The Selling Partner API has a suite of APIs that can simplify your product listing experience:
Effective August 31, 2022, we will be adjusting the rates across select API operations within the Catalog Items API, Product Fees API, and Product Pricing API. These adjustments will lower the rates of the 1x1 APIs. We encourage you to call the equivalent batch APIs for use cases requiring a higher volume of data.
As a reminder, effective June 15, 2022, the
_LISTINGS_DEFECT_REPORT_XL_ reports will no longer be available in MWS or Selling Partner API. The replacement report
_GET_MERCHANTS_LISTINGS_FYP_REPORT_ is currently available in MWS and SP-API. Please plan to move to this new report prior to June 15, 2022 if you wish to continue to access data about your suppressed listings.
Updated May 20, 2022 for minor correction to report type category
MWS and SP-API experienced anomalies on the notifications platform and the
REPORT_PROCESSING_FINISHED notifications in the NA region may not have been delivered during 05/13 09:00 UTC to 05/13 12:15 UTC.
Developers with applications that use the Merchant Fulfillment API should be aware that DHL ship methods are now available to selling partners in the EU marketplace. Selling partners may contact developers for support to set up DHL ship methods for their Amazon business, especially for Seller Fulfilled Prime and Buy Shipping.
Effective today, May 2, 2022, we are changing the
_GET_FBA_MYI_UNSUPPRESSED_INVENTORY_DATA_ report types for the Spain, UK, France, Germany, and Italy marketplaces.
As of April 26, 2022, Amazon will introduce a new attribute called
software_update_supported_to_date across 49 Product Types and related XSDs in 8 European marketplaces. This is a new, optional attribute, representing the last date until which software updates will be supported by manufacturers for smart devices. The goal is to comply with the upcoming Omnibus Directive, under which product detail pages for Digital Goods must include details of the product’s functionality including applicable technical protection measures, its compatibility and its interoperability (“Functionality Information”).
Beginning April 25, 2022, we will introduce application authorization limits and restrict application listing on Amazon Seller Central Partner Network to public applications. These limits are dependent on the Developer’s data access type (public or private developer) which was selected in your Developer Profile.
Important Notice: Discontinued Support - LWA Tokens can no longer retrieve PII in Selling Partner API
Effective July 31, 2023, Developer applications must use the new access protocol via the Tokens API and Restricted Data Token (RDT) to make successful calls to retrieve Personally Identifiable Information (PII) in the Selling Partner API. Use of LWA tokens to try and retrieve this information will result in a failure. The operations listed below will require the use of RDT and will no longer accept LWA tokens. In addition, all operations and reports that vend PII, launched after July 31, 2023, will require the use of RDT and will not support LW tokens at launch.