is given a default value derived from the postal code.

Note: As of late January 2020, the displayed postal code returned in GetItem is now masked to all users except for the seller of the item. Different countries will mask postal/zip codes in slightly different ways, but an example would be 951**.
Item.PrimaryCategory CategoryType Optional This container is used in an Add/Revise/Relist call to set the primary listing category. This field is conditionally required in an Add call unless the seller successfully uses the ProductListingDetails container to find an eBay catalog product match. When the seller successfully uses an eBay catalog product to create a listing, the listing title, listing description, Item Specifics, listing category, and stock photo defined in the catalog product is used to create the listing.

If you do not know the appropriate eBay category for your product, you can use the GetSuggestedCategories call. Once you know your category, and want to know which listing features it supports, you can use the GetCategoryFeatures call. To discover if the category requires or recommends GTIN types and other Item Specifics, you can use the GetCategorySpecifics call.

If you do use an eBay catalog product, it is advised that you do not include this field, as any primary category ID you specify in this field may get dropped if this category is different than the primary category defined in the eBay catalog product.

For ReviseItem only: When revising a listing, you can change the primary category only if an auction listing has no bids or a multiple-quantity, fixed-price listing has no sales, and the listing does not end within 12 hours. If you change the listing category, any Item Specifics that were previously specified may be dropped from the listing if they aren't valid for the new category.

When you list an event ticket on the US site, you must specify one of the leaf categories under the Tickets & Experiences meta category.

See:
    Applying Categories
    Maintaining Category Data

Item.PrimaryCategory
  .CategoryID
string Conditional This string value is the unique identifier of an eBay category. In GetItem and related calls, see the CategoryName field for the text name of the category. The parent category of this eBay category is only shown in GetCategories.

In an Add call, the PrimaryCategory.CategoryID is conditionally required unless the seller successfully uses the ProductListingDetails container to find an eBay catalog product match. When the seller successfully uses an eBay catalog product to create a listing, the listing title, listing description, item specifics, listing category, and stock photo defined in the catalog product is used to create the listing.

In an Add/Revise/Relist call, the SecondaryCategory.CategoryID is conditionally required if a Secondary Category is used. Using a Secondary Category can incur a listing fee.

For ReviseItem only: Previously, removing the listing from a secondary category was only possible within 12 hours of the listing's scheduled end time when an auction listing had no active bids or a multiple-quantity, fixed-price listing had no items sold, but this restriction no longer exists. Now, the secondary category can be dropped for any active listing at any time, regardless of whether an auction listing has bids or a fixed-price listing has sales. To drop a secondary category, the seller passes in a value of 0 in the SecondaryCategory.CategoryID field.

Max length: 10.
Item.PrivateListing boolean Optional A true value in this field indicates that the listing is private. In a private listing, a bidder or buyer's user ID will not be exposed to any other eBay user besides the seller of the listing. Sellers may want to use this option when they believe that a listing's potential bidders/buyers would not want their user IDs exposed to other users.

Default: false.
Item.PrivateNotes string Optional A note that a user makes on an item from their My eBay account. GetMyeBayBuying and GetMyeBaySelling return this field, and only if you pass in the IncludeNotes field in the request, and set its value to true. This field will only be returned if set for an item, and only returned to the user who created the note.

Not supported as input in ReviseItem. Use SetUserNotes instead.

For GetMyeBayBuying In WatchList, notes for variations are only returned at the Item level, not the variation level. They are only set if you specified ItemID (if no purchases) or ItemID and VariationSpecifics (if there are purchases) in SetUserNotes (or selected the equivalent in the My eBay UI on the site).

In WonList, notes for variations are only returned at the Item level, not the variation level. They are only set if you specified ItemID and TransactionID in SetUserNotes (or selected the equivalent in the My eBay UI on the site).
Item.ProductListingDetails ProductListingDetailsType Conditional This container is used to provide one or more product identifiers for a product, and if desired by the seller, eBay will use the identifier(s) of the product to try to match it to a defined product in the eBay catalog. If a seller's product is matched to an eBay catalog product, the product details associated with that catalog product will be prefilled for the listing. Product details defined for a catalog product include the product title, product description, product aspects, and stock image(s) of the product (if available).

In some eBay categories, one or more product identifier types (e.g. UPC or ISBN) may be required, but the category may not have any eBay catalog products defined, or the category does not allow listings to be created using a catalog product. Note that the GetCategorySpecifics call or the GetCategoryFeatures call can be used to retrieve supported/required product identifier types.

Note: If a product identifier type is required, the corresponding field must be used, even if the seller is not interested in finding an eBay catalog product match. A large percentage of eBay US categories require one or more product identifier types when listing an item. See the Structured Data - Product Identifiers help page for more information on which eBay US categories require which product identifier types. If known, an ePID (specified through the ProductReferenceID field) is always the best bet to find an eBay catalog product match, although an EAN, ISBN, UPC, or Brand/MPN pair can also be used in an attempt to find a catalog product match. If a Brand/MPN pair is required for the product, these values must be input through the BrandMPN container.
When you use ProductListingDetails, in an Add/Revise/Relist call, you must specify at least one GTIN, a ProductReferenceID (also known as an ePID), a Brand/MPN pair, or TicketListingDetails. If you specify more than one GTIN value, eBay uses the first one that matches a product in eBay's catalog.

For ReviseItem and RelistItem only: When you revise a listing, if it has bids or it ends within 12 hours, you cannot change the product identifier and you cannot remove existing product listing details data. However, you can change or add preferences such as IncludeStockPhotoURL, UseStockPhotoURLAsGallery, and IncludePrefilledItemInformation. To delete all catalog data when you revise or relist an item, specify Item.ProductListingDetails in DeletedField and don't pass ProductListingDetails in the request.
Item.ProductListingDetails
  .BrandMPN
BrandMPNType Conditional This container is used if the seller wants to, or is required to identify a product using an Brand/Manufacturer Part Number (MPN) pair. The seller can use the GetCategoryFeatures or GetCategorySpecifics calls to see if a Brand/MPN pair is supported/required for a category. Both the Brand and MPN fields are required if the category/product requires an MPN value.

If the IncludeeBayProductDetails field is omitted or included and set to true, eBay will use the Brand/MPN pair to try and find a matching eBay catalog product. If a match is found, the listing will pick up the product details of the catalog product, including the product title, product description, item specifics, and stock photo. If the seller is passing in an ePID through the ProductReferenceID field, this field is not needed, as all product identifiers associated with the catalog product will get picked up automatically by the listing if a matching catalog product is found.

This container is only applicable for single-variation listings. For multiple-variation listings, if the category requires Brand/MPN pairs, the product brand (shared by all variations in this listing) is passed in through the item-level item specifics (Item.ItemSpecifics.NameValueList), and the MPN value for each variation in the listing is passed in through the variation-level item specifics (Variation.VariationSpecifics.NameValueList).

Note: If the listing is being posted to a category that requires or recommends a Brand and MPN value, the Brand and MPN values for the product should always be passed in through separate ItemSpecifics.NameValueList containers since the Brand and MPN values passed in through the ProductListingDetails.BrandMPN will not get picked up by the generated/revised listing unless the the Brand/MPN pair is successfully matched to an eBay catalog product. If an MPN doesn't exist for a product, or the seller does not have it available, the seller must pass in the text that can be found in the ProductDetails.ProductIdentifierUnavailableText field of the GeteBayDetails response. To get the ProductDetails container to return in the GeteBayDetails response, ProductDetails should be included as a DetailName value in the call request.
Item.ProductListingDetails
  .BrandMPN.Brand
string Conditional The brand of the product. Both Brand and MPN should be specified if the BrandMPN container is used, or an error may occur. If Brand is a required or recommended item specific for a category, but an MPN is not applicable to the category/product, the Brand value should be specified in an Item.ItemSpecifics.NameValueList container instead.

Note: The BrandMPN container is not applicable for multiple-variation listings. For multiple-variation listings that use MPNs, the Brand value should be specified through an ItemSpecifics.NameValueList container, and the Manufacturer Part Numbers (MPNs) for each product variation should be specified through a VariationSpecifics.NameValueList container.
Max length: 65.
Item.ProductListingDetails
  .BrandMPN.MPN
string Conditional The manufacturer part number of the product. Use the value specified by the manufacturer. Both Brand and MPN must be specified if the BrandMPN container is used or an error may occur.

If the listing is being posted to a category that expects an MPN value, but one doesn't exist for the product, the seller must pass in the text that can be found in the ProductDetails.ProductIdentifierUnavailableText field of the GeteBayDetails response. To get the ProductDetails container to return in the GeteBayDetails response, ProductDetails should be included as a DetailName value in the call request.

Note: The BrandMPN container is not applicable for multiple-variation listings. For multiple-variation listings that use MPNs, the Brand value should be specified through an ItemSpecifics.NameValueList container, and the Manufacturer Part Numbers (MPNs) for each product variation should be specified through a VariationSpecifics.NameValueList container.
Max length: 65.
Item.ProductListingDetails.EAN string Conditional This field is used if the seller wants to, or is required to identify a product using an EAN (European Article Number) value. An EAN is a unique 8 or 13-digit identifier that many industries (such as book publishers) use to identify products. The seller can use the GetCategoryFeatures or GetCategorySpecifics calls to see if an EAN is supported/required for a category.

Note: The EAN (and EAN values) are typically only applicable to European products listed on European eBay marketplaces. If a US seller is selling a US-based product (with a UPC value) on a European site (such as eBay UK), instead of using the UPC field, the seller will use the EAN field to pass in the UPC value.
If the IncludeeBayProductDetails field is omitted or included and set to true, eBay will use the EAN value passed into this field to try and find a matching eBay catalog product. If a match is found, the listing will pick up the product details of the catalog product, including the product title, product description, item specifics, and stock photo. If the seller is passing in an ePID through the ProductReferenceID field, this field is not needed, as all product identifiers will get picked up automatically by the listing if a matching catalog product is found.

This field is only applicable for single-variation listings. For multiple-variation listings, if the category/product requires an EAN value, this value should be passed into the Variation.VariationProductListingDetails.EAN field instead.

Note: If the listing is being posted to a category that expects an EAN value, but one doesn't exist for the product, the seller must pass in the text that can be found in the ProductDetails.ProductIdentifierUnavailableText field of the GeteBayDetails response. To get the ProductDetails container to return in the GeteBayDetails response, ProductDetails should be included as a DetailName value in the call request.
Item.ProductListingDetails
  .IncludeeBayProductDetails
boolean Optional This boolean field controls whether or not an eBay catalog product is used to create or revise a listing. If an ePID or GTIN value is provided through the ProductListingDetails container when adding, revising, or relisting an item, the default behavior is for eBay to try and find a match for the product in the eBay catalog, and then automatically create/revise the listing using the product title, product description, item specifics, and stock photo defined for the catalog product.

If the seller wants to use an eBay catalog product to create/revise a listing, the seller can include this field and set its value to true, or just omit this field, as its default value is true. If a seller doesn't want use an eBay catalog product to create/revise their listing, this field should be included and set to false. If the seller declines to use an eBay catalog product, they will be required to pass in their own listing title, listing description, item specifics, a listing category, and at least one picture.

Default: true.
Item.ProductListingDetails
  .IncludeStockPhotoURL
boolean Optional If this value is true, the listing will use the eBay catalog product's stock photo. In an Add/Revise/Relist call, this field is set to true by default. If you will be using an eBay catalog product to list your item, it is always advised to include the stock photo. Sellers can also add their own pictures using one or more Item.PictureDetails.PictureURL fields. Seller photos are particularly recommended for used and modified products to give prospective buyers a clear sense of exactly what they are purchasing. In GetItem and other 'Get' calls, the URL of the stock photo will be returned in the StockPhotoURL field.

Default: true.

See Using a Stock Photo in an Item Listing.

Item.ProductListingDetails
  .ISBN
string Conditional This field is used if the seller wants to, or is required to identify a product using an ISBN (International Standard Book Number) value. An ISBN is a unique identifer for books. Both 10 and 13-character ISBNs are supported. When specifying a 13-character ISBN, the value must begin with either '978' or '979'. The seller can use the GetCategoryFeatures or GetCategorySpecifics calls to see if an ISBN is supported/required for a category.

If the IncludeeBayProductDetails field is omitted or included and set to true, eBay will use the ISBN value passed into this field to try and find a matching eBay catalog product. If a match is found, the listing will pick up the product details of the catalog product, including the product title, product description, item specifics, and stock photo. If the seller is passing in an ePID through the ProductReferenceID field, this field is not needed, as all product identifiers will get picked up automatically by the listing if a matching catalog product is found.

This field is only applicable for single-variation listings. For multiple-variation listings, if the category/product requires an ISBN value, this value should be passed into the Variation.VariationProductListingDetails.ISBN field instead.

Note: If the listing is being posted to a category that expects an ISBN value, but one doesn't exist for the product, the seller must pass in the text that can be found in the ProductDetails.ProductIdentifierUnavailableText field of the GeteBayDetails response. To get the ProductDetails container to return in the GeteBayDetails response, ProductDetails should be included as a DetailName value in the call request.
Item.ProductListingDetails
  .ProductReferenceID
string Conditional In an Add/Revise/Relist call, this field is used to pass in the eBay Product ID (e.g. ePID), which is the unique identifier of an eBay catalog product. Although an eBay catalog product match can be found using one or more GTIN values, passing in an ePID value is the best way to try and discover the appropriate eBay catalog product.

This field is also returned in GetItem if the listing is associated with a eBay catalog product.

Max length: 38 (42 with "EPID").
Item.ProductListingDetails
  .ReturnSearchResultOnDuplicates
boolean Optional If the seller attempts to use ProductListingDetails in an Add/Revise/Relist call to find an eBay catalog product match, and multiple matches are found, the call will actually fail. This field can be included and set to true if the seller wants to see the eBay catalog products that were found through error messages in the call response. This flag will not have an effect if only one catalog product matchi is found, or if the UseFirstProduct field is used and set to true and a catalog product is found to create/revise the listing.

If this field is omitted or set to false, and multiple catalog products are found, the call will fail and no information about the matching catalog products will be returned.

Default: false.
Item.ProductListingDetails
  .TicketListingDetails
TicketListingDetailsType Conditional This container is only applicable when a seller is creating/revising an event tickets listing.
Item.ProductListingDetails
  .TicketListingDetails
  .EventTitle
string Conditional The name of the event, as shown on the ticket. Typically the headliner. There is no maximum number of words or characters. However, the words in the name must be an exact match (or a subset consisting of complete words) to the words in the product title in the catalog. The words in the name are matched using OR logic (the order of the words does not matter). As with all strings, you need to escape reserved characters such as ampersand.

Max length: 1024.

See Ticket Listings.

Item.ProductListingDetails
  .TicketListingDetails
  .PrintedDate
string Conditional The date of the event, as shown on the ticket. Use the date shown on the ticket, without attempting to adjust it for a different time zone (such as Pacific time or GMT).

In most cases, you should be able to specify any numeric date format in month/day/year order. eBay supports m or mm for the month, d or dd for the day, and yy or yyyy for the year, in all combinations. The delimiters must be forward slashes (/).
Item.ProductListingDetails
  .TicketListingDetails
  .PrintedTime
string Conditional The time of the event, as shown on the ticket. Use the time value shown on the ticket, without attempting to convert it to a different time zone (such as Pacific time or GMT). Do not round the value up or down (e.g., do not round 7:01 PM to 7:00 PM).

In most cases, you should be able to specify the time format exactly as shown on the ticket.

See Ticket Listings.

Item.ProductListingDetails
  .TicketListingDetails.Venue
string Conditional The name of the venue, as shown on the ticket. The validation rules are the same as the rules for the event name. In addition, eBay supports both US English and UK English spelling variations for typical words found on tickets (such as "theater" and "theatre"). As with all strings, you need to escape reserved characters such as ampersand.

Max length: 4000.
Item.ProductListingDetails.UPC string Conditional This field is used if the seller wants to, or is required to identify a product using a UPC (Universal Product Code) value. A UPC is a commonly used identifer for many different products. The seller can use the GetCategoryFeatures or GetCategorySpecifics calls to see if a UPC is supported/required for a category.

Note: The UPC (and UPC values) are typically only applicable to US products listed on US eBay marketplace. If a European seller is selling a European-based product (with an EAN value) on the US site, instead of using the EAN field, the seller will use the UPC field to pass in the EAN value.
If the IncludeeBayProductDetails field is omitted or included and set to true, eBay will use the UPC value passed into this field to try and find a matching eBay catalog product. If a match is found, the listing will pick up the product details of the catalog product, including the product title, product description, item specifics, and stock photo. If the seller is passing in an ePID through the ProductReferenceID field, this field is not needed, as all product identifiers will get picked up automatically by the listing if a matching catalog product is found.

This field is only applicable for single-variation listings. For multiple-variation listings, if the category/product requires a UPC value, this value should be passed into the Variation.VariationProductListingDetails.UPC field instead.

Note: If the listing is being posted to a category that expects a UPC value, but one doesn't exist for the product, the seller must pass in the text that can be found in the ProductDetails.ProductIdentifierUnavailableText field of the GeteBayDetails response. To get the ProductDetails container to return in the GeteBayDetails response, ProductDetails should be included as a DetailName value in the call request.
Item.ProductListingDetails
  .UseFirstProduct
boolean Optional This field can be included and set to true if the seller wants to use the first eBay catalog product that is found to create/revise the listing. eBay will search for an eBay catalog product match if the seller provides an ePID or one or more GTIN values. If this field is omitted, or included and set to false, the call will fail if more than one eBay catalog product is found.

Default: false.
Item.ProductListingDetails
  .UseStockPhotoURLAsGallery
boolean Optional If this value is true, the listing will use the eBay catalog product's stock photo as the Gallery thumbnail photo. In an Add/Revise/Relist call, this field is set to true by default. If this field is set to true, the IncludeStockPhotoURL field must also be set to true or this field will have no effect. Sellers can also add their own pictures using one or more Item.PictureDetails.PictureURL fields, but none of these photos will be the Gallery thumbnail photo.

Default: true.

See Using an eBay Stock Photo as a Gallery Picture.

Item.Quantity int Conditional For AddItem family of calls: The Quantity value for auction listings must always be 1. For a fixed-price listing, the Quantity value indicates the number of identical items the seller has available for sale in the listing. If this field is not included when creating a new fixed-price listing, quantity defaults to '1'. If variations are specified in AddFixedPriceItem or VerifyAddFixedPriceItem, the Item.Quantity is not required since the quantity of variations is specified in Variation.Quantity instead. See the Creating a listing with variations eBay Help page for more information on variations.

For ReviseItem and ReviseFixedPriceItem: This value can only be changed for a fixed-price listing with no variations. The quantity of variations is controlled in the Variation.Quantity field and the Item.Quantity value for an auction listing should always be 1.

For RelistItem and RelistFixedPriceItem: Like most fields, when you use RelistItem or RelistFixedPriceItem, Quantity retains its original value unless you specifically change it. This means that the item is relisted with the value that was already in Quantity, not with the remaining quantity available. For example, if the original Quantity value was 10, and three items have been sold, eBay sets the relisted item's Quantity to 10 by default, and not 7. So, we strongly recommend that you always set Quantity to the correct value (your actual quantity available) in your relist requests.

When eBay auto-renews a GTC listing (ListingDuration = GTC) on your behalf, eBay relists with correct quantity available.

For GetSellerEvents: Quantity is only returned for listings where item quantity is greater than 1.

For GetItem and related calls: This is the total of the number of items available for sale plus the quantity already sold. To determine the number of items available, subtract SellingStatus.QuantitySold from this value.

For order line item calls with variations: In GetItemTransactions, Item.Quantity is the same as GetItem (the total quantity across all variations). In GetSellerTransactions, Transaction.Item.Quantity is the total quantity of the applicable variation (quantity available plus quantity sold).

Note: For the US site, new eBay sellers are subject to Seller Limits, which limit the quantity of items that may be listed and/or the total cumulative value of these listings. While subject to these selling limits, an eBay seller can use the GetMyeBaySelling call to retrieve both the remaining number of listings they can create and the remaining cumulative value of these listings. These values are shown in the Summary.QuantityLimitRemaining and Summary.AmountLimitRemaining fields in the GetMyeBaySelling response. If a call to add an item or revise an item would result in the exceeding of these limits, the add item or revise item call will fail. These fields will only be returned if the seller is subject to seller limits.
Default: 1.
Item.QuantityInfo QuantityInfoType Optional This container is used to set the minimum number of event tickets that should remain available after a buyer makes a purchase. This functionality allows the seller to avoid the possibility of being left with just one event ticket after a sale.

This container can be used when adding, revising, or relisting event tickets, and it will only be returned in GetItem if set for the listing.
Item.QuantityInfo
  .MinimumRemnantSet
int Conditional Enables a seller to avoid being left with quanity of 1 in an event listing. A typical use case is event tickets in reserved, adjacent seats, or items that typically only sell if more than one can be purchased at once.

Specify the minimum number of items that should remain if a buyer doesn't purchase all the items. Based on the value of MinimumRemnantSet and the listing's available quantity (Quantity-QuantitySold), eBay calculates the quantity that a buyer can purchase in one transaction. For example, suppose you list 5 tickets, and you want at least 2 tickets remaining for the final buyer to purchase. In this case, you would set MinimumRemnantSet value to 2. This means a buyer can purchase 1, 2, 3, or 5 tickets, but not 4 (because 4 would leave the seller with 1 ticket).

To remove this restriction when you revise or relist, set MinimumRemnantSet to 1.

Applicable to multiple-quantity, fixed-price listings. Currently supported for US and CA event ticket listings.

Default: 1.
Item
  .QuantityRestrictionPerBuyer
QuantityRestrictionPerBuyerInfoType Optional This container is used by the seller to restrict the quantity of items that may be purchased by one buyer during the duration of a fixed-price listing (single or multi-variation). This is an optional container that can be used with an Add, Revise, or Relist call.

This container is not applicable to auction listings.
Item
  .QuantityRestrictionPerBuyer
  .MaximumQuantity
int Conditional This integer value indicates the maximum quantity of items that a single buyer may purchase during the duration of a fixed-price listing (single or multi-variation). The buyer is blocked from the purchase if that buyer is attempting to purchase a quantity of items that will exceed this value. Previous purchases made by the buyer are taken into account. For example, if MaximumQuantity is set to '5' for an item listing, and Buyer1 purchases a quantity of three, Buyer1 is only allowed to purchase an additional quantity of two in subsequent orders on the same item listing.

This field is required if the QuantityRestrictionPerBuyer container is used.

Min: 1.
Item.RelistLink boolean Optional Applicable only to relisting an item. If true, creates a link in the item's old listing for the item that points to the new relist page, which accommodates users who might still look for the item under its old item ID.
Item.ReturnPolicy ReturnPolicyType Optional Describes the seller's return policy. Most categories on most eBay sites require the seller to clearly specify whether or not returns are accepted (see ReturnsAcceptedOption).

Note: If you set up a return policy via the Account API or the Business Polices Managment API, then you should not populate the fields in this ReturnPolicy container. Instead, indicate your return policy using the SellerProfiles.SellerReturnProfile container.

However, if you do not configure a return policy, all the fields in this ReturnPolicy container that are marked conditional must be populated in your request.

For the AddItem family of calls: Required for most categories on most sites. Use ReturnPolicyEnabled in GetCategoryFeatures to determine which categories require this field. Also use ReturnPolicyDetails in GeteBayDetails to determine which ReturnPolicy fields can be used on each site.

Australia (AU) and US eBay Motors Parts and Accessories categories typically support but do not require a return policy. (However, we strongly recommend that you specify a clear return policy whenever possible.)

For ReviseItem only: If the listing has bids or sales and it ends within 12 hours, you can't change the return policy details. If the listing is a GTC listing that has sales or ends within 12 hours (one or the other, but not both), you can add a return policy to the GTC listing (but you can't change return policy details if already present). If the listing has no bids or sales and more than 12 hours remain before the listing ends, you can add or change the return policy. When you revise your return policy, you only need to specify the fields you want to add or change. You don't need to specify all the other ReturnPolicy fields again. The other fields will retain their existing settings.

For the GetItem family of calls: Only returned if the site you sent the request to supports the seller's return policy. Typically, the return policy details are only returned when the request is sent to the listing site.

Note: The GeteBayDetails call can be used to retrieve site-wide return policy metadata, but it is recommended that sellers use the GetCategoryFeatures call instead, as this call was recently updated to retrieve category-level metadata for both domestic and international return policies.
Note: In May 2018, eBay added the ability to create a separate international return policy for items that are shipped to international customers. If a seller does not add a separate international return policy, the settings in the domestic return policy will be used instead for international returns. For more information on setting separate domestic and international return policies, see the International returns policy help topic. For the international equivalent of this field, see the InternationalRefundMethodValues field.

See Offering a Clear Return Policy.

Item.ReturnPolicy.Description string Optional This field contains the seller's detailed explanation for their return policy and is displayed in the Return Policy section of the View Item page. This field is valid in only the following marketplaces (the field is otherwise ignored):
  • Germany (DE)
  • Austria (AT)
  • France (FR)
  • Italy (IT)
  • Spain (ES)
Where valid, sellers can use this field to add details about their return policies. eBay uses this text string as-is in the additional details section of the View Item page. Avoid HTML and avoid character entity references (such as &pound; or &#163;). If you include special characters in the return policy description, use the literal UTF-8 or ISO-8559-1 character (e.g. £).

For AddItem, VerifyAddItem, and RelistItem: If the seller accepts returns (ReturnsAcceptedOption = ReturnsAccepted) but does not specify this field when listing the item, GetItem returns this as an empty node.

For ReviseItem only: You cannot change the value of this field if the listing has bids or sales, or if the listing ends within 12 hours. For more details, see the ReturnPolicy description.

Max length: 8000 (for DE, AT); 5000 (for FR, IT, ES).
Item.ReturnPolicy
  .InternationalRefundOption
token Optional This field indicates how the seller compensates international buyers for returns. MoneyBack is the only supported value for all marketplaces except for the US. On the US marketplace, you can set this value to either MoneyBack or MoneyBackOrReplacement. MoneyBackOrReplacement can be used by sellers that have the depth of inventory to support an exchange for an identical item. However, ultimately, it is up to the buyer on whether they want money back or a replacement item.

For ReviseItem only: You cannot change the value of this field if the listing has bids or sales, or if the listing ends within 12 hours. For more details, see the ReturnPolicy description.

Note: If a seller does not add a separate international return policy, the settings in the domestic return policy will be used instead. So if this field is not used in an add/revise/relist call, the refund option(s) for international returns will default to the value specified in the RefundOption field.

See International Refund Methods (in GetCategoryFeatures) for supported international refund value for each site and category.



Applicable values: See RefundOptionsCodeType
Item.ReturnPolicy
  .InternationalReturnsAcceptedOption
token Optional This field is conditionally required if a seller wants to use a separate return policy for international returns. The value in this field indicates whether or not the seller accepts returns from international buyers.

Applicable values are ReturnsAccepted or ReturnsNotAccepted. When set to ReturnsAccepted, this option indicates the seller allows international buyers to return items. Specify ReturnsNotAccepted for a listing if returns are not accepted from international buyers.

On the eBay DE, IE, and UK, registered business sellers must accept returns for fixed-price items (including auction items with Buy It Now and any other fixed price formats) when the category requires a return policy. On some European sites, such as eBay Germany (DE), registered business sellers are required to accept returns. Use the Trading call GetUser to determine the status of an eBay business seller in DE, IE, and UK. Review the User.SellerInfo.SellerBusinessType field in the response.

For ReviseItem only: You cannot change the value of this field if the listing has bids or sales, or if the listing ends within 12 hours. For more details, see the ReturnPolicy description.

Note: If a seller does not add a separate international return policy, the settings in the domestic return policy will be used instead. So if this field is not used in an add/revise/relist call, the return accepted value for international returns will default to the value specified in the ReturnsAcceptedOption field.

See International Returns Accepted Values (in GetCategoryFeatures) for supported international returns accepted values for each site and category.



Applicable values: See ReturnsAcceptedOptionsCodeType
Item.ReturnPolicy
  .InternationalReturnsWithinOption
token Conditional This field is conditionally required if a seller is using a separate return policy for international returns, and is accepting international returns. The value in this field indicates the number of days that an international buyer has to return an item. The time period begins on the day that the buyer receives the item. Most marketplaces and categories support 30-day and 60-day return periods. eBay sites often set 30-days as the default value for this field and sellers are obligated to honor the values that are set for a listing.

Applicable values: Retrieve the values supported by a marketplace and category by calling GetCategoryFeatures with FeatureID set to InternationalReturnsDurationValues, then see the values returned under the Category.InternationalReturnsDurationValues container in the response.

For AddItem, VerifyAddItem, and RelistItem: If the seller accepts international returns (InternationalReturnsAcceptedOption is set to ReturnsAccepted) but does not specify this field for a listing, eBay sets a default value (often Days_30) and the seller is obligated to honor this setting.

For ReviseItem only: You cannot change the value of this field if the listing has bids or sales, or if the listing ends within 12 hours. For more details, see the ReturnPolicy description.

Note: If a seller does not add a separate international return policy, the settings in the domestic return policy will be used instead. So if this field is not used in an add/revise/relist call, the return period for international returns will default to the value specified in the ReturnsWithinOption field.

See International Return Durations (in GetCategoryFeatures) for supported international return durations for each site and category.



Applicable values: See ReturnsWithinOptionsCodeType
Item.ReturnPolicy
  .InternationalShippingCostPaidByOption
token Optional This field is conditionally required if a seller is using a separate return policy for international returns, and is accepting international returns. The value in this field specifies whether the buyer or the seller pays for international return shipping charges. Accepted values are Buyer or Seller. eBay sites often set Seller as the default value for this field, and sellers are obligated to honor the values that are set for a listing.

Depending on the seller's return policy and the specifics of a return, either the buyer or the seller can be responsible for the return shipping costs. Note that the seller is always responsible for return shipping costs for SNAD-related issues or for late shipments.

For ReviseItem only: You cannot change the value of this field if the listing has bids or sales, or if the listing ends within 12 hours. For more details, see the ReturnPolicy description.

Note: If a seller does not add a separate international return policy, the settings in the domestic return policy will be used instead. So if this field is not used in an add/revise/relist call, return shipping cost payee for international returns will default to the value specified in the ShippingCostPaidByOption field.

See Return Shipping Cost Payee Values (in GetCategoryFeatures) for supported international return shipping cost payee values for each site and category.



Applicable values: See ShippingCostPaidByOptionsCodeType
Item.ReturnPolicy.RefundOption token Optional This field indicates how the seller compensates buyers for returns. MoneyBack is the only supported value for all marketplaces except for the US. On the US marketplace, you can set this value to either MoneyBack or MoneyBackOrReplacement. MoneyBackOrReplacement can be used by sellers that have the depth of inventory to support an exchange for an identical item. However, ultimately, it is up to the buyer on whether they want money back or a replacement item.

For ReviseItem only: You cannot change the value of this field if the listing has bids or sales, or if the listing ends within 12 hours. For more details, see the ReturnPolicy description.

Note: If a seller ships internationally, and wants to define and use a separate international returns policy, the international equivalent of this field is the InternationalRefundOption field.

See Domestic Refund Methods (in GetCategoryFeatures) for supported domestic refund value for each site and category.



Applicable values: See RefundOptionsCodeType
Item.ReturnPolicy
  .ReturnsAcceptedOption
token Optional This required field indicates whether or not the seller accepts returns.

Applicable values are ReturnsAccepted or ReturnsNotAccepted. When set to ReturnsAccepted, this option indicates the seller allows items to be returned. Specify ReturnsNotAccepted for a listing if returns are not accepted.

On the eBay DE, IE, and UK marketplaces, registered business sellers must accept returns for fixed-price items (including auction items with Buy It Now and any other fixed price formats) when the category requires a return policy. On some European sites, such as eBay Germany (DE), registered business sellers are required to accept returns. Use the Trading call GetUser to determine the status of an eBay business seller in DE, IE, and UK. Review the User.SellerInfo.SellerBusinessType field in the response.

Note: In order for Top-Rated sellers to receive a Top-Rated Plus seal for their listings, returns must be accepted for their items (ReturnsAcceptedOption = ReturnsAccepted) and handling time should be set to zero-day (same-day shipping) or one-day shipping. Set the handling time (in days) using the Item.DispatchTimeMax field.
Top-Rated listings qualify for the greatest average boost in Best Match and for the 20 percent Final Value Fee discount. For more information on eBay's Top-Rated seller program, see the Seller levels and performance standards page.


For ReviseItem only: You cannot change the value of this field if the listing has bids or sales, or if the listing ends within 12 hours. For more details, see the ReturnPolicy description.

Note: If a seller ships internationally, and wants to define and use a separate international returns policy, the international equivalent of this field is the InternationalReturnsAcceptedOption field.

See Domestic Returns Accepted Values (in GetCategoryFeatures) for supported domestic returns accepted values for each site and category.



Applicable values: See ReturnsAcceptedOptionsCodeType
Item.ReturnPolicy
  .ReturnsWithinOption
token Conditional Specifies the amount of time the buyer has to return an item. The return period begins when the item is marked "delivered" at the buyer's specified ship-to location. Most marketplaces and categories support 30-day and 60-day return periods. eBay sites often set 30-days as the default value for this field and sellers are obligated to honor the values that are set for a listing. This value is required if ReturnsAcceptedOption=ReturnsAccepted.

Applicable values: Retrieve the values supported by a marketplace and category by calling GetCategoryFeatures with FeatureID set to DomesticReturnsDurationValues, then see the values returned under the Category.DomesticReturnsDurationValues container in the response.

For ReviseItem only: You cannot change the value of this field if the listing has bids or sales, or if the listing ends within 12 hours. For more details, see the ReturnPolicy description.

Note: If a seller ships internationally, and wants to define and use a separate international returns policy, the international equivalent of this field is the InternationalReturnsWithinOption field.

See Domestic Return Durations (in GetCategoryFeatures) for supported domestic return durations for each site and category.



Applicable values: See ReturnsWithinOptionsCodeType
Item.ReturnPolicy
  .ShippingCostPaidByOption
token Optional This option specifies whether the buyer or the seller pays for return shipping charges. Accepted values are Buyer or Seller. eBay sites often set Seller as the default value for this field, and sellers are obligated to honor the values that are set for a listing. This value is required if ReturnsAcceptedOption=ReturnsAccepted.

Depending on the seller's return policy and the specifics of a return, either the buyer or the seller can be responsible for the return shipping costs. Note that the seller is always responsible for return shipping costs for SNAD-related issues or for late shipments.

For ReviseItem only: You cannot change the value of this field if the listing has bids or sales, or if the listing ends within 12 hours. For more details, see the ReturnPolicy description.

Note: If a seller ships internationally, and wants to define and use a separate international returns policy, the international equivalent of this field is the InternationalShippingCostPaidByOption field.

See Return Shipping Cost Payee Values (in GetCategoryFeatures) for supported domestic return shipping cost payee values for each site and category.



Applicable values: See ShippingCostPaidByOptionsCodeType
Item.ScheduleTime dateTime Optional Allows the user to specify a time in the future that the listing becomes active on eBay. To schedule the listing start time, specify a time in the future in GMT format. In GetItem and related calls, the scheduled time is returned in StartTime. For ReviseItem, you can modify this value if the currently scheduled start time is in the future (listing has yet to go live).

When you schedule a start time, the start time is randomized within 15-minute intervals. Randomized start times applies to the following sites:
AT, BEFR, BENL, CH, DE, ES, FR, IE, IT, NL, PL, UK

Also see the following article in the Knowledge Base: Why scheduled time is sometimes getting reset.
Item.SecondaryCategory CategoryType Optional The unique identifer for a secondary category. This field is only applicable if the seller decides to list the item under two categories.

You cannot list US eBay Motors vehicles in two categories. However, you can list Parts & Accessories in two categories. The Final Value Fee is based on the primary category in which the item is listed. Furthermore, you can list the same item in an eBay Motors Parts & Accessories category and in an eligible eBay category, as long as the primary category is associated with the site on which you are listing. That is, the two categories can be a mix of Motors Parts & Accessories and eBay site categories. (Real Estate, Mature Audience (adult), and Business & Industrial categories are not eligible for listing in two categories in this manner.) For example, if you list on Motors, the primary category could be 6750 (eBay Motors > Parts & Accessories > Apparel & Merchandise > Motorcycle > Jackets & Leathers), and the secondary category could be 57988 (eBay > Clothing, Shoes > Accessories > Men's Clothing > Outerwear). If you list on the main eBay site, the primary category could be 57988 and the secondary category could be 6750.

If eBay has designated a listing category as a value category (see ValueCategory in GetCategoryFeatures), and that listing category will be the seller's primary category, the seller will not be able to list their item in a secondary category. If a seller's request payload includes a primary or a secondary category that is designated as a value category, then eBay drops the SecondaryCategory ID and only lists the item in the category specified with the PrimaryCategory ID. Also, if the listing request includes Item Specifics (in ItemSpecifics) that are associated with the SecondaryCategory, eBay drops those values as well when the SecondaryCategory is dropped. The same logic is used if you revise an existing listing to add a secondary category, or to change one of the categories: If either the primary or secondary category is a value category, eBay drops the secondary category from your request.)

To remove this value when relisting an item, use DeletedField.

For ReviseItem only: When revising a listing within 12 hours of the listing's scheduled end time, you can only add or change the secondary category when an auction listing has no active bids or a multiple-quantity, fixed-price listing has no items sold. If you change the secondary category, any corresponding Item Specifics that were previously specified may be dropped from the listing if they aren't valid for the category.

For ReviseItem only: Previously, removing the listing from a secondary category was only possible within 12 hours of the listing's scheduled end time when an auction listing had no active bids or a multiple-quantity, fixed-price listing had no items sold, but this restriction no longer exists. Now, the secondary category can be dropped for any active listing at any time, regardless of whether an auction listing has bids or a fixed-price listing has sales. To drop a secondary category, the seller passes in a value of 0 in the SecondaryCategory.CategoryID field.
Item.SecondaryCategory
  .CategoryID
string Conditional This string value is the unique identifier of an eBay category. In GetItem and related calls, see the CategoryName field for the text name of the category. The parent category of this eBay category is only shown in GetCategories.

In an Add call, the PrimaryCategory.CategoryID is conditionally required unless the seller successfully uses the ProductListingDetails container to find an eBay catalog product match. When the seller successfully uses an eBay catalog product to create a listing, the listing title, listing description, item specifics, listing category, and stock photo defined in the catalog product is used to create the listing.

In an Add/Revise/Relist call, the SecondaryCategory.CategoryID is conditionally required if a Secondary Category is used. Using a Secondary Category can incur a listing fee.

For ReviseItem only: Previously, removing the listing from a secondary category was only possible within 12 hours of the listing's scheduled end time when an auction listing had no active bids or a multiple-quantity, fixed-price listing had no items sold, but this restriction no longer exists. Now, the secondary category can be dropped for any active listing at any time, regardless of whether an auction listing has bids or a fixed-price listing has sales. To drop a secondary category, the seller passes in a value of 0 in the SecondaryCategory.CategoryID field.

Max length: 10.
Item.SellerProfiles SellerProfilesType Conditional This container is used if the seller would like to use/reference business policies to create, revise, relist, or verify their listing. The seller's account must be opted in to business policies to use this container. If this container is used, exactly one Payment Business Policy, one Shipping Business Policy, and one Return Business Policy must be specified and applied to the listing. If the seller's account is not opted in to business policies, that seller may not use this container. Sellers must opt-in to business policies through My eBay or by using the optInToProgram call of the eBay Account API.

If business policies are applied to a listing, all payment, shipping, and return policy settings in these policies will override any other payment, shipping, or return policy legacy fields that are included in the call request.

This container is only returned in 'Get' calls if business policies are set for the listing, and the person making the API call is the seller of the listing.
Item.SellerProfiles
  .SellerPaymentProfile
SellerPaymentProfileType Conditional The SellerPaymentProfile container is used in an Add/Revise/Relist/Verify Trading API call to reference and use the settings/values of a payment business policy. Payment business policies contain accepted payment methods, a flag to set up the immediate payment feature, a payment instructions field, and a field to specify the seller's PayPal email address. Muliple payment business policies can be created and saved at the account level by sellers, and it is possible to make one policy the default policy.

This container is only returned in 'Get' calls if Business Policies are set for the listing, and the person making the API call is the seller of the listing.

Note: For sellers onboarded for eBay managed payments, payment methods do not need to be specified, and the PayPal email address is never relevant. The immediate payment boolean field is available to managed payments sellers if they want to required immediate payment for 'Buy it Now' items.
Item.SellerProfiles
  .SellerPaymentProfile
  .PaymentProfileID
long Conditional The unique identifier of a payment business policy. A PaymentProfileID and/or a PaymentProfileName value is used in the Add/Revise/Relist/Verify call to reference and use the payment settings/values of a payment business policy. If both fields are provided and their values don't match, the PaymentProfileID takes precedence.

Payment profile IDs can be retrieved with the getPaymentPolicies call of the Account API or with the getSellerProfiles call of the Business Policies Management API. Business policy IDs can also be retrieved through the Business policies section of My eBay.

In the 'Get' calls, the PaymentProfileID value will always be returned if business policies are set for the listing, and the person making the API call is the seller of the listing. The PaymentProfileName value will be returned if a name is assigned to the payment business policy.
Item.SellerProfiles
  .SellerPaymentProfile
  .PaymentProfileName
string Conditional The name of a payment business policy. A PaymentProfileID and/or a PaymentProfileName value is used in the Add/Revise/Relist/Verify call to reference and use the payment settings/values of a payment business policy. If both fields are provided and their values don't match, the PaymentProfileID takes precedence.

In the 'Get' calls, the PaymentProfileID value will always be returned if business policies are set for the listing, and the person making the API call is the seller of the listing. The PaymentProfileName value will be returned if a name is assigned to the payment business policy.
Item.SellerProfiles
  .SellerReturnProfile
SellerReturnProfileType Conditional The SellerReturnProfile container is used in an Add/Revise/Relist/Verify Trading API call to reference and use the settings/values of a return policy business policy. Return policy business policies contain detailed information on the seller's return policy for domestic and international buyers (if the seller ships internationally), including whether or not the seller accepts returns from domestic and international buyers, how many days the buyer has to return the item for a refund, and who pays the return shipping costs. Muliple return policy business policies can be created and saved at the account level by sellers, and it is possible to make one policy the default policy.

This container is only returned in 'Get' calls if Business Policies are set for the listing and the person making the API call is the seller of the listing.
Item.SellerProfiles
  .SellerReturnProfile
  .ReturnProfileID
long Conditional The unique identifier of a return policy business policy. A ReturnProfileID and/or a ReturnProfileName value is used in the Add/Revise/Relist/Verify call to reference and use the return policy settings/values of a return policy business policy. If both fields are provided and their values don't match, the ReturnProfileID takes precedence.

Return policy profile IDs can be retrieved with the getReturnPolicies call of the Account API or with the getSellerProfiles call of the Business Policies Management API. Business policy IDs can also be retrieved through the Business policies section of My eBay.

In the 'Get' calls, the ReturnProfileID value will always be returned if business policies are set for the listing, and the person making the API call is the seller of the listing. The ReturnProfileName value will be returned if a name is assigned to the return policy business policy.
Item.SellerProfiles
  .SellerReturnProfile
  .ReturnProfileName
string Conditional The name of a return policy business policy. A ReturnProfileID and/or a ReturnProfileName value is used in the Add/Revise/Relist/Verify call to reference and use the return policy settings/values of a return policy business policy. If both fields are provided and their values don't match, the ReturnProfileID takes precedence.

In the 'Get' calls, the ReturnProfileID value will always be returned if business policies are set for the listing, and the person making the API call is the seller of the listing. The ReturnProfileName value will be returned if a name is assigned to the return policy business policy.
Item.SellerProfiles
  .SellerShippingProfile
SellerShippingProfileType Conditional The SellerShippingProfile container is used in an Add/Revise/Relist/Verify Trading API call to reference and use the settings/values of a specific shipping business policy. Shipping business policies contain detailed information on domestic and international shipping, including shipping service options and costs, handling time, shipping discount inormation, and excluded ship-to locations. Muliple shipping business policies can be created and saved at the account level by sellers, and it is possible to make one policy the default policy.

This container is only returned in 'Get' calls if Business Policies are set for the listing, and the person making the API call is the seller of the listing.
Item.SellerProfiles
  .SellerShippingProfile
  .ShippingProfileID
long Conditional The unique identifier of a shipping business policy. A ShippingProfileID and/or a ShipppingProfileName value is used in the Add/Revise/Relist/Verify call to reference and use the shippping-related settings/values of a shipping business policy. If both fields are provided and their values don't match, the ShipppingProfileID takes precedence.

Shipping profile IDs can be retrieved with the getFulfillmentPolicies call of the Account API or with the getSellerProfiles call of the Business Policies Management API. Business policy IDs can also be retrieved through the Business policies section of My eBay.

In the 'Get' calls, the ShipppingProfileID value will always be returned if business policies are set for the listing, and the person making the API call is the seller of the listing. The ShipppingProfileName value will be returned if a name is assigned to the shipping business policy.
Item.SellerProfiles
  .SellerShippingProfile
  .ShippingProfileName
string Conditional The name of a shipping business policy. A ShippingProfileID and/or a ShippingProfileName value is used in the Add/Revise/Relist/Verify call to reference and use the shipping-related settings/values of a shipping business policy. If both fields are provided and their values don't match, the ShippingProfileID takes precedence.

In the 'Get' calls, the ShippingProfileID value will always be returned if business policies are set for the listing, and the person making the API call is the seller of the listing. The ShippingProfileName value will be returned if a name is assigned to the shipping business policy.
Item.SellerProvidedTitle string Optional A descriptive free-text title for a US or CA eBay Motors vehicle listing. This title appears below eBay's pre-filled listing title on the View Item page (not at the top of the View Item page). It's also appended to the listing title in search results (like a subtitle) on the US eBay Motors site. Keywords in this title help buyers find or distinguish your listing.

Applicable to listings in US eBay Motors Cars and Trucks, Motorcycle, and some of the Powersport, Boats and RV campers categories; or to Cars and Trucks listings on CA eBay Motors.

This replaces the older US and Canada eBay Motors Subtitle attribute (attribute ID 4148).

Max length: 80.
Item.ShippingDetails ShippingDetailsType Conditional The shipping-related details for an order, including flat and calculated shipping costs.

Note: For sellers who are using a shipping (aka Fulfillment) business policy to create/revise/relist an item, none of the fields under the ShippingDetails container are necessary. A fulfillment business policy can be set up and/or modified in My eBay, or via the Account API or the Business Polices Managment API. A fulfillment business policy is associated to a listing through the Item.SellerProfiles.SellerShippingProfile container.

If you do not use a fulfillment business policy, many of the fields under this ShippingDetails container become required in your request.

New users who list their first items in selected categories on the US site must specify at least one domestic shipping service. This applies to a category if GetCategoryFeatures returns true for Category.ShippingTermsRequired.

For multi-quantity, fixed-price listings, a seller can revise all shipping details of the listing (except for sales tax and for shipping type of Freight) for all unsold items. This applies to both domestic and international shipping. Checkout is not affected for those who bought items prior to the seller's shipping changes—the shipping details that were in effect at the time of purchase are used for that buyer at the time of checkout.

Shipping details are not applicable to any classified ad listings, as shipping/delivery/pickup is handled by the buyer and seller off of the eBay platform.

Note: To create a listing that is 'Local Pickup only' (buyer picks up, with no shipping/delivery available), the user does the following two things:
  • Either omit the entire ShippingDetails container, or pass in an empty ShippingDetails container - <ShippingDetails/>
  • Pass in one ShipToLocations field, with its value set to None - <ShipToLocations>None</ShipToLocations>

For GetMyeBayBuying, GetMyeBaySelling: ShippingDetails is not returned.

See:
    Determining Shipping Costs for a Listing
    Revising Items for restrictions on changing item properties with ReviseItem

Item.ShippingDetails
  .CalculatedShippingRate
CalculatedShippingRateType Conditional Details pertinent to one or more items for which calculated shipping has been offered by the seller, such as package dimension and weight and packaging/handling costs. If your call specifies a large-dimension item listed with UPS, see Dimensional Weight limit on UPS shipping services results in failure of shipping calculator.

Note: The CalculatedShippingRate container should only be used to specify values for the InternationalPackagingHandlingCosts, OriginatingPostalCode, and/or PackagingHandlingCosts fields. The rest of the fields in the CalculatedShippingRate container are used to specify package dimensions and package weight, and these values should now be specified in the ShippingPackageDetails container instead.
Item.ShippingDetails
  .CalculatedShippingRate
  .OriginatingPostalCode
string Conditional The postal code for the location from which the package will be shipped. A postal code is required for calculated shipping. This field is not necessary if a postal code is already specified through the Item.PostalCode field. If a postal code is included in both fields, the value in Item.PostalCode field is used, and the value in OriginatingPostalCode is ignored.
Item.ShippingDetails
  .CalculatedShippingRate
  .PackagingHandlingCosts
AmountType (double) Optional Fees a seller might assess for the shipping of the item (in addition to whatever the shipping service might charge). Any packaging/handling cost specified on input is added to each shipping service on output.

If domestic and international calculated shipping is offered for an item and if packaging/handling cost is specified only for domestic shipping, that cost will be applied by eBay as the international packaging/handling cost. (To specify a international packaging/handling cost, you must always specify a domestic packaging/handling cost, even if it is 0.) When UPS is one of the shipping services offered by the seller, package dimensions are required on list/relist/revise. For calculated shipping only.
Item.ShippingDetails.CODCost AmountType (double) Conditional This dollar value indicates the money due from the buyer upon delivery of the item.

This field should only be specified in the request if 'COD' (cash-on-delivery) is a valid payment method for the site and listing category, and it is included as a PaymentMethods value in the same request.

This field is only returned if set for the listing.

To see if 'COD' is a supported payment method for a site and category, call GetCategoryFeatures, specifying the listing category ID, and including the FeatureID field set to PaymentMethods. Look for a value of 'CashOnPickup' in one of the Category.PaymentMethod fields in the response. For some eBay sites, the 'COD' enum may also get returned.

See Specifying the COD Option in Shipping Details.

Item.ShippingDetails
  .ExcludeShipToLocation
string Conditional,
repeatable: [0..*]
Use this field to specify an international country or region, or a special domestic location, such as 'PO Box' (in US) or 'Packstation' (in DE), to where you will not ship the associated item. Repeat this element in the call request for each location that you want to exclude as a shipping destination for your item.

Set ShipToRegistrationCountry to true to have your ExcludeShipToLocation settings applied to your listing. The locations you have excluded display in the Shipping and Handling section of your item listing.

If a buyer's primary ship-to location is a location that you have listed as an excluded ship-to location (or if the buyer does not have a primary ship-to location), they will receive an error message if they attempt to buy or place a bid on your item.

The exclude ship-to location values are eBay regions and countries. To see the valid exclude ship-to locations for a specified site, call GeteBayDetails with DetailName set to ExcludeShippingLocationDetails, and then look for the ExcludeShippingLocationDetails.Location fields in the response. Repeat GeteBayDetails for each site on which you list.

This field works in conjunction with Item.ShipToLocations to create a set of international countries and regions to where you will, and will not, ship. You can list a region in the ShipToLocations field, then exclude specific countries within that region with this field (for example, you can specify Africa in ShipToLocations, yet exclude Chad with a ExcludeShipToLocation setting). In addition, if your ShipToLocations is Worldwide, you can use this field to specify both regions and countries that you want to exclude from your shipping destinations.

You can specify a default set of locations to where you will not ship in My eBay. If you create an Exclude Ship-To List, it is, by default, in effect when you list items. However, if you specify any value in this field on input, it nullifies the default settings in your Exclude Ship-To List. (If you use ExcludeShipToLocation when you list an item, you will need to list all the locations to where you will not ship the associated item, regardless of the default settings in your Exclude Ship-To List.)

Specify none in this field to override the default Exclude Ship-To List you might have set up in My eBay and indicate that you do not want to exclude any shipping locations from the respective item listing.

Note: To enable your default Exclude Ship-To List, you must enable Exclude Shipping Locations and Buyer Requirements in your My eBay Site Preferences. For details, see the KnowledgeBase Article HowTo: ExcludeShipToLocation.

Applicable values: See CountryCodeType, ShippingRegionCodeType
Item.ShippingDetails
  .GlobalShipping
boolean Conditional Indicates whether eBay's Global Shipping Program is offered for the listing. If the value of GlobalShipping is True, international shipping through the Global Shipping Program is available for the listing, and eBay automatically sets one of the available shipping service options to International Priority Shipping. If the value of GlobalShipping is false, the seller is responsible for specifying one or more international shipping service options if the seller is willing to ship internationally.

When calling RelistFixedPriceItem, RelistItem, ReviseFixedPriceItem or ReviseItem, you can omit this field if its value doesn't need to change.

Before using this field for a listing, ensure that the seller and the item being listed are eligible for the Global Shipping Program.

See International Shipping with the Global Shipping Program for information about Global Shipping Program eligibility.

Item.ShippingDetails
  .InternationalPromotionalShippingDiscount
boolean Conditional On input, this specifies whether to offer the promotional shipping discount for the listing's international shipping services (only applicable if the seller has a promotional shipping discount in effect at the moment).

Returned on output only if the seller is making the call. This value indicates whether the promotional shipping discount is being offered for the international shipping services of this listing (if the listing is still active—this is only possible if the seller has a promotional shipping discount in effect at the moment) or whether the discount was offered at the time the listing ended.

See Shipping Cost Discount Profiles.

Item.ShippingDetails
  .InternationalShippingDiscountProfileID
string Conditional On input, this is the ID of the shipping discount to offer for the international shipping services (where the shipping discount is either of type FlatShippingDiscount or CalculatedShippingDiscount).

In the RelistItem and ReviseItem family of calls, you can remove the existing InternationalShippingDiscountProfileID associated with the item by supplying a value of 0 (zero).

Returned on output only if the seller is making the call. The value is the ID of the shipping discount offered and corresponds to whichever is returned: FlatShippingDiscount or CalculatedShippingDiscount.

If the user created a shipping discount profile, use InternationalShippingDiscountProfileID.

See Shipping Cost Discount Profiles.

Item.ShippingDetails
  .InternationalShippingServiceOption
InternationalShippingServiceOptionsType Optional,
repeatable: [0..*]
Shipping costs and options related to an international shipping service. If used, at least one domestic shipping service must also be provided in ShippingServiceOptions.

If you specify multiple InternationalShippingServiceOption nodes, the repeating nodes must be contiguous. That is, you cannot insert other nodes between InternationalShippingServiceOption nodes.

All specified domestic and international shipping services must be the same shipping type (for example, Flat versus Calculated).

A seller can offer up to four domestic shipping services and up to five international shipping services. However, if the seller is opted in to the Global Shipping Program, only four other international shipping services may be offered (regardless of whether or not Global Shipping is offered for the listing).

If you specify ShippingDetails when you revise or relist an item but you omit InternationalShippingServiceOption, eBay will drop the international shipping services (except the Global Shipping Program) from the listing. This may also have unintended side effects, as other fields that depend on this data may be dropped as well. To retain the shipping services and dependent fields when you modify other shipping details, it may be simplest to specify all ShippingDetails that you still want to include in the listing.

For GetItemShipping, results are filtered: if any service is not available in the buyer's region, it is removed. If no services remain after this filtering, a warning is returned.

See Repeating (Unbounded) Fields for rules regarding repeating instances of a nodes (nodes for which maxOccurs is "unbounded" or is greater than 1).

Item.ShippingDetails
  .InternationalShippingServiceOption
  .ShippingService
token Conditional An international shipping service being offered by the seller to ship an item to a buyer. For a list of valid values, call GeteBayDetails with DetailName set to ShippingServiceDetails.

To view the full list of International shipping service options in the response, look for the ShippingService fields in the ShippingServiceDetails containers that contain a InternationalService = true field, as this indicates that the ShippingService value is an International shipping service option.

The ShippingServiceDetails.ValidForSellingFlow flag must also be present. Otherwise, that particular shipping service option is no longer valid and cannot be offered to buyers through a listing.

For flat and calculated shipping.

See GeteBayDetails.



Applicable values: See ShippingServiceCodeType
Item.ShippingDetails
  .InternationalShippingServiceOption
  .ShippingServiceAdditionalCost
AmountType (double) Conditional The cost of shipping each additional item if the same buyer purchases multiple quantity of the same line item. This field is required when creating a multiple-quantity, fixed-price listing. Generally, the seller will give the buyer a shipping discount if that buyer purchases multiple quantity of the item, so this value should usually be less than the value set for ShippingServiceCost.

The value of this field can even be set to 0 if the seller wants to encourage buyers to buy multiple quantity of the item, or it could be that the seller can fit multiple quantities of the line item in a single shipping package, so the seller is just passing this shipping savings onto the buyer. This field is not applicable for single-quantity listings.
Item.ShippingDetails
  .InternationalShippingServiceOption
  .ShippingServiceCost
AmountType (double) Conditional The base cost of shipping the item using the shipping service specified in the ShippingService field. In the case of a multiple-quantity, fixed-price listing, the ShippingServiceAdditionalCost field shows the cost to ship each additional item if the buyer purchases multiple quantity of the same line item.

When returned by GetItemShipping, it includes the packaging and handling cost. For flat and calculated shipping.

If a shipping service has been specified (even LocalPickup), GetItem returns the shipping service cost, even if the cost is zero. Otherwise, cost is not returned.

If this is for calculated shipping for a listing that has not yet ended, note that the cost cannot be determined until the listing has ended and the buyer has specified a postal code.

For GetItemShipping, promotional shipping savings is reflected in the cost, if applicable. If the promotional shipping option is lower than other shipping services being offered, the savings is reflected in the returned shipping cost. The shipping service named Promotional Shipping Service (or whatever is the localized name for it) is included among the shipping services. If the promotional shipping cost is lower than the cost of other shipping services being offered, it is presented first in the list. (The LOWEST shipping service cost is always presented first, regardless of whether there is promotional shipping.)

See https://developer.ebay.com/DevZone/guides/features-guide/default.html#Development/Shipping-TypesCosts.html.

Item.ShippingDetails
  .InternationalShippingServiceOption
  .ShippingServicePriority
int Conditional This integer value controls the order (relative to other shipping services) in which the corresponding ShippingService will appear in the View Item and Checkout page. Sellers can specify up to five international shipping services (with five InternationalShippingServiceOption containers), so valid values are 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. A shipping service with a ShippingServicePriority value of 1 appears at the top. Conversely, a shipping service with a ShippingServicePriority value of 5 appears at the bottom of a list of five shipping service options. If the Global Shipping Program is enabled on the listing for international shipping, only four additional shipping services may be specified.

If this field is omitted from international shipping service options, the order of the shipping service options in View Item and Checkout pages will be determined by the order that these shipping service options are presented in the request payload of an Add/Revise/Relist call.
Item.ShippingDetails
  .InternationalShippingServiceOption
  .ShipToLocation
string Conditional,
repeatable: [0..*]
An international location or region to where the item seller will ship the item.

Use GeteBayDetails with DetailName set to ShippingLocationDetails to determine which locations are valid per site. In the GeteBayDetails response, look for the ShippingLocationDetails.ShippingLocation fields.

For the AddItem family of calls, this field is required if any international shipping service is specified.

For GetOrders, GetOrderTransactions, and GetItemTransactions only: If using Trading WSDL Version 1019 or above, ShipToLocation fields will only be returned to the buyer or seller, and no longer returned at all to third parties. If using a Trading WSDL older than Version 1019, ShipToLocation fields are only returned to the buyer or seller, and a string value of Unavailable will be returned to all third parties.

See Ship-To Locations.



Applicable values: See CountryCodeType, ShippingRegionCodeType
Item.ShippingDetails
  .PaymentInstructions
string Optional This free-form string field gives sellers the ability add detailed payment instructions to their listings. The payment instructions appear on eBay's View Item and Checkout pages.

Sellers can use this field to specify payment instructions, how soon the item will shipped, feedback instructions, and other items that the buyer should be aware of when they bid on or buy an item. eBay recommends sellers use this field to clarify payment policies for motor vehicle listings on eBay Motors. For example, sellers can include the specifics on the deposit (if required), pickup/delivery arrangements, and full payment details on the vehicle.

The field allows only 500 characters as input, but due to the way the eBay web site UI treats characters, this field can return more than 500 characters in the response. For example, characters like & and ' (ampersand and single quote) count as 5 characters each.

This field can be specified regardless of the shipping type. Use DeletedField to remove this value when revising or relisting an item.

Applicable to eBay Motors (usually used to elaborate on the return policy).

Max length: 500.
Item.ShippingDetails
  .PromotionalShippingDiscount
boolean Conditional On input, this specifies whether to offer the promotional shipping discount for the domestic shipping services of this listing (only applicable if the seller has a promotional shipping discount in effect at the moment).

Returned on output only if the seller is making the call. This indicates whether the promotional shipping discount is being offered for the domestic shipping services of this listing (if the listing is still active—this is only possible if the seller has a promotional shipping discount in effect at the moment) or whether the discount was offered at the time the listing ended.

See Shipping Cost Discount Profiles.

Item.ShippingDetails
  .RateTableDetails
RateTableDetailsType Optional This container is used to reference and apply a seller's specific domestic and/or international shipping rate tables to a listing. Shipping rate tables allow sellers to configure specific shipping costs based on the shipping destinations and level of service (e.g. economy, standard, expedited, and one-day). Generally speaking, sellers want to use these shipping rate tables so they can charge a higher shipping cost to the buyer whenever shipping costs are higher for them as well. For example, shipping to Alaska or Hawaii is generally more expensive than shipping to any other of the 48 US states, or in regards to international shipping, shipping to some regions and countries are more expensive than others.

Sellers configure domestic and international shipping rate tables in My eBay Shipping Preferences. To apply shipping rate tables, the shipping cost type must be flat-rate.

For domestic shipping rate tables, the three supported domestic regions are Alaska & Hawaii, US Protectorates (e.g. Puerto Rico and Guam), and APO/FPO destinations, which are US military bases/locations outside of the continental US. In addition to setting one flat rate based on the destination and service level, the seller also has the option of adding an extra charge based on the weight of the shipping package, or they can add a surcharge instead. To determine if a domestic shipping rate table is set up for the seller's account, the GetUser call can be used, and then the seller will look for a value of true in the User.SellerInfo.DomesticRateTable field. Although the GetUser call can be used to see if a domestic shipping rate table exists for the seller's account, details of the shipping rate table, including all specified costs for the different regions, can only be viewed and modified in My eBay Shipping Preferences. This functionality is not yet available in any public APIs.

For international shipping rate tables, specific rates may be set up for any and all of the nine geographical regions and individual countries within those regions. Similar to domestic shipping rate tables, the seller has the option of adding an extra charge based on the weight of the shipping package. Sellers cannot add a surcharge for international shipping. To determine if a international shipping rate table is set up for the seller's account, the GetUser call can be used, and then the seller will look for a value of true in the User.SellerInfo.InternationalRateTable field. Although the GetUser call can be used to see if an international shipping rate table exists for the seller's account, details of the shipping rate table, including all specified costs for the different regions/countries, can only be viewed and modified in My eBay Shipping Preferences. This functionality is not yet available in any public APIs.

If you are applying a domestic or international shipping rate table that specifies a surcharge by weight, you must specify the item weight in the ShippingPackageDetails container's WeightMajor and WeightMinor fields, even though the listing is using flat-rate shipping. Do not use any other fields in the ShippingPackageDetails container because none of those fields are applicable in this use case.

This container is only returned in the 'Get' calls if one or more shipping rate tables have been applied to the listing, and if the call is being made by the seller who listed the item.

Note: The capability to create and use multiple domestic and international shipping rate tables (up to 40 per seller account) has rolled out to the US, Australia, Canada (English and French), and Italy sites. For other sites, only one domestic and one international shipping rate table may be set up per seller. Whether a seller is using the old default domestic and international shipping rate tables or the new shipping rate tables, these shipping rate tables are set up in My eBay Shipping Preferences or as part of a Shipping Business Policy. If using the Trading API to create a listing that will use the new shipping rate tables, the DomesticRateTableId and InternationalRateTableId fields are used to reference and apply these new shipping rate tables to the listing. If desired, sellers can still use the old default shipping rate tables, but they are not allowed to mix and match old and new shipping rate tables, meaning that they will get an error if they pass in both the old fields (DomesticRateTable and InternationalRateTable) and the new fields (DomesticRateTableId and InternationalRateTableId). The new shipping rate tables have all of the functionality of the old shipping rate tables, plus the seller has access to all domestic regions and not just the special regions (such as Alaska & Hawaii, US Protectorates, and APO/FPO locations in US).

See Using Shipping Rate Tables for more information on using shipping rate tables..

Item.ShippingDetails
  .RateTableDetails
  .DomesticRateTable
string Conditional This field is used in an Add/Revise/Relist/Verify call to apply the domestic shipping rate table to the listing. Domestic shipping rate tables can be used only for items listed on the eBay US, Australia, UK, Germany, Canada (English and French), and Italy sites.

In all cases, sellers pass in a string value of Default to apply the domestic shipping rate table. The shipping rates and/or surcharges set up in the domestic shipping rate table will only be applicable based on the location of the buyer, and if that shipping service level is covered in one of the specified shipping service options in the listing. Basically, domestic shipping costs and surcharges are set in one or more ShippingServiceOptions containers in the listing, and based on the settings and costs in the domestic shipping rate table, these shipping costs and/or surcharges may be overridden based on the buyer's location. For example, if the buyer lives in Alaska, and the domestic shipping rate table has one or more shipping rates set up for the Alaska & Hawaii domestic region, the buyer will see these rates in the View Item page and not the rates/costs that are defined in the ShippingServiceOptions containers.

If a seller is revising or relisting an item, the domestic shipping rate table can be unassociated from the listing by using the empty tag: <DomesticRateTable />

This field is returned in the 'Get' calls if a domestic rate table is being applied to the listing, and it is only returned for the seller who listed the item.

Note: The capability to create and use multiple domestic and international shipping rate tables (up to 40 per seller account) has rolled out to the US, Australia, Canada (English and French), and Italy sites. Currently, for sites other than the ones stated, only one domestic and one international shipping rate table may be set up per seller. Until the seller's account is updated with the new shipping rate tables in My eBay, the seller will continue to use the DomesticRateTable and InternationalRateTable tags and pass in Default as the value. Once the seller's account is updated with the new shipping rate tables in My eBay, the seller will be required to use the new DomesticRateTableId and InternationalRateTableId tags, and the DomesticRateTable and InternationalRateTable tags will not work. Note that shipping rate tables can also be applied to Shipping business policies that are applied against a listing. The new shipping rate tables have all of the functionality of the old shipping rate tables, plus the seller has access to all domestic regions and not just the special regions (such as Alaska & Hawaii, US Protectorates, and APO/FPO locations in US).
Max length: 50.

See Using Shipping Rate Tables for more information on using shipping rate tables..

Item.ShippingDetails
  .RateTableDetails
  .DomesticRateTableId
string Conditional Note: This field is only available for sellers on the US, Australia, Canada (English and French), and Italy sites. The unique shipping rate identifiers that will be passed into this field can be retrieved using the getRateTables call of the Account API, or these identifiers can be viewed in the displayed URL when the seller selects a specific shipping rate table in the Shipping rate tables UI in My eBay.
This field is included in an Add/Revise/Relist/Verify call if the seller wants to apply a customized domestic shipping rate table to the listing. The string value that is supplied in this field is the unique identifier of the shipping rate table. If the DomesticRateTableId field is used, the seller must make sure that the DomesticRateTable and InternationalRateTable fields are not used, as the old and new rate tables cannot be used together or an error will occur.

In domestic shipping rate tables, sellers customize the flat-rate cost of shipping based on shipping destination (region/state/province) and shipping service level (one-day, expedited, standard, economy in US). In addition to setting one flat rate based on the destination and service level, the seller also has the option of adding an extra charge based on the weight of the shipping package, or they can add a surcharge instead.

If the seller is using the Revise or Relist call, they must include the DomesticRateTableId field or the domestic shipping rate table currently being applied to the listing will be unassociated from the listing. If they want to continue using the same domestic shipping rate table, the seller will pass in this identifier. The seller can also change the domestic shipping rate table by passing in the identifier for a different domestic shipping rate table.

If a seller is revising or relisting an item, the domestic shipping rate table can be unassociated from the listing by using the empty tag: <DomesticRateTableId />

This field is returned in the 'Get' calls if a customized domestic rate table is being applied to the listing, and it is only returned for the seller who listed the item.

Note: The capability to create and use multiple domestic and international shipping rate tables (up to 40 per seller account) has rolled out to the US, Australia, Canada (English and French), and Italy sites. For other sites, only one domestic and one international shipping rate table may be set up per seller. Until the seller's account is updated with the new shipping rate tables in My eBay, the seller will continue to use the DomesticRateTable and InternationalRateTable tags and pass in Default as the value. Once the seller's account is updated with the new shipping rate tables in My eBay, the seller will be required to use the new DomesticRateTableId and InternationalRateTableId tags, and the DomesticRateTable and InternationalRateTable tags will not work. Note that shipping rate tables can also be applied to Shipping business policies that are applied against a listing. The new shipping rate tables have all of the functionality of the old shipping rate tables, plus the seller has access to all domestic regions and not just the special regions (such as Alaska & Hawaii, US Protectorates, and APO/FPO locations in US).
Max length: 50.
Item.ShippingDetails
  .RateTableDetails
  .InternationalRateTable
string Conditional This field is used in an Add/Revise/Relist/Verify call to apply the international shipping rate table to the listing. International shipping rate tables can be used only for items listed on the eBay US, UK, and DE sites.

In all cases, sellers pass in a string value of Default to apply the international shipping rate table. The shipping rates set up in the international shipping rate table will only be applicable based on the location of the buyer, and if that shipping service level is covered in one of the specified international shipping service options in the listing. Basically, international shipping costs are set in one or more InternationalShippingServiceOption containers in the listing, and based on the settings and costs in the international shipping rate table, these shipping costs may be overridden based on the buyer's location. For example, if the buyer lives in Argentina, and the international shipping rate table has one or more shipping rates set up for the country of Argentina, the buyer will see these rates in the View Item page and not the rates/costs that are defined in the InternationalShippingServiceOption containers.

If a seller is revising or relisting an item, the international shipping rate table can be unassociated from the listing by using the empty tag: <InternationalRateTable />

This field is returned in the 'Get' calls if an international rate table is being applied to the listing, and it is only returned for the seller who listed the item.

Note: The capability to create and use multiple domestic and international shipping rate tables (up to 40 per seller account) has rolled out to the US, Australia, Canada (English and French), and Italy sites. Currently, for sites other than the ones stated, only one domestic and one international shipping rate table may be set up per seller. Until the seller's account is updated with the new shipping rate tables in My eBay, the seller will continue to use the DomesticRateTable and InternationalRateTable tags and pass in Default as the value. Once the seller's account is updated with the new shipping rate tables in My eBay, the seller will be required to use the new DomesticRateTableId and InternationalRateTableId tags, and the DomesticRateTable and InternationalRateTable tags will not work. Note that shipping rate tables can also be applied to Shipping business policies that are applied against a listing. The new shipping rate tables have all of the functionality of the old shipping rate tables, plus the seller has access to all domestic regions and not just the special regions (such as Alaska & Hawaii, US Protectorates, and APO/FPO locations in US).
Max length: 50.

See Using Shipping Rate Tables for more information on using shipping rate tables..

Item.ShippingDetails
  .RateTableDetails
  .InternationalRateTableId
string Conditional Note: This field is only available to sellers on the US, Australia, Canada (English and French), and Italy sites. The unique shipping rate identifiers that will be passed into this field can be retrieved using the getRateTables call of the Account API, or these identifiers can be viewed in the displayed URL when the seller selects a specific shipping rate table in the Shipping rate tables UI in My eBay.
This field is included in an Add/Revise/Relist/Verify call if the seller wants to apply a customized international shipping rate table to the listing. The string value that is supplied in this field is the unique identifier of the shipping rate table. If the InternationalRateTableId field is used, the seller must make sure that the DomesticRateTable and InternationalRateTable fields are not used, as the old and new rate tables cannot be used together or an error will occur.

In international shipping rate tables, sellers customize the flat-rate cost of shipping based on shipping destination (continent/region/country) and shipping service level (expedited, standard, economy in US). In addition to setting one flat rate based on the destination and service level, the seller also has the option of adding an extra charge based on the weight of the shipping package. Unlike domestic shipping, sellers cannot add a surcharge for international shipping.

If the seller is using the Revise or Relist call, they must include the InternationalRateTableId field or the international shipping rate table currently being applied to the listing will be unassociated from the listing. If they want to continue using the same international shipping rate table, the seller will pass in this identifier. The seller can also change the international shipping rate table by passing in the identifier for a different international shipping rate table.

If a seller is revising or relisting an item, the domestic shipping rate table can be unassociated from the listing by using the empty tag: <InternationalRateTableId />

This field is returned in the 'Get' calls if a customized international rate table is being applied to the listing, and it is only returned for the seller who listed the item.

Note: The capability to create and use multiple domestic and international shipping rate tables (up to 40 per seller account) has rolled out to the US, Australia, Canada (English and French), and Italy sites. For other sites, only one domestic and one international shipping rate table may be set up per seller. Until the seller's account is updated with the new shipping rate tables in My eBay, the seller will continue to use the DomesticRateTable and InternationalRateTable tags and pass in Default as the value. Once the seller's account is updated with the new shipping rate tables in My eBay, the seller will be required to use the new DomesticRateTableId and InternationalRateTableId tags, and the DomesticRateTable and InternationalRateTable tags will not work. Note that shipping rate tables can also be applied to Shipping business policies that are applied against a listing. The new shipping rate tables have all of the functionality of the old shipping rate tables, plus the seller has access to all domestic regions and not just the special regions (such as Alaska & Hawaii, US Protectorates, and APO/FPO locations in US).
Max length: 50.
Item.ShippingDetails.SalesTax SalesTaxType Optional This container shows the sales tax rate percentage for a specific tax jurisdiction. Additionally, it indicates whether or not the seller applies sales tax to shipping charges in addition to the item cost. The concept of 'sales tax' is only applicable to eBay US and Canada (English and French) sites.

This container can be used in an Add/Revise/Relist/Verify call to set sales tax settings for a specific tax jurisdiction, but it is actually a better practice if a user sets up sales tax rates through the Sales Tax Table tool in My eBay (or by using the SetTaxTable call). A seller's Sales Tax Table is applied to the listing by including the UseTaxTable field in the request and setting its value to true. The GetTaxTable call can be used to retrieve the current sales tax rates for different tax jurisdictions.

This container is only returned in order-related 'Get' calls if sales tax is applicable to the order line item.

Note: As of September 1, 2020, buyers in over 40 US states will automatically be charged sales tax for eBay purchases. eBay will collect and remit this sales tax to the proper taxing authority on the buyer's behalf. So, if a sales tax rate is applied by the seller for a state that is subject to 'eBay Collect and Remit', this sales tax rate will be ignored by eBay during checkout process. For a list of the US states that are currently subject to 'eBay Collect and Remit', or will become subject to 'eBay Collect and Remit', see the eBay sales tax collection help topic.
Note: For eBay managed payment orders that are subject to 'Collect and Remit' taxes, these taxes will only be shown in the eBayCollectAndRemitTaxes container for line items, and the SalesTax will not be returned at all. For non-eBay managed payment orders, the 'Collect and Remit' taxes will be shown in both the eBayCollectAndRemitTaxes and SalesTax containers.

See Enabling Multi-Jurisdiction Sales Tax.

Item.ShippingDetails.SalesTax
  .SalesTaxPercent
float Optional This float value is the sales tax percentage rate applicable to the corresponding tax jurisdiction (US state or Canadian province). Sellers are responsible for providing accurate sales tax rates for each jurisdiction. This sales tax rate comes into play when a buyer from that tax jurisdiction makes a purchase from the seller. The value passed in is stored with a precision of 3 digits after the decimal point (##.###).

This field is only returned in order management calls if sales tax applies to the order line item, and is only in GetItem (and other 'Get' calls) if sales tax is applicable to the listing or order line item, and the seller is the person making the call.

Note: As of September 1, 2020, buyers in over 40 US states will automatically be charged sales tax for eBay purchases. eBay will collect and remit this sales tax to the proper taxing authority on the buyer's behalf. So, if a sales tax rate is applied to the listing by the seller for a state that is subject to eBay 'Collect and Remit', the sales tax rate in this field is ignored by eBay during the checkout process. For a list of the US states that are currently subject to 'eBay Collect and Remit', or will become subject to 'eBay Collect and Remit', see the eBay sales tax collection help topic.
Item.ShippingDetails.SalesTax
  .SalesTaxState
string Optional This is the unique, two-digit identifier of the tax jurisdiction (such as 'CA' for California). To retrieve all two-digit identifiers for all states/territories/provinces for a site, a seller can either use a GetTaxTable call with DetailLevel set to ReturnAll, or they can use the GeteBayDetails call with DetailLevel name set to TaxJurisdiction. Please note that both GetTaxTable and GeteBayDetails calls use a JurisdictionID field to express these tax jurisdiction identifiers instead of SalesTaxState, but the values used in these fields are the same.

The SalesTaxState field is conditionallly required in an Add/Revise/Relist/Verify call if the seller is applying sales tax to a listing, and is returned with each SalesTax container to identify the tax jurisdiction.
Item.ShippingDetails.SalesTax
  .ShippingIncludedInTax
boolean Optional This field is included in an Add/Revise/Relist/Verify call and set to true if the seller wants sales tax for the jurisdiction to apply to the cumulative amount of item cost and shipping charges. This value defaults to false if not specified.

This field is always returned with the SalesTax container (whether true or false).

Note: As of September 1, 2020, buyers in over 40 US states will automatically be charged sales tax for eBay purchases. eBay will collect and remit this sales tax to the proper taxing authority on the buyer's behalf. With 'eBay Collect and Remit' sales tax, the sales tax is applied against the full cost of the order, including any shipping and handling charges. So, if this field is included for a state that is subject to 'eBay Collect and Remit', this setting is ignored by eBay during checkout process. For a list of the US states that are currently subject to 'eBay Collect and Remit', or will become subject to 'eBay Collect and Remit', see the eBay sales tax collection help topic.
Default: False.
Item.ShippingDetails
  .ShippingDiscountProfileID
string Conditional On input, this is the ID of the shipping discount to offer for the domestic shipping services (where the shipping discount is either of type FlatShippingDiscount or CalculatedShippingDiscount).

On output, this is the ID of the shipping discount offered and corresponds to whichever is returned: FlatShippingDiscount or CalculatedShippingDiscount. Only returned if the calling user is the seller.

If the user created a shipping discount profile, use the ShippingDiscountProfileID.

In the RelistItem and ReviseItem family of calls, you can remove the existing ShippingDiscountProfileID associated with the item by supplying a value of 0 (zero).

Only returned if the calling user is the seller.

See Shipping Cost Discount Profiles.

Item.ShippingDetails
  .ShippingServiceOptions
ShippingServiceOptionsType Conditional,
repeatable: [0..*]
This container is used to provide details on a specific domestic shipping service option, including the unique identifier of the shipping service option and the costs related to domestic shipping service. A separate ShippingServiceOptions container is needed for each domestic shipping service option that is available to ship the item. Unless a fulfillment business policy is being used, generally at least one ShippingServiceOptions container will be required.

If you specify multiple ShippingServiceOptions nodes, the repeating nodes must be contiguous. For example, you can insert InternationalShippingServiceOption nodes after a list of repeating ShippingServiceOptions nodes, but not between them:

<ShippingServiceOptions>...</ShippingServiceOptions>
<ShippingServiceOptions>...</ShippingServiceOptions>
<ShippingServiceOptions>...</ShippingServiceOptions>
<InternationalShippingServiceOption>...</InternationalShippingServiceOption>
<InternationalShippingServiceOption>...</InternationalShippingServiceOption>


If you specify ShippingDetails when you revise or relist an item but you omit ShippingServiceOptions, eBay will drop the domestic shipping services from the listing. This may also have unintended side effects, as other fields that depend on this data may be dropped as well.

To retain the shipping services and dependent fields when you modify other shipping details, it may be simplest to specify all ShippingDetails that you still want to include in the listing.

A seller can offer up to four domestic shipping services and up to five international shipping services. However, if the seller is opted in to the Global Shipping Program, only four other international shipping services may be offered (regardless of whether or not Global Shipping is offered for the listing). All specified domestic and international shipping services must be the same shipping type (for example, Flat versus Calculated).

Note: If the seller has set the shipping cost model to 'Flat' or 'Calculated' (ShippingDetails.ShippingType field), at least one actual shipping service option must be specified through a ShippingServiceOptions container. In the past, eBay allowed users to set the shipping cost model to 'Flat' or 'Calculated', and then just pass in one ShippingServiceOptions container with the ShippingServiceOptions.ShipppingService value set to a 'Local Pickup' option. Now, sellers must pass in at least one actual domestic shipping service option in addition to any 'Local Pickup' option, or the listing will be blocked with the following error: 17510 - You must specify at least one domestic shipping service, other than or in addition to Local Pickup.
For GetItemShipping, results are filtered: if any service is not available in the buyer's region, it is removed. If no services remain after this filtering, a warning is returned.

See Repeating (Unbounded) Fields for rules regarding repeating instances of a nodes (nodes for which maxOccurs is "unbounded" or is greater than 1).

Item.ShippingDetails
  .ShippingServiceOptions
  .FreeShipping
boolean Optional This boolean field indicates whether or not the corresponding domestic shipping service option is free to the buyer. In an Add/Revise/Relist call, free shipping can only be offered for the first specified shipping service (so, the corresponding ShippingServicePriority value should be 1 or included first in the call request). If 'free shipping' is for any other shipping service, this field is ignored.

For 'Get' calls, including GetItem, this field is only returned if 1.

Note: If a seller is specifying a shipping service option as 'free shipping', in addition to this FreeShipping boolean field, the seller will also need to include the corresponding ShippingServiceCost field and set its value to 0.0, as eBay will not do this automatically.

See Specifying Free Shipping.

Item.ShippingDetails
  .ShippingServiceOptions
  .ShippingService
token Conditional This enumeration value indicates a specific domestic shipping service option being offered by the seller to ship an item to a buyer who is located within the same country as the item. This field is required to identify each domestic shipping service option that is specified with a ShippingServiceOptions container.

For a list of valid ShippingService values, call GeteBayDetails with DetailName set to ShippingServiceDetails. The ShippingServiceDetails.ValidForSellingFlow flag must also be present. Otherwise, that particular shipping service option is no longer valid and cannot be offered to buyers through a listing.

To view the full list of domestic shipping service options in the response, look for the ShippingServiceDetails.ShippingService fields. Domestic shipping service options will not have a InternationalService = true field, as this indicates that the ShippingService value is an International shipping service option.

See GeteBayDetails.



Applicable values: See ShippingServiceCodeType
Item.ShippingDetails
  .ShippingServiceOptions
  .ShippingServiceAdditionalCost
AmountType (double) Conditional The cost of shipping each additional item if the same buyer purchases multiple quantity of the same line item. This field is required when creating a multiple-quantity, fixed-price listing. Generally, the seller will give the buyer a shipping discount if that buyer purchases multiple quantity of the item, so this value should usually be less than the value set for ShippingServiceCost.

The value of this field can even be set to 0 if the seller wants to encourage buyers to buy multiple quantity of the item, or it could be that the seller can fit multiple quantities of the line item in a single shipping package, so the seller is just passing this shipping savings onto the buyer. This field is not applicable for single-quantity listings.
Item.ShippingDetails
  .ShippingServiceOptions
  .ShippingServiceCost
AmountType (double) Conditional The base cost of shipping one unit of the item using the shipping service specified in the corresponding ShippingService field.

In the case of a multiple-quantity, fixed-price listing, the ShippingServiceAdditionalCost field also becomes applicable, and shows the cost to ship each additional unit of the item if the buyer purchases multiple quantity of the same line item.

Note: If the corresponding shipping service option is set as a 'free shipping' option (FreeShipping=true), the seller still needs to include this ShippingServiceCost field and set its value to 0.0, as eBay will not do this automatically. When returned by GetItemShipping, it includes the packaging and handling cost.

Note that if ShippingService is set to LocalPickup, ShippingServiceCost must be set to 0.0. Also, if a shipping service has been specified (even LocalPickup), GetItem returns the shipping service cost, even if the cost is zero.

If this is for calculated shipping for a listing that has not yet ended, note that the cost cannot be determined until the listing has ended and the buyer has specified a postal code.
Item.ShippingDetails
  .ShippingServiceOptions
  .ShippingServicePriority
int Conditional Controls the order (relative to other shipping services) in which the corresponding ShippingService will appear in the View Item and Checkout page.

Sellers can specify up to four domestic shipping services (with four ShippingServiceOptions containers), so valid values are 1, 2, 3, and 4. A shipping service with a ShippingServicePriority value of 1 appears at the top. Conversely, a shipping service with a ShippingServicePriority value of 4 appears at the bottom of a list of four shipping service options.

If this field is omitted from domestic shipping service options, the order of the shipping service options in View Item and Checkout pages will be determined by the order that these shipping service options are presented in the request payload of an Add/Revise/Relist call.
Item.ShippingDetails
  .ShippingType
ShippingTypeCodeType Optional The shipping cost model offered by the seller. This is not returned for various calls since shipping type can be deduced: if a CalculatedShippingRate structure is returned by the call, the shipping type is Calculated. Otherwise, it is one of the other non-Calculated shipping types.

GetItemShipping and GetItemTransactions: If the type was a mix of flat and calculated services, this is set simply to Flat or Calculated because it is the buyer's selection that results in one of these.

GetMyeBayBuying: If the seller has set the ShipToLocation to Worldwide for an item, but has not specified any international shipping service options, NotSpecified is returned as the ShippingType value.

Applicable values: See ShippingType.
Item.ShippingPackageDetails ShipPackageDetailsType Optional Container consisting of dimension and size details related to a shipping package in which an item will be sent. The information in this container is applicable if the seller is using calculated shipping or flat rate shipping using shipping rate tables with weight surcharges. This container is only returned in the Get calls if specified for the item.
Item.ShippingPackageDetails
  .MeasurementUnit
MeasurementSystemCodeType Conditional Specifies the unit type of the weight and dimensions of a shipping package. If MeasurementUnit is used, it overrides the system specified by measurementSystem. If MeasurementUnit and measurementSystem are not specified, the following defaults will be used:

English: US
Metric: CA, CAFR, AU

CA and CAFR supports both English and Metric, while other sites only support the site's default.

Use MeasurementUnit with weight and package dimensions. For example, to represent a 5 lbs 2 oz package:

<MeasurementUnit>English</MeasurementUnit>
<WeightMajor>5</WeightMajor>
<WeightMinor>2</WeightMinor>


Applicable values:

English
This enumeration value indicates that the English system of measurement is being used. Also known as the Imperial System of Measurement. Weights in this system are expressed as pounds and ounces, and package dimensions are expressed as feet or inches.
Metric
This enumeration value indicates that the English system of measurement is being used. Weights in this system are expressed as kilograms and grams, and package dimensions are expressed as meters or centimeters.

See Package Dimensions and Weight.

Item.ShippingPackageDetails
  .PackageDepth
MeasureType (decimal) Conditional Depth of the package, in whole number of inches, needed to ship the item. This is validated against the selected shipping service. Upon mismatch, a message is returned, such as, "Package dimensions exceeds maximum allowable limit for service XXXXX," where XXXXX is the name of the shipping service. For calculated shipping only. Only returned if the seller specified the value for the item. (In many cases, the seller only specifies the weight fields.)

Developer impact: UPS requires dimensions for any Ground packages that are 3 cubic feet or larger and for all air packages, if they are to provide correct shipping cost. If package dimensions are not included for an item listed with calculated shipping, the shipping cost returned will be an estimate based on standard dimensions for the defined package type. eBay enforces a dimensions requirement on listings so that buyers receive accurate calculated shipping costs.

See Package Dimensions and Weight.

Item.ShippingPackageDetails
  .PackageLength
MeasureType (decimal) Conditional Length of the package, in whole number of inches, needed to ship the item. Upon mismatch, a message is returned, such as, "Package dimensions exceeds maximum allowable limit for service XXXXX," where XXXXX is the name of the shipping service. For calculated shipping only. Only returned if the seller specified the value for the item. (In many cases, the seller only specifies the weight fields.)

See Package Dimensions and Weight.

Item.ShippingPackageDetails
  .PackageWidth
MeasureType (decimal) Conditional Width of the package, in whole number of inches, needed to ship the item. Upon mismatch, a message is returned, such as, "Package dimensions exceeds maximum allowable limit for service XXXXX," where XXXXX is the name of the shipping service. For calculated shipping only. Only returned if the seller specified the value for the item. (In many cases, the seller only specifies the weight fields.)

See Package Dimensions and Weight.

Item.ShippingPackageDetails
  .ShippingIrregular
boolean Optional Whether a package is irregular and therefore cannot go through the stamping machine at the shipping service office and thus requires special or fragile handling. For calculated shipping only.
Item.ShippingPackageDetails
  .ShippingPackage
ShippingPackageCodeType Conditional The nature of the package used to ship the item(s). Required for calculated shipping only.

Applicable values: See ShippingPackage.
Item.ShippingPackageDetails
  .WeightMajor
MeasureType (decimal) Conditional WeightMajor and WeightMinor are used to specify the weight of a shipping package. WeightMajor is used to specify the weight of the package in pounds (in US) or kilograms (all countries that use metric system). Although MeasureType is of decimal type, decimal values should not be used in WeightMajor and WeightMinor. If a shipping package was 5 pounds and 1.8 ounces, the 1.8 ounces should be rounded up to an even 2 ounces. The same is for kilograms. If the package is 2.267 kilgram, you would round up the grams. Below shows you how to represent a package weight of 5 lbs 2 oz and and 2 kg 3 gr:

<WeightMajor unit="lbs">5</WeightMajor>
<WeightMinor unit="oz">2</WeightMinor>
<WeightMajor unit="kg">2</WeightMajor>
<WeightMinor unit="gr">3</WeightMinor>


If a package weighed 14 oz or 324 gr, below is how you would represent this weight:

<WeightMajor unit="lbs">0</WeightMajor>
<WeightMinor unit="oz">14</WeightMinor>
<WeightMajor unit="kg">0</WeightMajor>
<WeightMinor unit="gr">324</WeightMinor>


If a package weighed exactly 2 lbs or 105 kg, below is how you would represent this weight:

<WeightMajor unit="lbs">2</WeightMajor>
<WeightMinor unit="oz">0</WeightMinor>
<WeightMajor unit="kg">105</WeightMajor>
<WeightMinor unit="gr">0</WeightMinor>


In all cases, both the WeightMajor and WeightMinor should be specified in an Add/Revise/Relist/Verify call, even if either's value is '0'.

The WeightMajor and WeightMinor are applicable for calculated shipping or for flat-rate shipping if shipping rate tables are specified and the shipping rate table uses weight surcharges.
Item.ShippingPackageDetails
  .WeightMinor
MeasureType (decimal) Conditional WeightMajor and WeightMinor are used to specify the weight of a shipping package. WeightMinor is used to specify the weight of the package in ounces (in US) or grams (all countries that use metric system). Although MeasureType is of decimal type, decimal values should not be used in WeightMajor and WeightMinor. If a shipping package was 5 pounds and 1.8 ounces, the 1.8 ounces should be rounded up to an even 2 ounces. The same is for kilograms. If the package is 2.267 kilgram, you would round up the grams. Below shows you how to represent a package weight of 5 lbs 2 oz and and 2 kg 3 gr:

<WeightMajor unit="lbs">5</WeightMajor>
<WeightMinor unit="oz">2</WeightMinor>
<WeightMajor unit="kg">2</WeightMajor>
<WeightMinor unit="gr">3</WeightMinor>


If a package weighed 14 oz or 324 gr, below is how you would represent this weight:

<WeightMajor unit="lbs">0</WeightMajor>
<WeightMinor unit="oz">14</WeightMinor>
<WeightMajor unit="kg">0</WeightMajor>
<WeightMinor unit="gr">324</WeightMinor>


If a package weighed exactly 2 lbs or 105 kg, below is how you would represent this weight:

<WeightMajor unit="lbs">2</WeightMajor>
<WeightMinor unit="oz">0</WeightMinor>
<WeightMajor unit="kg">105</WeightMajor>
<WeightMinor unit="gr">0</WeightMinor>


In all cases, both the WeightMajor and WeightMinor should be specified in an Add/Revise/Relist/Verify call, even if either's value is '0'.

The WeightMajor and WeightMinor are applicable for calculated shipping or for flat-rate shipping if shipping rate tables are specified and the shipping rate table uses weight surcharges.


Min: 0. Max: 15 for ounces; 999 for grams.
Item
  .ShippingServiceCostOverrideList
ShippingServiceCostOverrideListType Optional This container is used when the seller wants to override the flat shipping costs for all domestic and/or all international shipping services defined in the shipping business policy referenced in the SellerProfiles.SellerShippingProfile.ShippingProfileID field. Shipping costs include the cost to ship one item, the cost to ship each additional identical item, and any shipping surcharges applicable to domestic shipping services.

A ShippingServiceCostOverrideList.ShippingServiceCostOverride container is required for each domestic and/or international shipping service that is defined in the domesticShippingPolicyInfoService and intlShippingPolicyInfoService containers of the shipping business policy.

Shipping service cost overrides are a listing-level concept, and the shipping costs specified through each ShippingServiceCostOverrideList.ShippingServiceCostOverride container will not change the shipping costs defined for the same shipping services in the shipping business policy.

For Revise and Relist calls: To delete all shipping service cost overrides when you revise or relist, specify Item.ShippingServiceCostOverrideList in DeletedField, and don't pass ShippingServiceCostOverrideList in the request.
Item
  .ShippingServiceCostOverrideList
  .ShippingServiceCostOverride
ShippingServiceCostOverrideType Optional,
repeatable: [0..*]
A ShippingServiceCostOverride container is required for each domestic and/or international shipping service option, defined in the domesticShippingPolicyInfoService and intlShippingPolicyInfoService containers of the Business Policies shipping profile, that the seller wishes to override the shipping costs. Shipping costs include the cost to ship one item, the cost to ship each additional identical item, and any shipping surcharges applicable to domestic shipping services.

Shipping service cost overrides are a listing-level concept, and the shipping costs specified through each ShippingServiceCostOverride container will not change the shipping costs defined for the same shipping service options in the Business Policies shipping profile.

To override the shipping costs for any domestic shipping service option in the Business Policies shipping profile, the ShippingServiceType field should be set to 'Domestic', and to override the shipping costs for any international shipping service option, the ShippingServiceType field should be set to 'International'. For both domestic and international shipping services, the ShippingServicePriority value should match the sortOrderId value for the matching shipping service in the shipping profile. If any of the domestic and/or international shipping service priorities and shipping service options in the Add/Revise/Relist call and Business Policies shipping profile do not match, an error occurs.

If shipping service cost overrides are used in a listing, the ShippingServiceCostOverride container will be returned in the GetItem, GetSellerList, and GetSellingManagerTemplates calls.
Item
  .ShippingServiceCostOverrideList
  .ShippingServiceCostOverride
  .ShippingServiceAdditionalCost
AmountType (double) Optional This dollar value indicates the cost to ship each additional identical item to the buyer. If the shipping service costs override operation is successful, this value will override the corresponding shippingServiceAdditionalCost value set in the domesticShippingPolicyInfoService (domestic shipping service) or intlShippingPolicyInfoService (international shipping service) containers in the Business Policies shipping profile.

This field is only applicable to multi-quantity, fixed-price listings.
Item
  .ShippingServiceCostOverrideList
  .ShippingServiceCostOverride
  .ShippingServiceCost
AmountType (double) Optional This dollar value indicates the shipping service cost to ship one item to the buyer. If the shipping service costs override operation is successful, this value will override the corresponding shippingServiceCost value set in the domesticShippingPolicyInfoService (domestic shipping service) or intlShippingPolicyInfoService (international shipping service) containers in the Business Policies shipping profile.
Item
  .ShippingServiceCostOverrideList
  .ShippingServiceCostOverride
  .ShippingServicePriority
int Optional This integer value maps the particular instance of the ShippingServiceCostOverride container to the domesticShippingPolicyInfoService or intlShippingPolicyInfoService container of the Business Policies shipping profile. The ShippingServicePriority value should match the sortOrderId value for the matching shipping service in the Business Policies shipping profile. If overriding the shipping costs for a domestic shipping service, the ShippingServiceType field should be set to 'Domestic', and to override the shipping costs for an international shipping service, the ShippingServiceType field should be set to 'International'.

If any of the domestic and/or international shipping service priorities and shipping service options in the Add/Revise/Relist call and Business Policies shipping profile do not match, an error occurs.
Item
  .ShippingServiceCostOverrideList
  .ShippingServiceCostOverride
  .ShippingServiceType
ShippingServiceType Optional This enumerated value indicates whether the shipping costs of a domestic or an international shipping costs are being overridden. To override the shipping costs for any domestic shipping service in the Business Policies shipping profile, this field should be set to 'Domestic', and to override the shipping costs for any international shipping service, this field should be set to 'International'.

Applicable values:

Domestic
This value should be used if the seller is overriding shipping costs for all domestic shipping services defined in the Business Policies shipping profile.
International
This value should be used if the seller is overriding shipping costs for all international shipping services defined in the Business Policies shipping profile.
Item
  .ShippingServiceCostOverrideList
  .ShippingServiceCostOverride
  .ShippingSurcharge
AmountType (double) Optional This dollar value indicates the shipping surcharge applicable to the domestic shipping service. If the shipping service costs override operation is successful, this value will override the corresponding shippingSurcharge value set in the domesticShippingPolicyInfoService container in the Business Policies shipping profile.

This field can only be used if the shipping surcharges are applicable for the corresponding shipping service.
Item.ShipToLocations string Optional,
repeatable: [0..*]
An international location or region to which the seller is willing to ship, regardless of shipping service. The country of the listing site is added by eBay.

Note: If you set up a fulfillment policy via the Account API or the Business Polices Managment API, then you should not populate the ShipToLocations field. Instead, indicate your fulfillment policy using the SellerProfiles.SellerShippingProfile container.
Use GeteBayDetails with a DetailName of ShippingLocationDetails to determine which international locations are valid for the site. Omit ShipToLocations if you want to ship only within the country of the listing site. To state that you do not wish to ship at all, set ShipToLocations to None. ReviseItem can add a ShipToLocations. On output, ShipToLocations is the collection of all input item-level ShipToLocations plus international shipping service-level ShipToLocation values.

If you have specified a region to which you will ship (such as Asia), you can use ExcludeShipToLocation to exclude certain countries within that region to where you will not ship (such as Afghanistan).

Note: To create a listing that is 'Local Pickup only' (buyer picks up, with no shipping/delivery available), the user does the following two things:
  • Either omit the entire ShippingDetails container, or pass in an empty ShippingDetails container - <ShippingDetails/>
  • Pass in one ShipToLocations field, with its value set to None - <ShipToLocations>None</ShipToLocations>

See:
    Specifying Locations to Where You Ship
    GeteBayDetails



Applicable values: See CountryCodeType, ShippingRegionCodeType
Item.Site SiteCodeType Optional The name of the eBay listing site. The listing site affects the business logic and validation rules that are applied to the request, which in turn affect the values that are returned in the response, as well as values that appear on the eBay site. For example, the listing site can affect the validation of Category in listing requests, international business seller requirements, the values of converted (localized) prices in responses, the item-related time stamps that are displayed on the eBay site, the visibility of the item in some types of searches (e.g., GetCategoryListings), and other information. In some cases, the rules are determined by a combination of the site, the user's registration address, and other information. You cannot change the site when you revise a listing.

When you specify Item.Site in AddItem or AddFixedPriceItem, it must be consistent with the numeric site ID that you specify in the request URL (for the SOAP API) or the X-EBAY-API-SITEID header (for the XML API).

Applicable values: See Site.
Item.SiteId int Conditional The unique identifier of the eBay site on which the item is listed. If the Site ID is already passed in as an HTTP header, this field is not needed. If Site ID is specified in the HTTP header and through this request field, the value in this field will override the value in the HTTP headerWhen this is given we would ignore the site Id, which is given in header. See SiteCodeType for a full list of Site IDs for the eBay sites that are compatible with the Trading API.
Item.SKU SKUType (string) Optional A SKU (Stock Keeping Unit) value is a seller-defined identifier for a product. Each product within a seller's inventory should be unique. Most large-volume sellers use SKUs, but eBay only requires a SKU value if the InventoryTrackingMethod field is included in an AddFixedPriceItem call and its value is set to SKU. Setting the InventoryTrackingMethod field to SKU allows the seller to use a SKU value instead of an ItemID value as a unique identifier in calls such as GetItem and ReviseInventoryStatus

A seller can specify a SKU when listing an item with AddItem and related calls. eBay preserves the SKU on the item, enabling you to obtain it before and after an order line item is created. (SKU is recommended as an alternative to ApplicationData.)

If both ItemID and SKU are specified in calls that support the use of SKU as a unique identifier, the ItemID value takes precedence.

If a seller wants to use SKUs for multiple-variation listings, the SKU value for each product variation is actually specified at the variation level (Item.Variations.Variation.SKU) field, and the Item.SKU) field should not be included in the call request.

Note: The eBay site cannot identify listings by SKU. For example, My eBay pages and Search pages all identify listings by item ID. When a buyer contacts you via eBay's messaging functionality, eBay uses the item ID as the identifier. Buyer-focused APIs (like the Shopping API) also do not support SKU as an identifier. For revising and relisting only: To remove a SKU when you revise or relist an item, use DeletedField. (You cannot remove a SKU when Item.InventoryTrackingMethod is set to SKU.)

For GetItem, GetMyeBaySelling, and other 'Get' call, the SKU value will only be returned if defined for the listing.

Max length: 50.

See eBay Merchant Data API for AddFixedPriceItem and ReviseFixedPriceItem.

Item.StartPrice AmountType (double) Required The original price of the item at listing or re-listing time. If this value changes when the item is revised, the new value becomes the original price.

For auction listings: Competitive bidding starts at this value. Once at least one bid has been placed, StartPrice remains the same but CurrentPrice is incremented to the amount of each succeeding bid. If ReservePrice is also specified, the value of StartPrice must be lower than the value of ReservePrice.

For input on fixed-price listings (FixedPriceItem): This is the constant price at which a buyer may purchase the item.

GetMyeBaySelling does not return Item.StartPrice for fixed price items—it returns Item.SellingStatus.CurrentPrice.

For AddFixedPriceItem and VerifyAddFixedPriceItem: Required when no variations are specified. If variations are specified, use Variation.StartPrice for each variation instead.

For Revise calls: If the StartPrice value for a fixed-price item is changed with a Revise call, the MinimumBestOfferPrice and BestOfferAutoAcceptPrice fields in the ListingDetails container will be dropped (if set), basically turning off the Best Offer Auto Accept and/or Auto Decline features. If the seller wanted to reintroduce either of these Best Offer threshold values in the listing again, an additional Revise call would have to be made, passing in the desired threshold values.

Note: For the US site, new eBay sellers are subject to Seller Limits, which limit the quantity of items that may be listed and/or the total cumulative value of these listings. While subject to these selling limits, an eBay seller can use the GetMyeBaySelling call to retrieve both the remaining number of listings they can create and the remaining cumulative value of these listings. These values are shown in the Summary.QuantityLimitRemaining and Summary.AmountLimitRemaining fields in the GetMyeBaySelling response. If a call to add an item or revise an item would result in the exceeding of these limits, the add item or revise item call will fail. These fields will only be returned if the seller is subject to seller limits.

See Listing Policies.

Item.Storefront StorefrontType Optional This container provides details about the seller's eBay store.

In an Add/Revise/Relist call, the seller can include this container to set/change which customized eBay store category that the item will be placed in.

For 'Get' calls, this container is returned if the seller of the item has an eBay store.
Item.Storefront
  .StoreCategory2ID
long Optional Unique identifier for the secondary custom category in which to list the item. Set this field to a root-level custom category or a custom category that has no child categories (subcategories).

The system resets the value to 0 (None) in the following cases:
- The values of StoreCategoryID and StoreCategory2ID field are the same
- You specify StoreCategory2ID but not StoreCategoryID


In other words, StoreCategoryID must be set to a valid custom category and be different from StoreCategory2ID.
Item.Storefront
  .StoreCategory2Name
string Optional Name of the secondary custom category in which to list the item. Set this field to a root-level custom category or a custom category that has no child categories (subcategories).

The system resets the value to 0 (None) in the following cases:
- The values of StoreCategoryName and StoreCategory2Name field are the same
- You specify StoreCategory2Name but not StoreCategoryName


In other words StoreCategoryName must be set to a valid custom category name and be different from StoreCategory2Name.
Item.Storefront
  .StoreCategoryID
long Optional Unique identifier of a primary custom category in which to list the item. A custom category is a category that the seller created in their eBay Store. eBay Store sellers can create up to three levels of custom categories for their stores, but the API only supports root-level categories.

To list an item using the categories in a seller's store, you must set this field to a root-level custom category or a custom category that has no child categories (subcategories). If you attempt to list an item in a category that has subcategories, the call response contains a warning, and the item is listed in the 'Other' store category.
Item.Storefront
  .StoreCategoryName
string Optional Category name of a primary custom category in which to list the item. A custom category is a category that the seller created in their eBay Store. eBay Store sellers can create up to three levels of custom categories for their stores, but the API only supports root-level categories.

To list an item using a category name from a seller's store, you must set this field to a root-level custom category or a custom category that has no child categories (subcategories). If you attempt to list an item in a category that has subcategories, the call response contains a warning, and the item is listed in the store category called 'Other'.
Item.SubTitle string Optional Subtitle to use in addition to the title. Provides more keywords when buyers search in titles and descriptions. You cannot use HTML in the Subtitle. (HTML characters will be interpreted literally as plain text.) If you pass any value, this feature is applied (with applicable fees).

When you revise a item, you can add, change, or remove the subtitle.

Max length: 55.

See:
    Removing/Changing a Field When Relisting an Item
    (RelistItem) DeletedField
    Specifying a Subtitle for a Motors Vehicle Listing

Item.TaxCategory string Conditional Tax exception category code. This is to be used only by sellers who have opted into sales tax being calculated by a sales tax calculation vendor. If you are interested in becoming a tax calculation vendor partner with eBay, contact developer-relations@ebay.com.
Item.Title string Optional This field is used to specify the title of the listing. This field is conditionally required in an Add call unless the seller successfully uses the ProductListingDetails container to find an eBay catalog product match. When the seller successfully uses an eBay catalog product to create a listing, the listing title, listing description, Item Specifics, and stock photo defined in the catalog product are used to create the listing.

You cannot use HTML or JavaScript in the Title. (HTML characters will be interpreted literally as plain text.)

The listing title can only be changed if the active listing has yet to have any bids or sales, and the listing does not end within 12 hours.

Max length: 80.
Item.UseTaxTable boolean Optional Indicates whether the seller's tax table is to be used when applying and calculating sales tax for an order line item. A sales tax table can be created programmatically using the SetTaxTable call, or it can be created manually in My eBay's Payment Preferences. If UseTaxTable is set to true, the values contained in the seller's sales tax table will supersede the values contained in the Item.ShippingDetails.SalesTax container (if included in the request).

Note: As of September 1, 2020, buyers in over 40 US states will automatically be charged sales tax for eBay purchases. eBay will collect and remit this sales tax to the proper taxing authority on the buyer's behalf. The Sales Tax Table page for eBay US is being updated as each US state starts requiring collection of sales tax. This means that the seller no longer has control over, nor can specify a sales tax rate for these states. For a list of the US states that are currently subject to 'eBay Collect and Remit', or will become subject to 'eBay Collect and Remit', see the eBay sales tax collection help topic.

See Enabling Multi-jurisdiction Sales Tax.

Item.UUID UUIDType (string) Optional Use an UUID value to ensure that you only list (or relist) a particular item once. This field can be particularly useful if you are listing many items on a daily basis and/or many items at once with an AddItems call. If your call request does not generate a response, or if you get one or more (blocking) errors, be sure to use the same UUID value when you attempt to list or relist the same item with another call request.

If you pass in a UUID value that has already been used to successfully create or relist an item, you will receive an error message that includes the Item ID for that listing and a boolean value indicating whether the duplicate UUID was sent by the same application.

We recommend that you use the Item.UUID field for add and relist calls (for example, AddItem and RelistItem), but use the Item.InvocationID field instead when using a revise call.

The UUID can only contain digits from 0-9 and letters from A-F and must be 32 characters long. The UUID value must be unique across all of the seller's eBay across all eBay marketplaces.

Max length: 32.
Item.Variations VariationsType Optional Variations are multiple similar (but not identical) items in a single fixed-price listing. For example, a T-shirt listing could contain multiple items of the same brand that vary by color and size (like "Blue, Large" and "Black, Medium"). Each variation specifies a combination of one of these colors and sizes. Each variation can have a different quantity and price. You can buy multiple items from one variation at the same time. (That is, one order line item can contain multiple items from a single variation.)

If you list in two categories, both categories must support listing with variations. See VariationsEnabled in GetCategoryFeatures to determine applicable categories.

For ReviseFixedPriceItem and RelistFixedPriceItem: Once a listing has been submitted with variations, you can't delete all the variations when you revise or relist the listing (because it would be considered a different listing). You also can't add or change variation specifics (because they are unique identifiers). However, you can delete or replace individual variations as needed to match your current inventory. If a variation has no purchases, use the Variation.Delete field to delete the variation. If it has inventory, set the Quantity to 0.

As a best practice, if you want to revise multiple variations in the same listing at the same time (i.e., within a very short period), use a single ReviseFixedPriceItem request and include all the variation revisions in the same request. If your application design requires you to revise each variation individually, then avoid using multiple parallel threads. Instead, use a serial, synchronous process. That is, wait until each revision has been processed by eBay before submitting the next revision request for another variation in the same listing.

For GetItem and related calls Only returned when a listing has variations.

For GetSellerList: Only returned when a listing has variations, IncludeVariations was set to true in the request, the DetailLevel was set to ReturnAll, and an applicable pagination value and time range were specified.

For GetItemTransactions Only returned in Item when a listing has variations and IncludeVariations was set to true in the request. (Also see Variation returned in Transaction for information about which variation was actually purchased.)

For GetSellerEvents, GetMyeBayBuying, and GetMyeBaySelling: Only returned when a listing has variations and HideVariations was set to false or not specified in the request.

See:
    Multi-Variation Listings
    Qualifications for Listing with Variations

Item.Variations.ModifyNameList ModifyNameArrayType Conditional Modifies variation specific names when you revise or relist items.

You can modify a variation specific name regardless of the quantity sold (i.e., no restrictions on whether the item has orders or order line items (transactions)).

(Use VariationSpecifics to modify variation specific values.)

You are not required to specify SKU, VariationSpecifics, and other variation details in the request when you are only modifying a variation specific name.

Variation, Pictures, VariationSpecificsSet, or ModifyNameList (or all) need to be specified when the Variations node is specified in listing requests.

See Revising and Relisting with Variations.

Item.Variations.ModifyNameList
  .ModifyName
ModifyNameType Optional,
repeatable: [0..5]
A ModifyName container is needed for each Variation Specific name that the seller wishes to change in a multiple-variation listing.

You cannot change the name of an Item Specific that is required for the listing category. Use the GetCategoryFeatures or GetCategorySpecifics calls to determine which Item Specifics names are required for a category.

To get a current list of Variation Specifics defined for a multiple-variation listing, the seller can use GetItem, and then view all Variation Specific names in the VariationSpecificsSet container in the response.
Item.Variations.ModifyNameList
  .ModifyName.Name
string Conditional In this field, the seller identifies the current name (e.g., Material) of a Variation Specific in the active listing that the seller wishes to change. If this field is used, the NewName field must also be specified.

Max length: 40.
Item.Variations.ModifyNameList
  .ModifyName.NewName
string Conditional In this field, the seller states the new name of the Variation Specific (e.g., Fabric).

In addition to changing a Variation Specific name through the ModifyName container, the seller must also include the new Variation Specific name (and its available values) in the VariationSpecificsSet container, and omit the original name.

Note that variations that were sold while they used the old name will also be changed to use the new name in eBay's system.

If you are making other changes to a variation (such as adding new values or pictures), use consistent names to avoid unexpected results. For example, specify the same new name to identify the Variation Specific in the Pictures container and in the VariationSpecifics containers for each variation within the listing.

Max length: 40.
Item.Variations.Pictures PicturesType Optional Contains a set of pictures that correspond to one of the variation specifics, such as Color. For example, if a listing has blue and black color variations, you could choose Color for all the pictures, and then include a set of pictures for the blue variations and another set of pictures for the black variations.

We strongly recommend that you also include shared pictures in Item.PictureDetails, as this results in a better experience for buyers.

For ReviseFixedPriceItem only: To replace or delete individual pictures, pass in the entire Pictures node with the complete set of variation pictures that you want in the listing. If the applicable variations have purchases or the listing ends in less than 12 hours, you can add pictures, but you can't remove existing pictures.

Variation, Pictures, or ModifyNameList (or all) need to be specified when the Variations node is specified in listing requests

Note: Only one Pictures node is allowed for a listing. However, the node has been defined as unbounded (repeatable) in the schema to allow for different use cases for some calls or sites in the future.

See Variation Pictures.

Item.Variations.Pictures
  .VariationSpecificName
string Conditional 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 VariationSpecifics container.

This field is required in each Item.Variations.Pictures container that is used.

Max length: 40.
Item.Variations.Pictures
  .VariationSpecificPictureSet
VariationSpecificPictureSetType Conditional,
repeatable: [0..*]
A container consisting of one or more picture URLs associated with a variation specific value (e.g., color=blue). 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.

A variation specific picture set can consist of up to 12 images hosted by eBay Picture Services (EPS) or self-hosted (hosted outside of eBay) pictures. The eBay Picture Services and self-hosted images can never be combined into the same variation specific picture set.

At least one picture set is required if the Pictures node is present in the request. You are not required to 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.

Note: All images must comply with the Picture Requirements.
Item.Variations.Pictures
  .VariationSpecificPictureSet
  .PictureURL
anyURI Conditional,
repeatable: [0..*]
The URL of a picture that is associated with the VariationSpecificValue. A variation specific picture set can consist of up to 12 self-hosted or eBay Picture Services (EPS) hosted pictures. eBay Picture Services and self-hosted images can never be combined into the same variation specific picture set. To specify more than one image, use multiple PictureURL fields, passing in a distinct URL in each of those fields. This field cannot have an empty/null value. The UploadSiteHostedPictures call can be used to upload pictures to EPS. Note that if pictures are externally-hosted, they must be hosted on a site that is using the 'https' protocol.

The image specified in the first PictureURL field is also used as the thumbnail image for applicable variations. For example, if the picture set contains pictures of red shirts (i.e., VariationSpecificName=Color and VariationSpecificValue=Red), the first picture is used as the thumbnail image for all the red shirt variations.

Note: All images, whether they are hosted by EPS or self-hosted, must comply with eBay picture requirements, including the requirement that all images must be at least 500 pixels on its longest side. If the image does not satisfy the 500 pixels requirement, the listing may be blocked. For more information about other requirements and tips for adding pictures to listings, see the Adding pictures to your listings help page. You can use Item.PictureDetails to specify additional pictures. For example, the item-level pictures could include a model wearing a black shirt, as a typical example of the shirt style.

Note: If a URL contains spaces, those spaces can be replaced with %20. For example, https://example.com/my image.jpg must be submitted as https://example.com/my%20image.jpg to replace the space in the image file name. However, a semicolon character (;) cannot be replaced with %20, so a semicolon cannot be a part of the URL, as an error will occur. Variation pictures cannot be added or removed from a fixed-price listing when the listing is scheduled to end within 12 hours or if the item variation has already had transactions.

Note: For some large merchants, there are no limitations on when variation pictures can be added or removed from a fixed-price listing, even when the item variation has had transactions or is set to end within 12 hours.
Item.Variations.Pictures
  .VariationSpecificPictureSet
  .VariationSpecificValue
string Conditional A value that is associated with VariationSpecificName. For example, suppose this set of pictures is showing blue shirts, and some of the variations include Color=Blue in their variation specifics. If VariationSpecificName is Color , then VariationSpecificValue would be Blue.
Item.Variations.Variation VariationType Conditional,
repeatable: [1..120]
Contains data that distinguishes one item variation from another. For example, if an item varies by color and size, each Variation node specifies a combination of one of those colors and sizes.

When listing or relisting an item, you are allowed to create a listing with only one item variation, and you might have a plan to add more item variations to the listing in the future. However, if you don't plan to add other item variations in the future, we recommend that you avoid listing with only one variation, so that you avoid confusing buyers.

If you specify multiple Variation containers in an add/revise/relist/verify add call to define multiple item variations, the Variation containers must be contiguous or an error will occur. This means that you would not want to input a Pictures or a VariationSpecificsSet container in between Variation containers in an API call.

When you modify an item variation with a ReviseFixedPriceItem call, the best practice is to include all applicable fields under the Variation container, even if some of the values/settings are not being modified. The StartPrice and VariationSpecifics must be included when modifying an existing item variation, even if these values are not being changed. If a SKU value is defined for the item variation, it is strongly recommended that you include the SKU field, regardless of whether the SKU value is changing or not. If the SKU field is not included, any existing SKU value will be removed from the item variation. It is also strongly recommended that you include the Quantity field and input an accurate value, because if the Quantity field is omitted in the API call, the quantity for the item variation is set to 0.

See Using Multi-Variation Listings.

Item.Variations.Variation
  .Delete
boolean Conditional If this field is included and set to true, the corresponding variation is deleted from the listing with a successful call. In general, a listing with variations must have at least one variation with a non-zero quantity in order to remain active. Additional deletion rules depend on whether you are revising or relisting.

For ReviseFixedPriceItem only: This boolean field can now be used in a Revise call to delete a variation even if the variation still has quantity and/or has had one or more previous sales during the life of the listing. Previously, if a variation had any purchases, you could not delete the variation, but only set its quantity to zero.

To replace a varation, you can delete it and add the new or corrected one. However, you can't specify the same SKU twice in the same request (because the intent would be ambiguous). So, either use a new SKU for the newer variation, or use the call twice (once to delete the variation, and once to add the new variation with the same SKU).

For RelistFixedPriceItem only: You can delete any variation, as long as the relisted listing includes at least 1 variation with a non-zero quantity. (That is, when you relist, you could delete all but one variation, or you could delete all existing variations and add a new one.)
Default: false.
Item.Variations.Variation
  .DiscountPriceInfo
DiscountPriceInfoType Optional This container provides information for a single variation (within a multiple-variation listing) that has a Strikethrough Price (STP) or a Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) discount pricing treatment. For a multiple-variation listing, the discount pricing information should be set at the variation level and not at the item level (e.g. Item.DiscountPriceInfo). STP and MAP apply only to fixed-price listings. STP is available on the US, eBay Motors, UK, Germany, Canada (English and French), France, Italy, and Spain sites, while MAP is available only on the US site.

Discount pricing is available to qualified sellers (and their associated developers) who participate in the Discount Pricing Program. Once qualified, sellers receive a 'special account flag' (SAF) that allows them to apply Discount Pricing to both single-variation and multi-variation items. STP is intended for eBay partners and their sellers only.

As a seller listing Discount Price items, you are required to maintain records of your discount pricing in the event you are called upon to substantiate your item pricing.

See Displaying Discount Pricing Information to Buyers.

Item.Variations.Variation
  .DiscountPriceInfo
  .MadeForOutletComparisonPrice
AmountType (double) Conditional Applicable only if the item was specifically made for sale through dedicated eBay outlet pages (e.g., eBay Fashion Outlet).

The comparison price is the price of a comparable product sold through non-outlet channels on eBay (or elsewhere), or not specifically made for the outlet.

In fashion, a "comparable" product shares the same design, but is not considered an identical product. Some products are specifically made for outlets, and may have a different SKU than the "comparable" product. These made-for-outlet products may be manufactured in a different place, with different materials, or according to different specifications (i.e. different stitch pattern, seam reinforcement, button quality, etc.)
Item.Variations.Variation
  .DiscountPriceInfo
  .MinimumAdvertisedPrice
AmountType (double) Conditional Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) is an agreement between suppliers (or manufacturers (OEM)) and the retailers (sellers) stipulating the lowest price an item is allowed to be advertised at. Sellers can offer prices below MAP by means of other discounts. This only applies to fixed-price listings and auction listings with the Buy It Now option.
Item.Variations.Variation
  .DiscountPriceInfo
  .MinimumAdvertisedPriceExposure
MinimumAdvertisedPriceExposureCodeType Conditional For MinimumAdvertisedPrice (MAP) listings only. A seller cannot show the actual discounted price on eBay's View Item page. Instead, the buyer can either click on a pop-up on eBay's View Item page, or the discount price will be shown during checkout.

Applicable values:

CustomCode
Reserved for future use.
DuringCheckout
This enumeration value indicates that the discounted price will only be shown to the buyer once the buyer reaches the eBay Checkout page. To enable this pricing treatment when adding/revising/relisting an item, include the DiscountPriceInfo.MinimumAdvertisedPriceExposure field in an Add/Revise/Relist calls and set its value to DuringCheckout.
None
This enumeration value indicates that the discounted price is shown on the View Item page, and the buyer is not required to add the item to his/her cart or click Buy button to view the discounted price. To enable this pricing treatment when adding/revising/relisting an item, include the DiscountPriceInfo.MinimumAdvertisedPriceExposure field in an Add/Revise/Relist call and set its value to None.
PreCheckout
This enumeration value indicates that the buyer must add the item to his/her cart before the discounted price can be displayed. To enable this pricing treatment when adding/revising/relisting an item, include the DiscountPriceInfo.MinimumAdvertisedPriceExposure field in an Add/Revise/Relist calls and set its value to PreCheckout.
Item.Variations.Variation
  .DiscountPriceInfo
  .OriginalRetailPrice
AmountType (double) Conditional The actual retail price set by the manufacturer (OEM). eBay does not maintain or validate the OriginalRetailPrice supplied by the seller. OriginalRetailPrice should always be more than StartPrice. Compare the StartPrice/BuyItNowPrice to OriginalRetailPrice to determine the amount of savings to the buyer.
Item.Variations.Variation
  .DiscountPriceInfo.SoldOffeBay
boolean Conditional Used by the eBay UK and eBay Germany (DE) sites, this flag indicates that the discount price (specified as StartPrice) is the price for which the seller offered the same (or similar) item for sale on a Web site or offline store other than eBay in the previous 30 days. The discount price is always in reference to the seller's own price for the item.

If this field is set to true, eBay displays 'Was*' in the UK and 'Ursprunglich*' in Germany, next to the discounted price of the item. In the event both SoldOffeBay and SoldOneBay fields are set to true, SoldOneBay takes precedence.

Default: false.
Item.Variations.Variation
  .DiscountPriceInfo.SoldOneBay
boolean Conditional Used by the eBay UK and eBay Germany (DE) sites, this flag indicates that the discount price (specified as StartPrice) is the price for which the seller offered the same (or similar) item for sale on eBay within the previous 30 days. The discount price is always in reference to the seller's own price for the item.

If this field is set to true, eBay displays 'Was' in the UK and 'Ursprunglich' in Germany, next to the discounted price of the item. In the event both SoldOffeBay and SoldOneBay fields are set to true, SoldOneBay takes precedence.

Default: false.
Item.Variations.Variation
  .Quantity
int Required This value indicates the quantity of the specific variation that are available for purchase. If you set Variation.Quantity to 0 when you create, revise, or relist an item listing, the variation is dropped from the listing. To prevent this, you can set SetUserPreferences.OutOfStockControlPreference to true.

For GetItem (and other related calls that retrieve the Item object), the Variation.Quantity value indicates the total quantity associated with the variation, including the quantity available and the quantity sold. To calculate the quantity available for sale, subtract SellingStatus.QuantitySold from this value.

For RelistFixedPriceItem:
  • For an item variation that had an available quantity greater than 0 when the listing ended, the Quantity value of the item variation for the newly relisted item is set to the actual quantity available. For item variations, there is actually no QuantityAvailable field, but this value may be derived if you look at the corresponding item variation in a GetMyeBaySelling) response and subtract the Variation.QuantitySold value from the Variation.Quantity value, which represents the original Variation.Quantity value at creation time of the previous listing.
  • For item variations with an available quantity of 0 when the listing ended, the relisted item will retain the Variaton.Quantity value that was passed in at creation time of the previous listing.
So, if you are relisting an item that had one or more item variations with an available quantity of 0 when the listing ended, we strongly recommend that you pass in the correct available quantity through the corresponding Variation.Quantity field of a relist call. Alternatively, you can update the correct quantity available by using a ReviseInventoryStatus call and passing in a Quantity value, while also making sure to pass in the correct SKU value(s) to identify the correct item variation. A ReviseInventoryStatus call can be used to revise the quantity of up to four single item listings and/or item variations (from the same or different listings).

For ReviseFixedPriceItem: You can revise a variation's quantity at any time, even if it has purchases. However, unless you set the OutOfStockControlPreference boolean field of the SetUserPreferences call to true, at least one variation must remain with a non-zero quantity in order for the listing to remain active. If you set the OutOfStockControlPreference field to true, a multiple-variation listing will remain active but hidden from search even if the quantity of all variations in the listing is set to 0. When you modify a variation during revise or relist, you need to include both its StartPrice and Quantity. If you revise the Quantity value for a variation after items have already sold, specify the quantity available for sale. (eBay will automatically add the quantity sold to the value you specify.) If you set the quantity to 0 and the variation has no purchases, the variation may be dropped from the listing.

For GetSellerTransactions: See Item.Quantity instead.

See the eBay Features Guide for more details about setting and modifying a variation's quantity.

Note: The number in the Variation.Quantity field represents the current quantity of the item variation that is available using the "Ship to home" fulfillment method. This number does not take into account any quantity of the item variation that is available through "local" fulfillment methods such as In-Store Pickup or Click and Collect. This is due to the fact that there is no current implementation (or API field) where the seller informs eBay about the quantity of item variations available through each local fulfillment method. In the case where a listing is only offering the item variations through a local fulfillment method, this value should default to 0, and the Item.IgnoreQuantity will also be returned as True.

See:
    Setting and Modifying a Variation's Quantity
    Using the Out-of-Stock Feature for more details

Item.Variations.Variation.SKU SKUType (string) Conditional A SKU (stock keeping unit) is a seller-defined identifier. It is only intended for the seller's use (not for buyers). A SKU value is not required, but many large sellers like to add SKU value to their listings. If defined on a listing, a SKU value can be used by sellers to reconcile their eBay inventory with your own inventory system, instead of using the VariationSpecifics identifying values.

If specified, all SKU values must be unique within the Variations node. That is, no two variations within the same listing can have the same SKU.

If you include the Item.InventoryTrackingMethod field in an 'FixedPriceItem' call and set its value to SKU, the Variation.SKU values become required for each variation..

For GetItem, GetOrders and other 'Get' calls: Only returned if the seller specified a SKU for the variation.
Max length: 80.

See Setting a SKU to Uniquely Identify the Variation.

Item.Variations.Variation
  .StartPrice
AmountType (double) Conditional The fixed price for this item variation. For example, a "Blue, Large" variation price could be USD 10.00, and a "Black, Medium" variation price could be USD 5.00.

Each variation requires this field, and the prices can be the same for all variations, or be different for each variation. This enables sellers to provide discounts on certain variations without affecting the price of others. Required (and always returned) for listings with variations.

You can revise a variation's price at any time (even if it has purchases). When you modify a variation during revise or relist, you need to include both its StartPrice and Quantity.

See Setting the Variation Price.

Item.Variations.Variation
  .VariationProductListingDetails
VariationProductListingDetailsType Optional This container is used to provide one or more product identifiers for a product variation within a multiple-variation, fixed-price listing. The same product identifier type(s) must be used for all product variations within the listing. For instance, if one product variation uses ISBNs, all product variations must use ISBN values.

Note: Currently, the EAN, ISBN, or UPC fields are used to specify a Global Trade Item Number (GTIN), and the GetCategoryFeatures call is used to see if particular product identifier types are supported/required. The ProductReferenceID field can only be used to specify an ePID for an eBay Catalog product that is part of the Product-Based Shopping Experience mandate. For more information about PBSE, see the Product-Based Shopping Experience page.
When you include the VariationProductListingDetails container in a call, you must specify at least one GTIN or ePID. If an ePID is provided, a matching eBay catalog product must exist for the value that is passed in.

For ReviseItem and RelistItem only: When you revise a listing, if it ends within 12 hours, you cannot change the product identifier and you cannot remove existing product variation listing details data.
Item.Variations.Variation
  .VariationProductListingDetails
  .EAN
string Conditional This field is used if the seller wants to, or is required to identify each product variation within a multiple-variation listing by an EAN (European Article Number) value. An EAN is a unique 8 or 13-digit identifier that many industries (such as book publishers) use to identify products. The seller can use the GetCategoryFeatures or GetCategorySpecifics calls to see if an EAN is supported/required for a category.

Note: If the listing is being posted to a category that expects EAN values, but one doesn't exist for the product, the seller must pass in the text that can be found in the ProductDetails.ProductIdentifierUnavailableText field of the GeteBayDetails response. To get the ProductDetails container to return in the GeteBayDetails response, ProductDetails should be included as a DetailName value in the call request.
Item.Variations.Variation
  .VariationProductListingDetails
  .ISBN
string Conditional This field is used if the seller wants to, or is required to identify each product variation within a multiplge-variation listing by an ISBN (International Standard Book Number) value. An ISBN is a unique identifer for books. Both 10 and 13-character ISBNs are supported. When specifying a 13-character ISBN, the value must begin with either '978' or '979'. The seller can use the GetCategoryFeatures or GetCategorySpecifics calls to see if an ISBN is supported/required for a category.

Note: If the listing is being posted to a category that expects ISBN values, but one doesn't exist for the product, the seller must pass in the text that can be found in the ProductDetails.ProductIdentifierUnavailableText field of the GeteBayDetails response. To get the ProductDetails container to return in the GeteBayDetails response, ProductDetails should be included as a DetailName value in the call request.
Item.Variations.Variation
  .VariationProductListingDetails
  .ProductReferenceID
string Conditional Note: DO NOT USE.

Currently, sellers cannot associate an eBay catalog product with single variations within a multiple-variation listing for any eBay category. If the seller attempts to supply an eBay Product Identifier (ePID) at the variation level, a warning will get returned in the response stating that, 'Specifying a product identifier on a variant is not allowed in this category.'.

The ProductReferenceID field was originally added as part of the Product-Based Shopping Experience (PBSE) mandate, and eBay was going to allow and even require ePIDs to be specified for some leaf categories. However, with the rollback of the PBSE mandate, this field is not currently applicable or supported.

Max length: 38 (42 with "EPID").
Item.Variations.Variation
  .VariationProductListingDetails
  .UPC
string Conditional This field is used if the seller wants to, or is required to identify each product variation within a multiple-variation listing by a UPC (Universal Product Code) value. A UPC is a commonly-used identifier for many different products. The seller can use the GetCategoryFeatures or GetCategorySpecifics calls to see if a UPC is supported/required for a category.

Note: If the listing is being posted to a category that expects UPC values, but one doesn't exist for the product, the seller must pass in the text that can be found in the ProductDetails.ProductIdentifierUnavailableText field of the GeteBayDetails response. To get the ProductDetails container to return in the GeteBayDetails response, ProductDetails should be included as a DetailName value in the call request.
Item.Variations.Variation
  .VariationSpecifics
NameValueListArrayType Conditional,
repeatable: [2..5]
A list of name/value pairs that uniquely identify the variation within the listing. All variations must specify the same set of Item Specific names, but each variation must provide a unique combination of values for those Item Specific names. For example, if the items vary by color and size, then every variation must specify 'Color' and 'Size' as Item Specific names, but no two variations can specify the same combination of 'Color' and 'Size' values.

When you revise a listing that includes variations, you can change names of Variationpecifics by using the Variations.ModifyNameList container. You can also add, delete, or replace individual variations as needed to match your current inventory. Use the Variation.Delete field to delete a variation that has no sales (order line items). If the variation has sales, then set the Quantity to 0.

For GetSellerEvents To keep the GetSellerEvents response smaller, Variationpecifics are not returned if the variation has a SKU. If the variation has no SKU, then Variationpecifics are returned instead. Optionally, you can pass IncludeVariationSpecifics as true in the request to force Variationpecifics to be returned, even when the SKU is returned.

See:
    Configuring Variation Specifics
    Revising and Relisting with Variations

Item.Variations.Variation
  .VariationSpecifics
  .NameValueList
NameValueListType Conditional,
repeatable: [2..5]
For the AddItem family of calls: Contains the name and value(s) for an Item Specific. Only required when the ItemSpecifics container is specified.

Note: The maximum number of item specifics that may be defined for a listing has increased from 30 to 45.
For the AddFixedPriceItem family of calls: The same NameValueList schema is used for the ItemSpecifics node, the VariationSpecifics node, and the VariationSpecifcsSet node.

If the listing has variations, any name that you use in the VariationSpecifics and VariationSpecificsSet nodes can't be used in the ItemSpecifics node.
When you list with Item Variations:
  • Specify shared Item Specifics (e.g., Brand) in the ItemSpecifics node.
  • Specify up to five VariationSpecifics in each Variation node.
  • Specify all applicable names with all their supported values in the VariationSpecificSet node.
See the Variation sample in the AddFixedPriceItem call reference for examples.

For PlaceOffer: Required if the item being purchased includes Item Variations.

For AddToWatchList and RemoveFromWatchList: The ItemID value of the multiple-variation listing and the name-value pair to identify each variation in the listing are required.

Note: As of August 30, 2018, California will require sellers to display a Proposition 65 warning on online retail sites if products contain chemicals and/or substances that may impact the health of California buyers. This requirement is applicable to most eBay US categories, including eBay Motors, Motors Parts & Accessories, and catalog-enabled categories. The warning message can be customized by the seller, but should contain the following basic information:
  • The name of at least one listed chemical that prompted the warning
  • Text stating that the product 'can expose you to' the chemical(s) in the product
  • The URL for OEHHA's new Proposition 65 warnings website, which is www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Unlike standard item specifics that allow a maximum of 65 characters in the Value field, the matching value for the 'California Prop 65 Warning' item specific allows up to 800 characters of text. When a seller passes in this item specific, eBay will automatically insert a warning symbol icon for the listing.

Item.Variations.Variation
  .VariationSpecifics
  .NameValueList.Name
string Conditional Depending on the call and context, this value is either a name of an Item/Category/Variation Specific, or a Parts Compatibility name.

For the AddItem and AddFixedPriceItem families of calls: In the Item.ItemSpecifics context, this can be any name that the seller wants to use. However, to help buyers find items more easily, it is a good idea to try to use a recommended name when possible (see GetCategorySpecifics). You can't specify the same name twice within the same listing.

For the AddFixedPriceItem family of calls: In the VariationSpecifics context, this can be any name that the seller wants to use, unless the VariationsEnabled flag is false for the name in the GetCategorySpecifics response. For example, for some categories eBay may recommend that you only use "Brand" as a shared name at the Item level, not in variations.

For the AddFixedPriceItem family of calls: In the Compatibility.NameValueList context, this value is a motor vehicle aspect such as Year, Make, and Model. A Compatibility.NameValueList container is applicable for motor vehicle parts and accessories listings.

For GetCategorySpecifics: This is a recommended (popular) name to use for items in the specified category (e.g., "Brand" might be recommended, not "Manufacturer").

For PlaceOffer: Required if the item being purchased includes Item Variations.

Note: For mandatory and recommended item specifics that are returned in the GetCategorySpecifics call, the seller should pass in the name of these item specifics just as they are shown in the GetCategorySpecifics response. Similarly, for catalog-enabled categories, the seller should pass in the name of instance aspects just as they are shown in the GetCategorySpecifics response. Instance aspects are additional details unique to a specific item or listing that a seller can include along with the product aspects that are already defined in the eBay catalog product associated with the listing. Instance aspects common to many catalog-enabled categories include 'Bundle Description' and 'Modification Description'. As of August 30, 2018, eBay US sellers who ship to California are required to pass in a 'California Prop 65 Warning' item specific if the item in the listing contains one or more chemicals known to be harmful to human health. This item specific is passed at the listing level for both single-variation and multiple-variation listings. The 'California Prop 65 Warning' is considered an instance specific because it will be retained on the listing even when the seller lists using an eBay catalog product. The 'California Prop 65 Warning' may be applicable in most eBay US categories, including eBay Motors, Motors Parts & Accessories, and catalog-enabled categories. Note: If Brand and MPN (Manufacturer Part Number) are being used to identify product variations in a multiple-variation listing, the Brand must be specified at the item level (ItemSpecifics container) and the MPN for each product variation must be specified at the variation level (VariationSpecifics container). The Brand name must be the same for all variations within a single listing.
Max length: 65.
Item.Variations.Variation
  .VariationSpecifics
  .NameValueList.Value
string Conditional,
repeatable: [0..*]
Depending on the call and context, this value is either the value of an Item/Category/Variation Specific, a Parts Compatibility value, or a product identifier.

For the AddItem family of calls: If you specify multiple values for Item Specifics, eBay only stores the first one, unless GetCategorySpecifics indicates that the corresponding name supports multiple values.

For the AddFixedPriceItem family of calls: If you specify multiple values for Item Specifics or Variation Specifics, eBay only stores the first one, unless GetCategorySpecifics indicates that the corresponding name supports multiple values.

In VariationSpecificSet, you typically specify multiple Value fields for each name. For example, if Name = Size, you would specify all size values that you wan to offer in the listing.

For the Compatibility.NameValueList context, this is the corresponding value of a motor vehicle aspect such as Year, Make, and Model. A Compatibility.NameValueList container is applicable for motor vehicle parts and accessories listings.

For GetCategorySpecifics: The most highly recommended values are returned first. For these calls, Value is only returned when recommended values are available.

For PlaceOffer: Required if the item being purchased includes Item Variations.


Note: The standard maximum length for the value of an item specific is 65, but the maximum allowed length increases for instance aspects such as 'Bundle Description' and 'Modification Description'. The maximum allowed length for these instance aspects are returned in the GetCategorySpecifics call. The maximum allowed length for the new 'California Prop 65 Warning' item specific is 800 characters. For more information about the 'California Prop 65 Warning' item specific, see the ItemSpecifics.NameValueList field description.
Max length: 65 (but longer for some instance aspects, including 800 for 'California Prop 65 Warning').
Item.Variations
  .VariationSpecificsSet
NameValueListArrayType Conditional The set of all variation specific names and values that can be applicable to the listing (at any time in its life cycle). This must include all names and values specified in the VariationSpecifics nodes.

Required when Variations are specified in a new listing, and when you modify the name of a variation by using ModifyNameList. When you modify variation specific names, VariationSpecificsSet must include the new names plus the names that are not changing (but omit the old names),

This set configures variation selection widgets that appear on eBay's View Item page. For example, if you specify Color and Size names in the set, eBay's View Item page displays Color and Size drop-down lists to enable a buyer to choose a variation of interest.

The order in which you specify the names and values also controls the order in which the selection widgets appear on the View Item page. For example, if you specify "Color", then "Size", and then "Sleeve Style" as names, the View Item page shows drop-down lists with those labels in that order. For "Size", if you specify "S", "M", and "L" as values, the View Item page shows the values in that order in the Size drop-down list.

Use GetCategorySpecifics to retrieve recommendations for names, values, and order.

Required when Variations are specified in a new listing (e.g., in AddFixedPriceItem). Also required when you change variation specific names or values in ReviseFixedPriceItem and RelistFixedPriceItem.

See Configuring Variation Specifics.

Item.Variations
  .VariationSpecificsSet
  .NameValueList
NameValueListType Conditional,
repeatable: [2..5]
For the AddItem family of calls: Contains the name and value(s) for an Item Specific. Only required when the ItemSpecifics container is specified.

Note: The maximum number of item specifics that may be defined for a listing has increased from 30 to 45.
For the AddFixedPriceItem family of calls: The same NameValueList schema is used for the ItemSpecifics node, the VariationSpecifics node, and the VariationSpecifcsSet node.

If the listing has variations, any name that you use in the VariationSpecifics and VariationSpecificsSet nodes can't be used in the ItemSpecifics node.
When you list with Item Variations:
  • Specify shared Item Specifics (e.g., Brand) in the ItemSpecifics node.
  • Specify up to five VariationSpecifics in each Variation node.
  • Specify all applicable names with all their supported values in the VariationSpecificSet node.
See the Variation sample in the AddFixedPriceItem call reference for examples.

For PlaceOffer: Required if the item being purchased includes Item Variations.

For AddToWatchList and RemoveFromWatchList: The ItemID value of the multiple-variation listing and the name-value pair to identify each variation in the listing are required.

Note: As of August 30, 2018, California will require sellers to display a Proposition 65 warning on online retail sites if products contain chemicals and/or substances that may impact the health of California buyers. This requirement is applicable to most eBay US categories, including eBay Motors, Motors Parts & Accessories, and catalog-enabled categories. The warning message can be customized by the seller, but should contain the following basic information:
  • The name of at least one listed chemical that prompted the warning
  • Text stating that the product 'can expose you to' the chemical(s) in the product
  • The URL for OEHHA's new Proposition 65 warnings website, which is www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Unlike standard item specifics that allow a maximum of 65 characters in the Value field, the matching value for the 'California Prop 65 Warning' item specific allows up to 800 characters of text. When a seller passes in this item specific, eBay will automatically insert a warning symbol icon for the listing.

Item.Variations
  .VariationSpecificsSet
  .NameValueList.Name
string Conditional Depending on the call and context, this value is either a name of an Item/Category/Variation Specific, or a Parts Compatibility name.

For the AddItem and AddFixedPriceItem families of calls: In the Item.ItemSpecifics context, this can be any name that the seller wants to use. However, to help buyers find items more easily, it is a good idea to try to use a recommended name when possible (see GetCategorySpecifics). You can't specify the same name twice within the same listing.

For the AddFixedPriceItem family of calls: In the VariationSpecifics context, this can be any name that the seller wants to use, unless the VariationsEnabled flag is false for the name in the GetCategorySpecifics response. For example, for some categories eBay may recommend that you only use "Brand" as a shared name at the Item level, not in variations.

For the AddFixedPriceItem family of calls: In the Compatibility.NameValueList context, this value is a motor vehicle aspect such as Year, Make, and Model. A Compatibility.NameValueList container is applicable for motor vehicle parts and accessories listings.

For GetCategorySpecifics: This is a recommended (popular) name to use for items in the specified category (e.g., "Brand" might be recommended, not "Manufacturer").

For PlaceOffer: Required if the item being purchased includes Item Variations.

Note: For mandatory and recommended item specifics that are returned in the GetCategorySpecifics call, the seller should pass in the name of these item specifics just as they are shown in the GetCategorySpecifics response. Similarly, for catalog-enabled categories, the seller should pass in the name of instance aspects just as they are shown in the GetCategorySpecifics response. Instance aspects are additional details unique to a specific item or listing that a seller can include along with the product aspects that are already defined in the eBay catalog product associated with the listing. Instance aspects common to many catalog-enabled categories include 'Bundle Description' and 'Modification Description'. As of August 30, 2018, eBay US sellers who ship to California are required to pass in a 'California Prop 65 Warning' item specific if the item in the listing contains one or more chemicals known to be harmful to human health. This item specific is passed at the listing level for both single-variation and multiple-variation listings. The 'California Prop 65 Warning' is considered an instance specific because it will be retained on the listing even when the seller lists using an eBay catalog product. The 'California Prop 65 Warning' may be applicable in most eBay US categories, including eBay Motors, Motors Parts & Accessories, and catalog-enabled categories. Note: If Brand and MPN (Manufacturer Part Number) are being used to identify product variations in a multiple-variation listing, the Brand must be specified at the item level (ItemSpecifics container) and the MPN for each product variation must be specified at the variation level (VariationSpecifics container). The Brand name must be the same for all variations within a single listing.
Max length: 65.
Item.Variations
  .VariationSpecificsSet
  .NameValueList.Value
string Conditional,
repeatable: [0..*]
Depending on the call and context, this value is either the value of an Item/Category/Variation Specific, a Parts Compatibility value, or a product identifier.

For the AddItem family of calls: If you specify multiple values for Item Specifics, eBay only stores the first one, unless GetCategorySpecifics indicates that the corresponding name supports multiple values.

For the AddFixedPriceItem family of calls: If you specify multiple values for Item Specifics or Variation Specifics, eBay only stores the first one, unless GetCategorySpecifics indicates that the corresponding name supports multiple values.

In VariationSpecificSet, you typically specify multiple Value fields for each name. For example, if Name = Size, you would specify all size values that you wan to offer in the listing.

For the Compatibility.NameValueList context, this is the corresponding value of a motor vehicle aspect such as Year, Make, and Model. A Compatibility.NameValueList container is applicable for motor vehicle parts and accessories listings.

For GetCategorySpecifics: The most highly recommended values are returned first. For these calls, Value is only returned when recommended values are available.

For PlaceOffer: Required if the item being purchased includes Item Variations.


Note: The standard maximum length for the value of an item specific is 65, but the maximum allowed length increases for instance aspects such as 'Bundle Description' and 'Modification Description'. The maximum allowed length for these instance aspects are returned in the GetCategorySpecifics call. The maximum allowed length for the new 'California Prop 65 Warning' item specific is 800 characters. For more information about the 'California Prop 65 Warning' item specific, see the ItemSpecifics.NameValueList field description.
Max length: 65 (but longer for some instance aspects, including 800 for 'California Prop 65 Warning').
Item.VATDetails VATDetailsType Conditional This container is used in an Add/Revise/Relist call to set the VAT (Value-added Tax) percentage rate that will be charged to buyers when an item is purchased from the listing, and to enable Business Seller-related features.

This container is returned in 'Get' calls only if VAT is applicable to the listing, and unless the person making the 'Get' call owns the listing, only the VATPercent field is returned (if applicable). However, Business Seller-related information will be returned to all users in 'Get' calls under the SellerInfo and BusinessSellerDetails containers.

Note: VAT is not applicable to all countries, including the US. Allowed VAT percentage rates can vary by region/country, so sellers should be aware of the rates they are legally required/allowed to charge. Sellers must be registered as Business Sellers on the site they are selling on in order to use the Business Seller-related fields.

See:
    Working with Business Features and VAT
    Business Feature Field Differences

Item.VATDetails.BusinessSeller boolean Conditional This field should be included in an Add/Revise/Relist call and set to true if the seller is registered on the selling site as a Business Seller. This field must be included and set to true if the RestrictedToBusiness field is also included and set to true. The RestrictedToBusiness field is used by German (Site ID 77), Austrian (Site ID 16), and Swiss (Site ID 193) sellers who wish to restrict sales of their item to other users registered as business users.

This field is returned in 'Get' calls only if set on the listing, and the person making the call owns the listing. However, other Business Seller-related information will be returned to all users in 'Get' calls under the SellerInfo and BusinessSellerDetails containers.
Item.VATDetails
  .RestrictedToBusiness
boolean Optional This field must be included in an Add/Revise/Relist call and set to true if a German (Site ID 77), Austrian (Site ID 16), or Swiss (Site ID 193) seller wishes to restrict sales of their item to other users registered on eBay as business users. If this field is set as true, the BusinessSeller field must also be included and set to true. This feature is not available on any other eBay marketplaces.

This field can be included and set to true only by Business Sellers registered on one of the three sites above, and only if the listing category supports Business-to-Business listings. The GetCategories call can be used by the seller (using one of the Site IDs above) to see which categories support Business-to-Business listings. A B2BVATEnabled boolean field will be returned as true if a listing category supports Business-to-Business listings.

This field is returned in 'Get' calls only if set on the listing, and the person making the call owns the listing. However, other Business Seller-related information will be returned to all users in 'Get' calls under the SellerInfo and BusinessSellerDetails containers.
Item.VATDetails.VATPercent float Conditional This container is used in an Add/Revise/Relist call to set the VAT (Value-added Tax) percentage rate that will be charged to buyers when an item is purchased from the listing.

VAT is not applicable to all countries, including the US. Allowed VAT percentage rates can vary by region/country, so sellers should be aware of the rates they are legally required/allowed to charge, and they are responsible for charging the correct VAT rate.

If VAT is charged on a listing, the seller can choose to print an invoice for the buyer that shows the item's net price, the VAT percentage rate, the VAT amount, and the total price.

This field is returned in 'Get' calls only if the listing is subject to VAT.

Note: The float value input into an Add/Revise/Relist call can have up to three digits beyond the decimal point (e.g. 12.346).
Item.VIN string Optional This field displays the Vehicle Identification Number, which is a unique serial number for a motor vehicle.

This field is applicable to listings in US eBay Motors Cars and Trucks (6001), Motorcycles (6024), Commercial Trucks (63732), RVs and Campers (50054), ATVs (6723), Snowmobiles (42595), and UTVs (173665); and to Cars and Trucks listings in CA, CAFR and AU eBay Motors. For vehicle categories that do not use VIN, call GetCategorySpecifics to determine applicable Item Specifics (such as 'Hull ID Number' for Boats).

For the US, CA, and CAFR eBay Motors sites, required for cars and trucks from model year 1981 and later. (The US developed national standards for VIN values in 1981.)

For the eBay Australia site, required for vehicles from model year 1989 or later. For the eBay Australia site, only appears on the View Item page if you also specify the date of first registration in the listing's Item Specifics.

Appears in the VIN field in the Item Specifics section of eBay's View Item page.

Max length: 17.
Item.VRM string Optional Vehicle Registration Mark, which is a unique identifier for a motor vehicle in the UK.

Applicable to listings in UK eBay Motors Cars and Trucks, Motorcycle, and some Powersport categories.

Appears as a VRM field in the Item Specifics section of eBay's View Item page. On the View Item page, the VRM value is masked (i.e., only a portion of the value is shown to users). In the GetItem response, the VRM is only returned if the call is made by the seller (i.e., the AuthToken is associated with the vehicle's seller).
Standard Input Fields  
ErrorLanguage string Optional Use ErrorLanguage to return error strings for the call in a different language from the language commonly associated with the site that the requesting user is registered with. Below are some examples from different countries.

ID Country
en_AU Australia
de_AT Austria
nl_BE Belgium (Dutch)
fr_BE Belgium (French)
en_CA Canada
fr_CA Canada (French)
zh_CN China
fr_FR France
de_DE Germany
zh_HK Hong Kong
en_IN India
en_IE Ireland
it_IT Italy
nl_NL Netherlands
en_SG Singapore
es_ES Spain
de_CH Switzerland
en_GB United Kingdom
en_US United States
MessageID string Optional Most Trading API calls support a MessageID element in the request and a CorrelationID element in the response. If you pass in a MessageID in a request, the same value will be returned in the CorrelationID field in the response. Pairing these values can help you track and confirm that a response is returned for every request and to match specific responses to specific requests. If you do not pass a MessageID value in the request, CorrelationID is not returned.

Note: GetCategories is designed to retrieve very large sets of metadata that change once a day or less often. To improve performance, these calls return cached responses when you request all available data (with no filters). When this occurs, the MessageID and CorrelationID fields aren't applicable. However, if you specify an input filter to reduce the amount of data returned, the calls retrieve the latest data (not cached). When this occurs, MessageID and CorrelationID are applicable.
Version string Conditional The version number of the API code that you are programming against (e.g., 1149). The version you specify for a call has these basic effects:
  • It indicates the version of the code lists and other data that eBay should use to process your request.
  • It indicates the schema version you are using.
You need to use a version that is greater than or equal to the lowest supported version.
For the SOAP API: If you are using the SOAP API, this field is required. Specify the version of the WSDL your application is using.

For the XML API: If you are using the XML API, this field has no effect. Instead, specify the version in the X-EBAY-API-COMPATIBILITY-LEVEL HTTP header. (If you specify Version in the body of an XML API request and it is different from the value in the HTTP header, eBay returns an informational warning that the value in the HTTP header was used instead.)

See:
    HTTP Headers
    eBay Schema Versioning Strategy
    Lowest Supported Version

WarningLevel WarningLevelCodeType Optional Controls whether or not to return warnings when the application passes unrecognized or deprecated elements in a request.

An unrecognized element is one that is not defined in any supported version of the schema. Schema element names are case-sensitive, so using WarningLevel can also help you remove any potential hidden bugs within your application due to incorrect case or spelling in field names before you put your application into the Production environment.

WarningLevel only validates elements; it doesn't validate XML attributes. It also doesn't control warnings related to user-entered strings or numbers, or warnings for logical errors.

We recommend that you only use this during development and debugging. Do not use this in requests performed in the Production environment.

Applicable values:

High
The WarningLevel value is set to High if the user wishes to receive warnings when the application passes unrecognized or deprecated elements in an API call request. Setting the WarningLevel value to High is not recommended in a production environment. Instead, it should only be used during the development/debugging stage.
Low
The WarningLevel value is set to Low if the user does not wish to receive warnings when the application passes unrecognized or deprecated elements in an API call request. This is the default value if WarningLevel is not specified in the call request.

See Warning Level.



Output

See also Samples.

The box below lists all fields that might be returned in the response. To learn more about an individual field or its type, click its name in the box (or scroll down to find it in the table below the box).

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<RelistFixedPriceItemResponse xmlns="urn:ebay:apis:eBLBaseComponents">
  <!-- Call-specific Output Fields -->
  <Category2ID> string </Category2ID>
  <CategoryID> string </CategoryID>
  <DiscountReason> DiscountReasonCodeType </DiscountReason>
  <!-- ... more DiscountReason values allowed here ... -->
  <EndTime> dateTime </EndTime>
  <Fees> FeesType
    <Fee> FeeType
      <Fee currencyID="CurrencyCodeType"> AmountType (double) </Fee>
      <Name> string </Name>
      <PromotionalDiscount currencyID="CurrencyCodeType"> AmountType (double) </PromotionalDiscount>
    </Fee>
    <!-- ... more Fee nodes allowed here ... -->
  </Fees>
  <ItemID> ItemIDType (string) </ItemID>
  <ListingRecommendations> ListingRecommendationsType
    <Recommendation> ListingRecommendationType
      <Code> string </Code>
      <FieldName> string </FieldName>
      <Group> string </Group>
      <Message> string </Message>
      <Metadata> MetadataType
        <Name> string </Name>
        <Value> string </Value>
        <!-- ... more Value values allowed here ... -->
      </Metadata>
      <!-- ... more Metadata nodes allowed here ... -->
      <Type> string </Type>
      <Value> string </Value>
      <!-- ... more Value values allowed here ... -->
    </Recommendation>
    <!-- ... more Recommendation nodes allowed here ... -->
  </ListingRecommendations>
  <ProductSuggestions> ProductSuggestionsType
    <ProductSuggestion> ProductSuggestionType
      <EPID> string </EPID>
      <Recommended> boolean </Recommended>
      <StockPhoto> string </StockPhoto>
      <Title> string </Title>
    </ProductSuggestion>
    <!-- ... more ProductSuggestion nodes allowed here ... -->
  </ProductSuggestions>
  <SKU> SKUType (string) </SKU>
  <StartTime> dateTime </StartTime>
  <!-- Standard Output Fields -->
  <Ack> AckCodeType </Ack>
  <Build> string </Build>
  <CorrelationID> string </CorrelationID>
  <DuplicateInvocationDetails> DuplicateInvocationDetailsType </DuplicateInvocationDetails>
  <Errors> ErrorType
    <ErrorClassification> ErrorClassificationCodeType </ErrorClassification>
    <ErrorCode> token </ErrorCode>
    <ErrorParameters ParamID="string"> ErrorParameterType
      <Value> string </Value>
    </ErrorParameters>
    <!-- ... more ErrorParameters nodes allowed here ... -->
    <LongMessage> string </LongMessage>
    <SeverityCode> SeverityCodeType </SeverityCode>
    <ShortMessage> string </ShortMessage>
  </Errors>
  <!-- ... more Errors nodes allowed here ... -->
  <HardExpirationWarning> string </HardExpirationWarning>
  <Message> string </Message>
  <Timestamp> dateTime </Timestamp>
  <Version> string </Version>
</RelistFixedPriceItemResponse>
Return Value Type Occurrence Meaning
Call-specific Output Fields [Jump to standard fields]
Category2ID string Conditionally Unique identifier of the secondary eBay category (if one was used) in which the item was relisted. This field is only returned if the Item.CategoryMappingAllowed field was included and set to true in the request and the category ID passed in the Item.SecondaryCategory field was mapped to a new category ID by eBay. If the secondary category has not changed or it has expired with no replacement, this field is not returned.


Max length: 10.
CategoryID string Conditionally Unique identifier of the primary eBay category in which the item was relisted. This field is only returned if the Item.CategoryMappingAllowed field was included and set to true in the request and the category ID passed in the Item.PrimaryCategory field was mapped to a new category ID by eBay. If the primary category has not changed or it has expired with no replacement, this field is not returned.


Max length: 10.
DiscountReason DiscountReasonCodeType Conditionally,
repeatable: [0..*]
This field is returned if an eBay special offer or promotion is applicable to the listing.

Applicable values:

CustomCode
Reserved for future use
Promotion
An offer that applies to an unlimited number of listings during the offering period. Example: "Get subtitle for $0.10 in Tech category when listing between 12/25 and 12/28. No limit to the number of items listed during this period."
SpecialOffer
An offer that applies to a limited number of listings during the offering period. Example: "There is no insertion fee for up to 5 auctions when listing between 12/1 and 12/10."

Code so that your app gracefully handles any future changes to this list.
EndTime dateTime Always Date and time when the relisted item is scheduled to end based on the start time and the listing duration value that was set in the ListingDuration field. If the value of ListingDuration was set to GTC (Good 'Til Cancelled), this value will be set 30 days ahead of the start time, although this value will be updated if the GTC listing is still alive and automatically renewed 30 days after start time.

Note: Starting July 1, 2019, the Good 'Til Cancelled renewal schedule will be modified from every 30 days to once per calendar month. For example, if a GTC listing is created July 5, the next monthly renewal date will be August 5. If a GTC listing is created on the 31st of the month, but the following month only has 30 days, the renewal will happen on the 30th in the following month. Finally, if a GTC listing is created on January 29-31, the renewal will happen on February 28th (or 29th during a 'Leap Year'). See the Good 'Til Cancelled listings update in the Spring 2019 Seller Updates for more information about this change.
Fees FeesType Always This container is an array of fees associated with the relisted item. The fees in this container will not include any fees that are based on the purchase price (such as Final Value Fee) and only come into play when the listing has a sale.

All listing fee types are returned, even if those fees are not applicable for the relisted item and are '0.0'.

Note: The currency used for all fees returned under the Fees container reflects the currency used for the listing site, and not necessarily in the seller's default/home currency. For example, if a Canadian seller is using the RelistFixedPriceItem call to relist an item on the eBay US site, the currency type shown for each fee will be USD and not CAD.

See:
    eBay.com Selling Fees
    Fees Per Site

Fees.Fee FeeType Always,
repeatable: [1..*]
A Fee container is returned for each listing fee associated with listing an item. Each Fee container consists of the fee type, the amount of the fee, and any applicable eBay promotional discount on that listing fee. A Fee container is returned for each listing feature, even if the associated cost is 0.
Fees.Fee.Fee AmountType (double) Always Amount of the fee that eBay will charge the member for the associated listing feature.

See:
    eBay.com Fees for A current schedule of listing features and their associated fees.
    Fees Resulting from Listing an Item for A table listing the type of fees that can be charged when you list an item.

Fees.Fee.Fee
  [ attribute currencyID ]
CurrencyCodeType Always Amount of the fee that eBay will charge the member for the associated listing feature.

For a list of possible enumeration values, see CurrencyCodeType.
Fees.Fee.Name string Always This is the name of the listing feature, such as ListingFee, SubtitleFee, or BoldFee.

See Fees Resulting from Listing an Item.

Fees.Fee.PromotionalDiscount AmountType (double) Always This field exists in the response when the user has selected a feature that participates in a promotional discount.

Note: Verify calls might not return the PromotionalDiscount fee in the response.

See Standard selling fees for A current schedule of listing features and their associated fees..

Fees.Fee.PromotionalDiscount
  [ attribute currencyID ]
CurrencyCodeType Always This field exists in the response when the user has selected a feature that participates in a promotional discount.

Note: Verify calls might not return the PromotionalDiscount fee in the response.

For a list of possible enumeration values, see CurrencyCodeType.
ItemID ItemIDType (string) Always The unique identifier for the relisted item. Note that the ItemID value changes when a listing is relisted, so this will not be the same ItemID value that was passed in the call request.

ListingRecommendations ListingRecommendationsType Conditionally 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 regards to top-rated seller/listing requirements, mandated or recommended Item Specifics, picture quality requirements, pricing and/or listing format recommendations, recommended keywords and/or Item Specifics in a Title, and/or a recommendation to offer fast handling (same-day handling or handling time of 1 day) and/or a free shipping option in order to qualify the listing for a Fast 'N Free badge.

This container is only returned if the IncludeRecommendations flag was included and set to 'true' in the RelistFixedPriceItem request, and if at least one listing recommendation exists for the newly relisted item. If one or more listing recommendations are returned, it will be at the seller's discretion about whether to revise the item based on eBay's listing recommendation(s).
ListingRecommendations
  .Recommendation
ListingRecommendationType Conditionally,
repeatable: [0..*]
Each Recommendation container provides a message to the seller on how a listing can be improved or brought up to standard in regards to top-rated seller/listing requirements, mandated or recommended Item Specifics, picture quality requirements, pricing and/or listing format recommendations, recommended keywords and/or Item Specifics in a Title, and/or a recommendation to use Fast 'N Free shipping.

One or more Recommendation containers can be returned for each listing.
ListingRecommendations
  .Recommendation.Code
string Conditionally This code value provides a generic, "human-friendly" message summarizing what is wrong with the listing, or how it can be improved. These values include:
  • FIELD_VALUE_INCORRECT
  • FIELD_VALUE_RECOMMENDATION
  • MANDATED_FIELD_VALUE_MISSING
  • MANDATORY_STANDARDS_NOT_MET
  • RECOMMENDED_FIELD_VALUE_MISSING
  • RECOMMENDED_FIELD_VALUE_TO_REMOVE
  • RECOMMENDED_STANDARDS_NOT_MET
This field is always returned with each recommendation container.
Max length: 128.
ListingRecommendations
  .Recommendation.FieldName
string Conditionally The FieldName value will vary based on the recommendation type. The FieldName values for each recommendation type are summarized below:

For eTRS listing recommendations, the FieldName value will indicate the specific Trading API field that the seller needs to update to bring the listing up to top-rated listing standards. For example, if the Recommendation.Type value is 'eTRS' and the Recommendation.Group value is 'SHIPPING', the FieldName value may be 'DispatchTimeMax'. If the seller is returned a listing recommendation like this, it would most likely indicate that the seller must reduce the handling time (DispatchTimeMax value) in the listing to '0' (same-day shipping) or '1' (one-day handling time) in order for the listing to qualify as a top-rated listing and receive a Top Rated Plus seal in View Item and Search Results pages.

For an ItemSpecifics listing recommendation, the FieldName value will be the name of the recommended Item Specific. If the seller gets a ItemSpecifics listing recommendation, the seller will perform a ReviseItem/ReviseFixedPriceItem call, passing in the recommended Item Specific (with one or more values) through the ItemSpecifics.NameValueList container. If available, eBay will also return recommended Item Specific value(s) through the Recommendation.Value field.

For a Picture listing recommendation, the FieldName value will be the URL of the image that needs to be brought up to picture quality standards. If the seller gets a Picture listing recommendation for this image in the listing, the seller will need to make the required picture quality update, and then perform a ReviseItem/ReviseFixedPriceItem call, passing in the URL of the image through the PictureURL field in the PictureDetails container.

If the seller gets a Picture listing recommendation for this image in the listing, the seller will need to make the required picture quality update, and then perform a ReviseItem/ReviseFixedPriceItem call, passing in the URL of the image through the PictureURL field in the PictureDetails container.

For a Price listing recommendation, the FieldName value will be one of the following:
  • BuyItNowPrice: the recommended price for an item in a fixed-price listing or for the "Buy It Now" price in an auction listing; this value will be shown in the Recommendation.Value field. Upon getting a BuyItNowPrice recommendation, the seller may consider revising their listing with a price matching or closer to the recommended price.
  • ListingType: this value is returned if a different listing type (auction vs. fixed-price) is being suggested for the item. Upon getting a ListingType recommendation, the seller may consider the recommended listing type the next time they list a similar item.
  • StartPrice: the recommended starting bid price for an item in an auction listing; this value will be shown in the Recommendation.Value field. Upon getting a StartPrice recommendation, the seller may consider the recommended starting bid price the next time they list a similar item.
Two other pricing recommendations, BuyItNowPriceRange and StartPriceRange, are supported in the Listing Recommendation API, but are not yet supported by the Trading API.

For a Title listing recommendation, the FieldName value will be 'Title' for any of the three use cases - missing keywords, missing Item Specifics, or inaccurate keywords. Upon getting a Title recommendation, the seller may consider the Title recommendation (adding keywords, adding Item Specifics, removing inaccurate keywords) the next time they list a similar item.

For an FnF listing recommendation, either one or two recommendation containers will be returned, based on whether a listing needs fast handling (same-day handling or handling time of 1 day), at least one free shipping service, or both. These two fieldName values are described below:
  • shipsWithinDays: this fieldName value is returned if the seller needs to implement fast handling (same-day handling or a handling time of 1 day). To implement fast handling, the seller will perform a ReviseItem/ReviseFixedPriceItem call, passing a value of '0' or '1' into the DispatchTimeMax field.
  • shippingServiceCost: this fieldName value is returned if the seller needs to offer a free shipping service option in the listing. To add a free shipping service option, the seller will perform a ReviseItem/ReviseFixedPriceItem call, passing in one or more ShippingDetails.ShippingServiceOptions containers where the shipping service is free (ShippingServiceOptions.FreeShipping boolean value set to 'true').


This FieldName field is always returned with each Recommendation container.
Max length: 256.
ListingRecommendations
  .Recommendation.Group
string Conditionally This value indicates the group that a specific listing recommendation belongs to. There may be multiple groups for each listing recommendation type. For example, two groups of the eTRS listing recommendation type are 'SHIPPING' and 'RETURNS'.
Max length: 256.
ListingRecommendations
  .Recommendation.Message
string Conditionally This textual message is the detailed description of a specific action that a seller can take to improve the quality of the listing, or bring it up to Picture or eTRS standards. For some recommendations, the fields may be revised on an active listing through a ReviseItem or ReviseFixedPriceItem call of the Trading API. For other recommendations, it may not be possible to revise the fields on an active listing.

This field is returned in the Recommendation container when available/applicable.
Max length: 4000.
ListingRecommendations
  .Recommendation.Metadata
MetadataType Conditionally,
repeatable: [0..*]
This container contains price guidance information, which includes the minimum and maximum recommended prices for the item, which are based on recent sales of similar items. This container is only returned for price recommendations and when the pricing data is available.

A Metadata container is returned for each price guidance parameter that is applicable/available for the pricing recommendation.
ListingRecommendations
  .Recommendation.Metadata.Name
string Conditionally The name of the price guidance parameter is returned in this field. Any of the following price guidance parameters may be returned in a Metadata container:
  • AppliesTo: this parameter indicates the type of listing that the MaxRecommendedValue and MinRecommendedValue values pertain to. The corresponding value values that can be returned with the AppliesTo parameter is 'Auction' and 'FixedPrice'.
  • Currency: this parameter indicates the type of currency being used for the MaxRecommendedValue and MinRecommendedValue values. The currency values (returned in corresponding value field) are based on the currency codes defined in the ISO 4217 - Currency Codes standard.
  • MaxRecommendedValue: this parameter indicates the upper end of the recommended price range for the item. Based on the recent sales of similar items, eBay recommends a price range through the MaxRecommendedValue and MinRecommendedValue parameters. A dollar value is returned in the corresponding value field.
  • MinRecommendedValue: this parameter indicates the lower end of the recommended price range for the item. Based on the recent sales of similar items, eBay recommends a price range through the MaxRecommendedValue and MinRecommendedValue parameters. A dollar value is returned in the corresponding value field.
  • SimilarItems: this parameter and its corresponding value values indicates which eBay item listings were used to determine the MinRecommendedValue and MaxRecommendedValue values. The values returned in the value fields are Item IDs.
ListingRecommendations
  .Recommendation.Metadata.Value
string Conditionally,
repeatable: [0..*]
The corresponding value(s) for the price guidance parameter (returned in Name field of the same Metadata container. For the AppliesTo parameter, this value will either be 'Auction' or 'FixedPrice'. For the Currency parameter, this value will be a three-digit representation of a currency (as defined in the ISO 4217 - Currency Codes standard). For the MaxRecommendedValue and MinRecommendedValue parameters, this value will be a dollar value. For the SimilarItems parameters, this value will be an Item ID value, and it's possible that numerous Item IDs will be returned.
ListingRecommendations
  .Recommendation.Type
string Conditionally This value indicates the specific type of listing recommendation being provided to the seller. Possible values include the following:
  • eTRS - this recommendation type advises the seller that the listing is not meeting a specific Top-Rated listing requirement, such as same-day or 1-day handling or a 14-day (or longer) Money Back Return Policy;
  • ItemSpecifics - this recommendation type advises the seller that the listing is missing a required or recommended Item Specifics name/value pair;
  • Picture - this recommendation type advises the seller that a specific picture in the listing is not meeting a specific picture qualityrequirement;
  • Price - this recommendation type provides a recommended price and/or a recommended price range for auction and fixed-price listings. These price recommendation values are based on similar items that have recently sold on eBay. Along with pricing recommendations, a recommended listing format (auction vs. fixed-price) is also returned. This recommendation type is currently only supported on the US, UK, and DE sites;
  • Title - this recommendation type provides guidance on forming an effective listing title, and will suggest valuable keywords or recommended Item Specifics that the listing title is missing. This recommendation type will also call out keywords that do not accurately describe the item. The keywords or Item Specifics are called out in the response. This recommendation type is currently only supported on the US, UK, DE, and AU sites; and
  • FnF - this recommendation type advises the seller to offer expedited shipping for the item (same-day shipping or handling time of 1 day) and/or offer at least one free shipping service option.

Max length: 128.
ListingRecommendations
  .Recommendation.Value
string Conditionally,
repeatable: [0..*]
The Value field is only applicable for ItemSpecifics, Pricing, and Title listing recommendation types, and it is only returned for these recommendation types.

For the ItemSpecifics recommendation type, the value in the Value field is a recommended value for the recommended Item Specific name found in the Recommendation.FieldName field. Each Item Specific name can have more than one recommended value, so it is possible to have multiple Recommendation.Value fields for that recommendation. It is also possible that a recommended Item Specific name will have no recommended values, hence no Recommendation.FieldName values are returned.

For the Pricing recommendation type, the value in the Value field is either:
  • a recommended value for the starting bid price (if Recommendation.FieldName value is 'StartPrice');
  • a recommended value for a fixed-price item (if Recommendation.FieldName value is 'BuyItNowPrice'); or
  • a recommended value for the listing type (if Recommendation.FieldName value is 'ListingType').
For the Title recommendation type, the value in the value field is either:
  • a recommended keyword to include in the listing Title (if Recommendation.Code value is 'RECOMMENDED_FIELD_VALUE_MISSING');
  • a recommended keyword to remove (to maintain accuracy) in the listing Title (if Recommendation.Code value is 'RECOMMENDED_FIELD_VALUE_TO_REMOVE');
  • a recommended Item Specific to include in the listing Title (if Recommendation.Code value is 'FIELD_VALUE_RECOMMENDATION');
Each Title recommendation can have more than one keyword or Item Specific value, so it is possible to have multiple Recommendation.Value fields for that recommendation.
Max length: 128.
ProductSuggestions ProductSuggestionsType Conditionally Provides a list of products recommended by eBay which match the item information provided by the seller.
ProductSuggestions
  .ProductSuggestion
ProductSuggestionType Conditionally,
repeatable: [0..*]
Contains details for one or more individual product suggestions. The product details include the EPID, Title, Stock photo url and whether or not the product is an exact match for the submitted item. This product information can be used to list subsequent items.
ProductSuggestions
  .ProductSuggestion.EPID
string Conditionally The product reference Id of the product The eBay Product ID, a global reference ID for an eBay catalog product. The ePID is a fixed reference to a product (regardless of version).
ProductSuggestions
  .ProductSuggestion.Recommended
boolean Conditionally If true, indicates that the product is an exact match, suitable for listing the item.
ProductSuggestions
  .ProductSuggestion.StockPhoto
string Conditionally Fully qualified URL for a stock image (if any) that is associated with the eBay catalog product. The URL is for the image eBay usually displays in product search results (usually 70px tall). It may be helpful to calculate the dimensions of the photo programmatically before displaying it.
ProductSuggestions
  .ProductSuggestion.Title
string Conditionally The title of the product from the eBay catalog.
Max length: 80.
SKU SKUType (string) Conditionally The seller-defined SKU value for the new listing (if a SKU value exists for the item).

Note that variation-level SKU values will not be returned if a multiple-variation listing was relisted. The seller would have to make a GetItem call to get variation-level SKU values.
StartTime dateTime Always This timestamp indicates the date and time when the relisted item became active on the eBay site.
Standard Output Fields  
Ack AckCodeType Always A token representing the application-level acknowledgement code that indicates the response status (e.g., success). The AckCodeType list specifies the possible values for the Ack field.

Applicable values:

CustomCode
Reserved for internal or future use.
Failure
This value indicates that the call request processing failed.
Success
This value indicates that the call request was processed successfully without any issues.
Warning
This value indicates that the call request was successful, but processing was not without any issues. These issues can be checked in the Errors container, that will also be returned when one or more known issues occur with the call request.

(Not all values in AckCodeType apply to this field.)

Code so that your app gracefully handles any future changes to this list.
Build string Always This refers to the specific software build that eBay used when processing the request and generating the response. This includes the version number plus additional information. eBay Developer Support may request the build information when helping you resolve technical issues.
CorrelationID string Conditionally Most Trading API calls support a MessageID element in the request and a CorrelationID element in the response. If you pass in a MessageID in a request, the same value will be returned in the CorrelationID field in the response. Pairing these values can help you track and confirm that a response is returned for every request and to match specific responses to specific requests. If you do not pass a MessageID value in the request, CorrelationID is not returned.

Note: GetCategories is designed to retrieve very large sets of metadata that change once a day or less often. To improve performance, these calls return cached responses when you request all available data (with no filters). When this occurs, the MessageID and CorrelationID fields aren't applicable. However, if you specify an input filter to reduce the amount of data returned, the calls retrieve the latest data (not cached). When this occurs, MessageID and CorrelationID are applicable.
DuplicateInvocationDetails DuplicateInvocationDetailsType Conditionally Information that explains a failure due to a duplicate InvocationID being passed in.
Errors ErrorType Conditionally,
repeatable: [0..*]
A list of application-level errors (if any) that occurred when eBay processed the request.

See Error Handling.

Errors.ErrorClassification ErrorClassificationCodeType Conditionally API errors are divided between two classes: system errors and request errors.

Applicable values:

CustomCode
Reserved for internal or future use.
RequestError
An error has occurred either as a result of a problem in the sending application or because the application's end-user has attempted to submit invalid data (or missing data). In these cases, do not retry the request. The problem must be corrected before the request can be made again. If the problem is due to something in the application (such as a missing required field), the application must be changed. If the problem is a result of end-user data, the application must alert the end-user to the problem and provide the means for the end-user to correct the data. Once the problem in the application or data is resolved, resend the request to eBay with the corrected data.
SystemError
Indicates that an error has occurred on the eBay system side, such as a database or server down. An application can retry the request as-is a reasonable number of times (eBay recommends twice). If the error persists, contact Developer Technical Support. Once the problem has been resolved, the request may be resent in its original form.

Code so that your app gracefully handles any future changes to this list.
Errors.ErrorCode token Conditionally A unique code that identifies the particular error condition that occurred. Your application can use error codes as identifiers in your customized error-handling algorithms. See the "Errors by Number" document.
Errors.ErrorParameters ErrorParameterType Conditionally,
repeatable: [0..*]
This optional element carries a list of context-specific error variables that indicate details about the error condition. These are useful when multiple instances of ErrorType are returned.
Errors.ErrorParameters
  [ attribute ParamID ]
string Conditionally This optional element carries a list of context-specific error variables that indicate details about the error condition. These are useful when multiple instances of ErrorType are returned.
Errors.ErrorParameters.Value string Conditionally This is the value of the request parameter noted in the ParamID attribute. So, if the ParamID value was ItemID, the value in this field would be the actual value of that ItemID.
Errors.LongMessage string Conditionally A more detailed description of the condition that raised the error.
Errors.SeverityCode SeverityCodeType Conditionally Indicates whether the error is a severe error (causing the request to fail) or an informational error (a warning) that should be communicated to the user.

Applicable values:

CustomCode
Reserved for internal or future use.
Error
The request that triggered the error was not processed successfully. When a serious application-level error occurs, the error is returned instead of the business data.

If the source of the problem is within the application (such as a missing required element), change the application before you retry the request.
  • If the problem is due to end-user input data, please alert the end-user to the problem and provide the means for them to correct the data. Once the problem in the application or data is resolved, you can attempt to re-send the request to eBay.
  • If the source of the problem is on eBay's side, An application can retry the request as-is a reasonable number of times (eBay recommends twice). If the error persists, contact Developer Technical Support. Once the problem has been resolved, the request may be resent in its original form.


See the Compatible Application Check section of the eBay Features Guide for more information.
Warning
The request was processed successfully, but something occurred that may affect your application or the user. For example, eBay may have changed a value the user sent in. In this case, eBay returns a normal, successful response and also returns the warning.

When a warning occurs, the error is returned in addition to the business data. In this case, you do not need to retry the request (as the original request was successful). However, depending on the cause or nature of the warning, you might need to contact either the end user or eBay to effect a long term solution to the problem to prevent it from reoccurring in the future.

Code so that your app gracefully handles any future changes to this list.
Errors.ShortMessage string Conditionally A brief description of the condition that raised the error.
HardExpirationWarning string Conditionally Expiration date of the user's authentication token. Only returned within the 7-day period prior to a token's expiration. To ensure that user authentication tokens are secure and to help avoid a user's token being compromised, tokens have a limited life span. A token is only valid for a period of time (set by eBay). After this amount of time has passed, the token expires and must be replaced with a new token.
Message string Conditionally Supplemental information from eBay, if applicable. May elaborate on errors (such as how a listing violates eBay policies) or provide useful hints that may help a seller increase sales. This data can accompany the call's normal data result set or a result set that contains only errors.

Applications must recognize when the Message field is returned and provide a means to display the listing hints and error message explanations to the user.

The string can return HTML, including TABLE, IMG, and HREF elements. In this case, an HTML-based application should be able to include the HTML as-is in the HTML page that displays the results. A non-HTML application would need to parse the HTML and convert the table elements and image references into UI elements particular to the programming language used. As usual for string data types, the HTML markup elements are escaped with character entity references (e.g.,<table><tr>...).

See Standard Data for All Calls.

Timestamp dateTime Always This value represents the date and time when eBay processed the request. The time zone of this value is GMT and the format is the ISO 8601 date and time format (YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS.SSSZ). See the Time Values section in the eBay Features Guide for information about this time format and converting to and from the GMT time zone.

Note: GetCategories and other Trading API calls are designed to retrieve very large sets of metadata that change once a day or less often. To improve performance, these calls return cached responses when you request all available data (with no filters). When this occurs, this time value reflects the time the cached response was created. Thus, this value is not necessarily when the request was processed. However, if you specify an input filter to reduce the amount of data returned, the calls retrieve the latest data (not cached). When this occurs, this time value does reflect when the request was processed.
Version string Always The version of the response payload schema. Indicates the version of the schema that eBay used to process the request. See the Standard Data for All Calls section in the eBay Features Guide for information on using the response version when troubleshooting CustomCode values that appear in the response.



Samples

New to making API calls? Please see Making a Call.

Note: Some item IDs, user IDs, or other data in these samples might no longer be active on eBay. If necessary, you can substitute current eBay data in your requests.

Sample: Basic Call

Defines and lists items that the Seller wants to relist on the eBay site with the Large Merchant Services solution. This sample represents a data file that you will zip and then upload using the Bulk Data Exchange Service and the File Transfer Service.

Description

User megaonlinemerchant wants to relist men's basketball shoes that didn't sell the first time they were listed on the eBay US site. She creates this data file using either the SKU number (if the item had InventoryTrackingMethod set to SKU) or the ItemID. She only has to include the SKU information or ItemID. All of the other data will be re-posted from the original listing.

After uploading this data file, megaonlinemerchant can use the Bulk Data Exchange startDownloadJob ActiveInventoryReport command to generate a list of her active listings and see if the item(s) in her data file were relisted correctly. Alternately, she can use the eBay Trading API GetItem call with the ItemID returned in the RelistFixedPriceItem response to confirm that the items exist on the eBay site.

Input

The fields in the following RelistFixedPriceItem request sample are included to represent two listings within a data file from megaonlinemerchant's inventory. In a single data file, you can include thousands of listings per request type, but it is a good practice to include just a few items until you are sure that your request is working correctly.

XML format.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<BulkDataExchangeRequests xmlns="urn:ebay:apis:eBLBaseComponents">
  <Header>
    <Version>583</Version>
    <SiteID>0</SiteID>
  </Header>

  <RelistFixedPriceItemRequest xmlns="urn:ebay:apis:eBLBaseComponents">
    <ErrorLanguage>en_US</ErrorLanguage>
    <Version>583</Version>
    <Item>
        <CategoryMappingAllowed>true</CategoryMappingAllowed>
        <InventoryTrackingMethod>SKU</InventoryTrackingMethod>
        <SKU>1122334455-14</SKU>
      </Item>
  </RelistFixedPriceItemRequest>
    
  <RelistFixedPriceItemRequest xmlns="urn:ebay:apis:eBLBaseComponents">
      <ErrorLanguage>en_US</ErrorLanguage>
      <WarningLevel>High</WarningLevel>
      <Version>583</Version>
      <Item>
        <CategoryMappingAllowed>true</CategoryMappingAllowed>
        <ItemID>110036629692</ItemID>
      </Item>
  </RelistFixedPriceItemRequest>
</BulkDataExchangeRequests>

Output

The response includes the ItemID or SKU and the list of fees associated with relisting megaonlinemerchant's items. The listing fees are the total fees incurred prior to selling the item. The response is returned as a .zip file, with a separate response for each item in the request file.

XML format.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<BulkDataExchangeResponses xmlns="urn:ebay:apis:eBLBaseComponents">
<ReviseFixedPriceItemResponse xmlns="urn:ebay:apis:eBLBaseComponents">
   <Timestamp>2008-11-21T00:19:46.615Z</Timestamp>
   <Ack>Success</Ack>
   <Version>583</Version>
   <Build>e583_core_API_7225127_R1</Build>
   <ItemID>110036629691</ItemID>
   <SKU>1122334455-14</SKU>
   <StartTime>2008-11-21T00:06:46.000Z</StartTime>
   <EndTime>2008-12-21T00:06:46.000Z</EndTime>
   <Fees>
    <Fee>
     <Name>AuctionLengthFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>BoldFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>BuyItNowFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>CategoryFeaturedFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>FeaturedFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>GalleryPlusFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>FeaturedGalleryFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>FixedPriceDurationFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>GalleryFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>GiftIconFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>HighLightFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>InsertionFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>InternationalInsertionFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>ListingDesignerFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>ListingFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>PhotoDisplayFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>PhotoFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>ReserveFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>SchedulingFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>SubtitleFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>BorderFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>ProPackBundleFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>BasicUpgradePackBundleFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>ValuePackBundleFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>PrivateListingFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>ExtendedDurationFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>ProPackPlusBundleFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>MotorsGermanySearchFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
   </Fees>
  </ReviseFixedPriceItemResponse>
<ReviseFixedPriceItemResponse xmlns="urn:ebay:apis:eBLBaseComponents">
   <Timestamp>2008-11-21T00:19:47.459Z</Timestamp>
   <Ack>Success</Ack>
   <Version>583</Version>
   <Build>e583_core_API_7225127_R1</Build>
   <ItemID>110036629692</ItemID>
   <SKU>1122334455-15</SKU>
   <StartTime>2008-11-21T00:06:47.000Z</StartTime>
   <EndTime>2008-12-21T00:06:47.000Z</EndTime>
   <Fees>
    <Fee>
     <Name>AuctionLengthFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>BoldFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>BuyItNowFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>CategoryFeaturedFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>FeaturedFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>GalleryPlusFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>FeaturedGalleryFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>FixedPriceDurationFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>GalleryFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>GiftIconFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>HighLightFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>InsertionFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>InternationalInsertionFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>ListingDesignerFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>ListingFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>PhotoDisplayFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>PhotoFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>ReserveFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>SchedulingFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>SubtitleFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>BorderFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>ProPackBundleFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>BasicUpgradePackBundleFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>ValuePackBundleFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>PrivateListingFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>ExtendedDurationFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>ProPackPlusBundleFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
    <Fee>
     <Name>MotorsGermanySearchFee</Name>
     <Fee currencyID="USD">0.0</Fee>
    </Fee>
   </Fees>
  </ReviseFixedPriceItemResponse>
</BulkDataExchangeResponses>



Change History

Change Date Description
589
2008-11-29
  • (added) New call.