This article will help you learn about how Daasity replicates data from the Inventory section of the Amazon Selling Partner Reports API, limitations to the data we can extract and where the data is stored in the Amazon Seller Central schema
Click on the links below to take you to the section where you can learn more about this Integration:
- Integration Overview
- Integration Availability
- API Endpoints
- Entity Relationship Diagram
- Amazon Seller Central Schema
- Related Resources
The Daasity Amazon Seller Central integrations utilize the Selling Partner API (SP-API) which is a REST-based API that helps Amazon selling partners programmatically access their data on orders, shipments, payments, and more.
This integration is available for:
- Pro V2
NOTE: You are considered V2 if...
- Your account says Pro V2 in the Daasity App
Not sure? Reach out to Support@Daasity.com
The Daasity Amazon Seller Central - Reports API - Inventory extractor is built based on this Amazon Seller Central API documentation. The following endpoints are used by Daasity to replicate data from Amazon Seller Central:
Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD)
The embedded diagram houses the ERD for the Daasity Amazon Seller Central - Reports API - Inventory integration illustrating the different tables and keys to join across tables. Hover over the embedded diagram to reveal controls to zoom and scroll.
Amazon Seller Central Schema
The Reports API will generate files in one of three formats (CSV, XML and JSON). A report might vary slightly for each Seller Central account and thus Daasity will dynamically create the table based on the file extracted from Amazon. Thus each table will be a direct mapping from the file output to the table with no transformation.
All Listings Report
- This report provides data on all the products you have listed on Amazon and includes details about each listing, including condition, item-note, and BMVD (Book, Music, Video and DVD) shipping setting
- Endpoint: Inventory Reports
- Update Method: UPSERT
- Table Name:
- Can only be extracted every 24 hours.
- Amazon updates data daily.
- Amazon puts restrictions on pulling historical reports, which can take a prolonged period of time.
- To learn more about requesting historical reports, reach out to Support@Daasity.com