inventory APIv1.5.0

getInventoryItems

GET
/inventory_item
This call retrieves all inventory item records defined for the seller's account. The limit query parameter allows the seller to control how many records are returned per page, and the offset query parameter is used to retrieve a specific page of records. The seller can make multiple calls to scan through multiple pages of records. There is no request payload for this call.

The authorization header is the only required HTTP header for this call, and it is required for all Inventory API calls. See the HTTP request headers section for more information.

Input

Resource URI (production)

GET https://api.ebay.com/sell/inventory/v1/inventory_item?

URI parameters

ParameterTypeDescription
offsetstringThe value passed in this query parameter sets the page number to retrieve. The first page of records has a value of 0, the second page of records has a value of 1, and so on. If this query parameter is not set, its value defaults to 0, and the first page of records is returned.

Occurrence: Optional

limitstringThe value passed in this query parameter sets the maximum number of records to return per page of data. Although this field is a string, the value passed in this field should be an integer from 1 to 100. If this query parameter is not set, up to 100 records will be returned on each page of results.

Min: 1, Max: 100

Occurrence: Optional

HTTP request headers

All requests made to eBay REST operations require you to provide the authorization HTTP header for authentication.

OAuth scope

This request requires a User access token with the following scope(s):

https://api.ebay.com/oauth/api_scope/sell.inventory.readonly

https://api.ebay.com/oauth/api_scope/sell.inventory

See Oauth access tokens for more information.

Output

HTTP response headers

Output container/fieldTypeDescription
hrefstringThis is the URL to the current page of inventory items.

Occurrence: Always

inventoryItemsarray of InventoryItemThis container is an array of one or more inventory items, with detailed information on each inventory item.

Occurrence: Always

inventoryItems.availabilityAvailabilityThis container is used to specify the quantity of the inventory item that are available for purchase.

This container is optional up until the seller is ready to publish an offer with the SKU, at which time it becomes required. Availability data must also be passed if an inventory item is being updated and availability data already exists for that inventory item.

Since an inventory item must have specified quantity before being published in an offer, this container is always returned in the 'Get' calls for SKUs that are part of a published offer. If a SKU is not part of a published offer, this container will only be returned if set for the inventory item.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.availability.pickupAtLocationAvailabilityarray of PickupAtLocationAvailabilityThis container consists of an array of one or more of the merchant's physical store locations where the inventory item is available for In-Store Pickup orders. The merchant's location, the quantity available, and the fulfillment time (how soon the item will be ready for pickup after the order takes place) are all in this container. In-Store Pickup is only available to large merchants selling on the US, UK, Germany, and Australia sites.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.availability.pickupAtLocationAvailability.availabilityTypeAvailabilityTypeEnumThe enumeration value in this field indicates the availability status of the inventory item at the merchant's physical store specified by the pickupAtLocationAvailability.merchantLocationKey field. This field is required if the pickupAtLocationAvailability container is used, and is always returned with the pickupAtLocationAvailability container.

See AvailabilityTypeEnum for more information about how/when you use each enumeration value.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.availability.pickupAtLocationAvailability.fulfillmentTimeTimeDurationThis container is used to indicate how soon an In-Store Pickup order will be available for pickup by the buyer after the order takes place. This container is required if the pickupAtLocationAvailability container is used, and is always returned with the pickupAtLocationAvailability container.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.availability.pickupAtLocationAvailability.fulfillmentTime.unitTimeDurationUnitEnumThis enumeration value indicates the time unit used to specify the fulfillment time, such as HOUR.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.availability.pickupAtLocationAvailability.fulfillmentTime.valueintegerThe integer value in this field, along with the time unit in the unit field, will indicate how soon after an In-Store Pickup purchase can the buyer pick up the item at the designated store location. If the value of this field is 4, and the value of the unit field is HOUR, then the fulfillment time for the In-Store Pickup order is four hours, which means that the buyer will be able to pick up the item at the store four hours after the transaction took place.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.availability.pickupAtLocationAvailability.merchantLocationKeystringThe unique identifier of a merchant's store where the In-Store Pickup inventory item is currently located, or where inventory will be sent to. If the merchant's store is currently awaiting for inventory, the availabilityType value should be SHIP_TO_STORE. This field is required if the pickupAtLocationAvailability container is used, and is always returned with the pickupAtLocationAvailability container.

Max length: 36

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.availability.pickupAtLocationAvailability.quantityintegerThis integer value indicates the quantity of the inventory item that is available for In-Store Pickup at the store identified by the merchantLocationKey value. The value of quantity should be an integer value greater than 0, unless the inventory item is out of stock. This field is required if the pickupAtLocationAvailability container is used, and is always returned with the pickupAtLocationAvailability container.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.availability.shipToLocationAvailabilityShipToLocationAvailabilityThis container specifies the quantity of the inventory item that are available for purchase across one or more eBay marketplaces.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.availability.shipToLocationAvailability.quantityintegerThis container is used to set the total 'ship-to-home' quantity of the inventory item that will be available for purchase through one or more published offers. This container is not immediately required, but 'ship-to-home' quantity must be set before an offer of the inventory item can be published.

If an existing inventory item is being updated, and the 'ship-to-home' quantity already exists for the inventory item record, this container should be included again, even if the value is not changing, or the available quantity data will be lost.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.conditionConditionEnumThis enumeration value indicates the condition of the inventory item. Supported item condition values will vary by eBay site and category. To see which item condition values that a particular eBay category supports, use the getItemConditionPolicies call of the Metadata API, passing in the category ID as a query parameter. The proper syntax to use can be found on the getItemConditionPolicies Call Reference page. The supported item conditions will be returned under the itemConditions container of the getItemConditionPolicies response. The itemConditions container will consist of conditionId and conditionDescription values. The conditionId values must be matched to the enumeration values defined in the ConditionEnum type. See this type document for the mapping information, as one of the values in this type must be specified in the condition field.

This field is optional up until the seller is ready to publish an offer with the SKU, at which time it becomes required.

Since the condition of an inventory item must be specified before being published in an offer, this field is always returned in the 'Get' calls for SKUs that are part of a published offer. If a SKU is not part of a published offer, this container will only be returned if set for the inventory item.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.conditionDescriptionstringThis string field is used by the seller to more clearly describe the condition of a used inventory item, or an inventory item whose condition value is not NEW, LIKE_NEW, NEW_OTHER, or NEW_WITH_DEFECTS.

The conditionDescription field is available for all eBay categories. If the conditionDescription field is used with an item in one of the new conditions (mentioned in previous paragraph), 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. It should not be used for branding, promotions, shipping, returns, payment or other information unrelated to the condition of the used item. Make sure that the condition value, condition description, listing description, and the item's pictures do not contradict one another.

This field is not always required, but is required if an inventory item is being updated and a condition description already exists for that inventory item.

This field is returned in the getInventoryItem and getInventoryItems calls if a condition description was provided for a used inventory item.

Max Length: 1000.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.packageWeightAndSizePackageWeightAndSizeThis container is used if the seller is offering one or more calculated shipping options for the inventory item, or if the seller is offering flat-rate shipping but is including a shipping surcharge based on the item's weight. This container is used to specify the dimensions and weight of a shipping package.

This container is not always required, but is required if an inventory item is being updated and shipping package data already exists for that inventory item.

This container is returned in the getInventoryItem and getInventoryItems calls if package type, package weight, and/or package dimensions are specified for an inventory item.

See the Calculated shipping help page for more information on calculated shipping.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.packageWeightAndSize.dimensionsDimensionThis container is used to indicate the length, width, and height of the shipping package that will be used to ship the inventory item. The dimensions of a shipping package are needed when calculated shipping is used.

This container will be returned if package dimensions are set for the inventory item.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.packageWeightAndSize.dimensions.heightnumberThe actual height (in the measurement unit specified in the unit field) of the shipping package. All fields of the dimensions container are required if package dimensions are specified.

If a shipping package measured 21.5 inches in length, 15.0 inches in width, and 12.0 inches in height, the dimensions container would look as follows:
"dimensions": {
"length": 21.5,
"width": 15.0,
"height": 12.0,
"unit": "INCH"
}

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.packageWeightAndSize.dimensions.lengthnumberThe actual length (in the measurement unit specified in the unit field) of the shipping package. All fields of the dimensions container are required if package dimensions are specified.

If a shipping package measured 21.5 inches in length, 15.0 inches in width, and 12.0 inches in height, the dimensions container would look as follows:
"dimensions": {
"length": 21.5,
"width": 15.0,
"height": 12.0,
"unit": "INCH"
}

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.packageWeightAndSize.dimensions.unitLengthUnitOfMeasureEnumThe unit of measurement used to specify the dimensions of a shipping package. All fields of the dimensions container are required if package dimensions are specified. If the English system of measurement is being used, the applicable values for dimension units are FEET and INCH. If the metric system of measurement is being used, the applicable values for weight units are METER and CENTIMETER. The metric system is used by most countries outside of the US.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.packageWeightAndSize.dimensions.widthnumberThe actual width (in the measurement unit specified in the unit field) of the shipping package. All fields of the dimensions container are required if package dimensions are specified.

If a shipping package measured 21.5 inches in length, 15.0 inches in width, and 12.0 inches in height, the dimensions container would look as follows:
"dimensions": {
"length": 21.5,
"width": 15.0,
"height": 12.0,
"unit": "INCH"
}

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.packageWeightAndSize.packageTypePackageTypeEnumThis enumeration value indicates the type of shipping package used to ship the inventory item. The supported values for this field can be found in the PackageTypeEnum type.

This field will be returned if the package type is set for the inventory item.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.packageWeightAndSize.weightWeightThis container is used to specify the weight of the shipping package that will be used to ship the inventory item. The weight of a shipping package are needed when calculated shipping is used, or if flat-rate shipping rates are used, but with a weight surcharge.

This field will be returned if package weight is set for the inventory item.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.packageWeightAndSize.weight.unitWeightUnitOfMeasureEnumThe unit of measurement used to specify the weight of a shipping package. Both the unit and value fields are required if the weight container is used. If the English system of measurement is being used, the applicable values for weight units are POUND and OUNCE. If the metric system of measurement is being used, the applicable values for weight units are KILOGRAM and GRAM. The metric system is used by most countries outside of the US.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.packageWeightAndSize.weight.valuenumberThe actual weight (in the measurement unit specified in the unit field) of the shipping package. Both the unit and value fields are required if the weight container is used. If a shipping package weighed 20.5 ounces, the container would look as follows:
"weight": {
"value": 20.5,
"unit": "OUNCE"
}

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.productProductThis container is used to define the product details, such as a Global Trade Identification Number (GTIN) such as an EAN, an ISBN, a UPC, or a Brand/Manufacturer Part Number pair, a product title, a product description, item specifics, and links to images for the product.

Many eBay categories require at least one product identifier (a GTIN or a Brand/MPN pair). To discover which product identifiers that an eBay category requires or supports, use the GetCategoryFeatures call in the Trading API. In the call request, include four FeatureID fields and set the values in those fields to EANEnabled, ISBNEnabled, UPCEnabled, and BrandMPNIdentifierEnabled. In the call response, look for these same field names under the Category node. The values returned in the EANEnabled, ISBNEnabled, UPCEnabled fields will either be Enabled (GTIN type is supported but not required), Required (GTIN type must be supplied for the inventory item), or Disabled (GTIN type is not supported for the category). The BrandMPNIdentifierEnabled is a boolean field, and a true value indicates that the seller must supply brand and mpn values. Ideally, if a GTIN type or Brand/MPN pair is required/supported and is known by the seller, these product identifiers should be supplied for the inventory item. In some cases, a product identifier type may be required, but not known/applicable for a product. If this is the case, the seller must still include the corresponding field in the inventory item record, but pass in a default text string. This text string can vary by site, so the seller should use the GeteBayDetails call of the Trading API to get this string value. In the GeteBayDetails call, the seller should include a DetailName field with its value set to ProductDetails. In the response of the call, the seller can see the default string value in the ProductDetails.ProductIdentifierUnavailableText field. The seller will use this value in one or more of the product identifier fields (ean, isbn, upc, or mpn) if a product ID isn't known or applicable. When the createOrReplaceInventoryItem call is processed, eBay will look for a product match in the eBay catalog, and if one is found, the product title, product description, item specifics, and a link to a product stock image will be picked up by the inventory item automatically.

This container is not initially required, but it is required before an inventory item can be published as an offer, and/or if an inventory item is being updated and product data already exists for that inventory item.

This container is always returned for published offers in the getInventoryItem and getInventoryItems calls since product data must be defined for published offers, but for unpublished inventory items, this container will only be returned if product details have been defined for the inventory item.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.product.aspectsobjectThis is an array of item specific pairs that provide more information about the product and might make it easier for buyers to find. To view popular/recommended item specifics names (and corresponding values) for a specific eBay category, sellers can use the GetCategorySpecifics call of the Trading API. Alternatively, sellers can view similar items on eBay.com in the same category to get an idea of what other sellers are using for item specifics.

Sellers also have the option of specifying a Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) or Brand/MPN pair through the product container when creating an inventory item, and if a product match is found in the eBay product catalog, item specifics that are defined for the eBay catalog product will automatically get picked up by the newly created/updated inventory item. The item specifics that are picked up will include any GTIN values or Brand/MPN pairs that were passed in.

Below is an example of the proper JSON syntax to use when manually inputting item specifics:

"aspects": {
"Brand": ["GoPro"],
"Storage Type": ["Removable"]
}

Note that inventory items that will become part of an inventory item group and multiple-variation listing should have the same attributes that are defined for the inventory item group.

This container will be returned if one or more item specific pairs are defined for the inventory item.

Max Length for Aspect Name: 40

Max Length for Aspect Value: 50

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.product.brandstringThe brand of the product. This field is paired with the MPN field to identify a motor vehicle part or accessory. This field is conditionally required if a Manufacturer Part Number (MPN) value will be used to identify a motor vehicle part or accessory. eBay will search for the motor vehicle part or accessory in the eBay product catalog, and if a match is found, the inventory item is automatically populated with available product details such as a title, a product description, item specifics (including the brand and MPN values), and a link to any stock image that exists for the catalog product.

This field is returned if defined for an inventory item. If a brand was passed in as an item specific name-value pair through the aspects array in a createOrReplaceInventoryItem call, this value is also picked up by the brand field.

Max Length: 65

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.product.descriptionstringThe description of the product. The description of an existing inventory item can be added or modified with a createOrReplaceInventoryItem call. The description of an inventory item is automatically populated if the seller specifies a Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) or Brand/MPN pair and a matching product is found in the eBay product catalog.

Note that this field is optional but recommended. If a listingDescription field is omitted when creating and publishing an single-variation offer, the text in this field will be used instead. If neither the product.description field for the inventory item nor the listingDescription field for the offer exist, the publishOffer call will fail. If the inventory item will be part of an inventory item group/multiple-variation listing, this field should definitely be used to specify how the corresponding product variation is different (e.g. This is the green, extra-large version of the shirt). However, in the case of an inventory item group, the text in the description field of the inventory item group will become the listing description of the actual eBay listing instead of the text in this field.

Basic HTML tags are supported, including the following tags:
  • <b>
  • <strong>
  • <br>
  • <ol>
  • <ul>
  • <li>
  • Table tags including <table>, <tr>, <td>, <th>, <thead>, <tfoot>, <tbody>, <caption>, <colgroup>, and <col>
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.

This field is returned if defined for an inventory item. If one of the GTIN types (e.g. UPC) was passed in when the inventory item was created/modified and a product match was found in the eBay catalog, product description is one of the details that gets picked up from the catalog product.

Max Length: 4000

Occurrence: Always

inventoryItems.product.imageUrlsarray of stringAn array of one or more links to images for the product. URLs must use the "HTTPS" protocol. Images can be self-hosted by the seller, or sellers can use the UploadSiteHostedPictures call of the Trading API to upload images to an eBay Picture Server. If successful, the response of the UploadSiteHostedPictures call will contain a full URL to the image on an eBay Picture Server. This is the URL that will be passed in through the imageUrls array. Before an offer can be published, at least one image must exist for the inventory item. Most eBay sites support up to 12 pictures free of charge, and eBay Motors listings can have up to 24 pictures.

A link to a stock image for a product may automatically be populated for an inventory item if the seller specifies a Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) or Brand/MPN pair and a matching product is found in the eBay product catalog.

This container will always be returned for an inventory item that is part of a published offer since a published offer will always have at least one picture, but this container will only be returned if defined for inventory items that are not a part of a published offer.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.product.mpnstringThe Manufacturer Part Number (MPN) of a motor vehicle part or accessory. This field is paired with the brand field to identify a motor vehicle part or accessory. This field is conditionally required if a Brand value will be used to identify a motor vehicle part or accessory. eBay will search for the motor vehicle part in the eBay product catalog, and if a match is found, the inventory item is automatically populated with available product details such as a title, a product description, item specifics (including the brand and MPN values), and a link to any stock image that exists for the catalog product.

This field is returned if defined for an inventory item. If an MPN was passed in as an item specific name-value pair through the aspects array in a createOrReplaceInventoryItem call, this value is also picked up by the mpn field.

Max Length: 65

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.product.subtitlestringA subtitle is an optional listing feature that allows the seller to provide more information about the product, possibly including keywords that may assist with search results. An additional listing fee will be charged to the seller if a subtitle is used. For more information on using listing subtitles on the US site, see the Adding a subtitle to your listings help page. The subtitle of an existing inventory item can added, modified, or removed with a createOrReplaceInventoryItem call.

Note that the same subtitle text should be used for each inventory item that will be part of an inventory item group, and ultimately become one product variation within a multiple-variation listing.

This field will only be returned if set for an inventory item.

Max Length: 55

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.product.titlestringThe title of an existing inventory item can be added or modified with a createOrReplaceInventoryItem call. Although not immediately required, a listing title will be needed before an offer with the inventory item is published. The title of an inventory item is automatically populated if the seller specifies a Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) or Brand/MPN pair and a matching product is found in the eBay product catalog. If the inventory item will become part of a single-variation offer, the text in this field will become the actual listing title for the published offer. However, if the inventory item will become part of a multiple-variation offer, the text in title field of the inventory item group entity will actually become the listing title for the published offer instead, although a title can still be provided for the inventory item, and it will actually become the title of the variation.

This field will always be returned for an inventory item that is part of a published offer since a published offer will always have a listing title, but this field will only be returned if defined for inventory items that are not a part of a published offer.

Max Length: 80

Occurrence: Always

inventoryItems.product.isbnarray of stringThe International Standard Book Number (ISBN) value for the product. This field can be used to identify a product. Based on its specified ISBN value, eBay will search for the product in the eBay product catalog, and if a match is found, the inventory item is automatically populated with available product details such as a title, a product description, item specifics (including the specified ISBN value), and a link to any stock image that exists for the catalog product.

This field is returned if defined for an inventory item. If an ISBN was passed in as an item specific name-value pair through the aspects array in a createOrReplaceInventoryItem call, this value is also picked up by the isbn field.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.product.upcarray of stringThe Universal Product Code (UPC) value for the product. This field can be used to identify a product. Based on its specified UPC value, eBay will search for the product in the eBay product catalog, and if a match is found, the inventory item is automatically populated with available product details such as a title, a product description, item specifics (including the specified UPC value), and a link to any stock image that exists for the catalog product.

This field is returned if defined for an inventory item. If a UPC was passed in as an item specific name-value pair through the aspects array in a createOrReplaceInventoryItem call, this value is also picked up by the upc field.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.product.eanarray of stringThe European Article Number/International Article Number (EAN) for the product. This field can be used to identify a product. Based on its specified EAN value, eBay will search for the product in the eBay product catalog, and if a match is found, the inventory item is automatically populated with available product details such as a title, a product description, item specifics (including the specified EAN value), and a link to any stock image that exists for the catalog product.

This field is returned if defined for an inventory item. If a EAN was passed in as an item specific name-value pair through the aspects array in a createOrReplaceInventoryItem call, this value is also picked up by the ean field.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.product.epidstringThe eBay Product Identifier (EPID) for the product. This field can be used to identify an eBay catalog product. Based on its specified EPID value, eBay will search for the product in the eBay product catalog, and if a match is found, the inventory item is automatically populated with available product details such as a title, a product description, item specifics (including the specified EAN value), and a link to any stock image that exists for the catalog product.

This field is returned if defined for an inventory item. If an EPID was passed in as an item specific name-value pair through the aspects array in a createOrReplaceInventoryItem call, this value is also picked up by the epid field.

Occurrence: Conditional

inventoryItems.skustringThe seller-defined Stock-Keeping Unit (SKU) of the inventory item. To list and manage eBay listings using the Inventory model, the seller must have a unique SKU value for every product that they sell on eBay.

Note: This field is only applicable for the getInventoryItem and getInventoryItems calls, and is not used by the createOrReplaceInventoryItem call. If a sku field is passed in to the request payload of a createOrReplaceInventoryItem call, it will be ignored. For a createOrReplaceInventoryItem call, the SKU value is passed in as part of the call URI.
Max Length: 50

Occurrence: Always

inventoryItems.groupIdsarray of stringThis value is the identifier of an inventory item group in which the corresponding inventory item is a member. This field is returned if an inventory item is associated with one or more inventory item groups. This field is not applicable to the createOrReplaceInventoryItem call.

Occurrence: Conditional

nextstringThis is the URL to the next page of inventory items. This field will only be returned if there are additional inventory items to view.

Occurrence: Conditional

limitintegerThis integer value is the the number of inventory items that will be displayed on each results page.

Occurrence: Always

prevstringThis is the URL to the previous page of inventory items. This field will only be returned if there are previous inventory items to view.

Occurrence: Conditional

sizeintegerThis integer value indicates the total number of pages of results that are available. This number will depend on the total number of inventory items available for viewing, and on the limit value.

Occurrence: Always

totalintegerThis integer value is the total number of inventory items that exist for the seller's account. Based on this number and on the limit value, the seller may have to toggle through multiple pages to view all inventory items.

Occurrence: Always

HTTP status codes

This call can return one of the following HTTP status codes. For an overview of the status codes, see HTTP status codes in Using eBay RESTful APIs.

StatusMeaning
200Success
400Bad Request
404Not Found
500Internal Server Error

Error codes

CodeDomainCategoryMeaning
25001API_INVENTORYAPPLICATIONA system error has occurred. {additionalInfo}
25706API_INVENTORYREQUESTYou have provided invalid pagination values. {additionalInfo}.
25709API_INVENTORYREQUESTInvalid value for {fieldName}.

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 1: Retrieving Multiple Inventory Items

This call will retrieve all inventory items associated with the seller's acount.

Input

By setting the limit query parameter to 2 and the offset query parameter to 0, the seller wants to limit the number of inventory items returned per page to two, and wants to view the first page of records.
GET
https://api.ebay.com/sell/inventory/v1/inventory_item?limit=2&offset=0

Output

The first two inventory item records associated with the seller's account are returned in the response. These inventory items have SKU values of GP-Cam-01 and GP-Cam-02. Both of these inventory items are in new condition, and both are only available through standard, ship-to-home fulfillment.

The nextPage field indicates the offset and limit value that would need to be used in the next getAllInventoryItems call to receive the next set of inventory item records.

The total value indicates that there are a total of 100 inventory item records associated with the seller's account, and the size value indicates that there are a total of 50 pages of inventory item records since the current entriesPerPage value is 2.