Types that use EbayOfferDetailsWithId
Not used by any types.
Call that uses EbayOfferDetailsWithId
1or more in order for the inventory item to be purchasable. This value should not be more than the quantity that is specified for the inventory item record. For auction listings, this value must be
If this field exists for the current unpublished or published offer, it should be provided again in the updateOffer call, even if the value is not changing. If this particular field is omitted in an updateOffer call, the general available quantity set for the inventory item record may be used instead, and this may not be accurate if the inventory item is being sold across multiple marketplaces.
If this field exists for the current unpublished offer, it should be provided again in the updateOffer call, even if the eBay category is not changing. For a published offer (aka active eBay listing), this field must be provided or an error may occur. The eBay category of an active eBay listing cannot be changed once the listing has one or more sales, or if the listing is scheduled to end in less than 12 hours.
trueif the seller wishes to update a published or unpublished offer with the private listing feature. Alternatively, the seller could also remove the private listing feature (if already set for a published or unpublished offer) by including this field and setting it to
Sellers may want to use this option when they believe that a listing's potential bidders/buyers would not want their obfuscated user IDs (and feedback scores) exposed to other users.
trueindicates the listing corresponds to the eBay product associated with the provided product identifier. The product identifier is provided in createOrReplaceInventoryItem.
Note: Though the includeCatalogProductDetails parameter is not required to be submitted in the request, the parameter defaults to 'true' if omitted.
HTML tags and markup can be used in listing descriptions, but each character counts toward the max length limit.
Note: To ensure that their short listing description is optimized when viewed on mobile devices, sellers should strongly consider using eBay's View Item description summary feature when listing their items. Keep in mind that the 'short' listing description is what prospective buyers first see when they view the listing on a mobile device. The 'full' listing description is also available to mobile users when they click on the short listing description, but the full description is not automatically optimized for viewing in mobile devices, and many users won't even drill down to the full description.
Using HTML div and span tag attributes, this feature allows sellers to customize and fully control the short listing description that is displayed to prospective buyers when viewing the listing on a mobile device. The short listing description on mobile devices is limited to 800 characters, and whenever the full listing description (provided in this field, in UI, or seller tool) exceeds this limit, eBay uses a special algorithm to derive the best possible short listing description within the 800-character limit. However, due to some short listing description content being removed, it is definitely not ideal for the seller, and could lead to a bad buyer experience and possibly to a Significantly not as described (SNAD) case, since the buyer may not get complete details on the item when viewing the short listing description. See the eBay help page for more details on using the HTML div and span tags.
If this field exists for the current unpublished offer, it should be provided again in the updateOffer call, even if the text is not changing. For a published offer (aka active eBay listing), this field must be provided or an error may occur.
Max length: 500000 (which includes HTML markup/tags)
GTC, but auction listings support different listing durations.
The GTC (Good 'Til Cancelled) listings are automatically renewed each calendar month until the seller decides to end the listing.
Note: If the listing duration expires for an auction offer without a winning bidder, the listing then becomes available as a fixed-price offer and listing duration will be
This container is required for updating published offers, regardless of whether or not the business policies are being changed. For an unpublished offer, this field is not necessarily required, but will be required before an offer can be published.
It is required that the seller be opted in to Business Policies before being able to create live eBay listings through the Inventory API. Sellers can opt-in to Business Policies through My eBay or by using the Account API's optInToProgram call. Similarly, payment, return, and fulfillment business policies may be created/managed in My eBay or by using the business policy calls of the Account API.
For example: 2023-05-30T19:08:00Z.
This field is optional, and it doesn't apply to offers where the corresponding listing is already active. If this field is not provided, the listing starts immediately after a successful publishOffer method.
This field is not initially required upon first creating an offer, but will become required before an offer can be published.
Max length: 36
This container is required for updating published offers, regardless of whether or not the pricing information is being changed or not. For an unpublished offer, this container is not necessarily required, but an offer price will be required before an offer can be published, and if a pricingSummary container already exists for an unpublished offer, it must be provided again, even if the values are not changing.
5, each buyer may purchase between one to five of these products, and the purchases can occur in one multiple-quantity purchase, or over multiple transactions. If a buyer attempts to purchase one or more of these products, and the cumulative quantity will take the buyer beyond the quantity limit, that buyer will be blocked from that purchase.
If this field currently exists for an unpublished or published offer, it should be provided again in an updateOffer call, even if the value is not changing.
Note: You cannot list US eBay Motors vehicles in two categories. However, you can list Parts & Accessories in two categories.
If this field currently exists for an unpublished or published offer, it should be provided again in an updateOffer call, even if the eBay categories are not changing.
true, but a buyer's purchase will not involve sales tax. A sales tax rate must be set up in the seller's sales tax table for the buyer's state/tax jurisdiction in order for that buyer to be subject to sales tax. Sales tax rates for different jurisdictions can be added/modified in the Payment Preferences section of My eBay, or the seller can use the sales tax calls of the Account API.
If tax information currently exists for an unpublished or published offer, it should be provided again in an updateOffer call, even if none of the tax settings are changing.
See the Using a tax table help page for more information on setting up and using a sales tax table.