eBay Merchant Data APIVersion 1179

MerchantDataVariationType

This type defines the details about one specific variation.

Types that use MerchantDataVariationType:

Calls that use MerchantDataVariationType:

Fields



Price ( AmountType (double) ) [0..1]
The fixed price of all items identified by this variation. For example, a "Blue, Large" variation price could be USD 10.00, and a "Black, Medium" variation price could be USD 5.00.

See the Field Index to learn which calls use Price.

Quantity ( int ) [0..1]
For ActiveInventoryReport: The number of items available for sale that are associated with this variation.

For SoldReport: The total number of items associated with the variation (including the quantity sold). To calculate the quantity available for sale, subtract the variation's QuantitySold from this value.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use Quantity.

Contains the variation's quantity sold. Always returned when variations are present.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use SellingStatus.

SKU ( SKUType (string) ) [0..1]
Stock Keeping Unit that serves as the seller's unique identifier for items within the same variation. You can use the variation's SKU instead of the variation specifics to revise a variation and to keep track of your eBay inventory.

Many merchants assign a SKU to an item of a specific type, size, and color. This way, they can keep track of how many products of each type, size, and color are selling, and they can re-stock their shelves or update the variation quantity on eBay according to customer demand.

Only returned if the seller specified a SKU for the variation.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use SKU.

VariationSpecifics ( NameValueListArrayType ) [0..1]
A list of name/value pairs that uniquely identify the variation within the listing. All variations specify the same set of names, and each variation provides a unique combination of values for those names. For example, if the items vary by color and size, then every variation specifies Color and Size as names, and no two variations specify the same combination of color and size values.

If a variation has no SKU, use the variation specifics as a unique ID to revise the variation and to keep track of your eBay inventory.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use VariationSpecifics.