@sp-api-sdk/catalog-items-api-2022-04-01
@sp-api-sdk/catalog-items-api-2022-04-01
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@sp-api-sdk/catalog-items-api-2022-04-01

@sp-api-sdk/catalog-items-api-2022-04-01

A modularized SDK library for Amazon Selling Partner API (fully typed in TypeScript)

by bizon

1.4.5 (see all)License:MITTypeScript:Built-In
npm i @sp-api-sdk/catalog-items-api-2022-04-01
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catalog-items-api-2022-04-01

The Selling Partner API for Catalog Items provides programmatic access to information about items in the Amazon catalog.

For more information, refer to the Catalog Items API Use Case Guide.

npm version XO code style

Documentation

Learn more about this Selling Partner API by visiting the official documentation.

Also, see the generated documentation for this API client.

Installing

yarn add @sp-api-sdk/catalog-items-api-2022-04-01
npm install @sp-api-sdk/catalog-items-api-2022-04-01

Getting Started

import {SellingPartnerApiAuth} from '@sp-api-sdk/auth'
import {CatalogItemsApiClient} from '@sp-api-sdk/catalog-items-api-2022-04-01'

const auth = new SellingPartnerApiAuth({
  clientId: process.env.LWA_CLIENT_ID,
  clientSecret: process.env.LWA_CLIENT_SECRET,
  refreshToken: 'Atzr|…',
  accessKeyId: '',
  secretAccessKey: '',
  role: {
    arn: 'arn:aws:iam::…',
  },
})

const client = new CatalogItemsApiClient({
  auth,
  region: 'eu',
})

Rate Limiting

In order to retry rate limited requests (HTTP 429), you can configure the API client as such:

const client = new CatalogItemsApiClient({
  auth,
  region: 'eu',
  rateLimiting: {
    retry: true,
    // Optionally specify a callback that will be called on every retry.
    onRetry: (retryInfo) => {
      console.log(retryInfo)
    },
  },
})

The rate limits used for each route are specified in the API documentation.

Logging

You can enable logging for both SP-API requests and responses by configuring the logging.request and logging.response properties.

const client = new CatalogItemsApiClient({
  auth,
  region: 'eu',
  logging: {
    request: {
      logger: console.debug
    },
    response: {
      logger: console.debug
    },
    error: true,
  },
})

Specifying true will use the default options, specifying an object will allow you to override the default options.
This uses axios-logger under the hood.
By default, if enabled, the request and response loggers will use console.info and the error logger will use console.error.

License

MIT

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