Tag: EC2 Container Service
Indigo is Microsoft’s next-generation web services platform. Here is an article (in Japanese, but with C# source code) with information on how to make ECS calls from Indigo. You may also enjoy reading the new article, Preparing for IndigoChoosing the Right Technology Today on devx.com.
As mentioned in the previous post, we have been working with our friends at Microsoft to create some additional code samples for .Net and ECS. Here is sample code for an ASP.Net custom control which uses version 4 of ECS. The control is written in C#. Refer to the README file for more information and […]
We rolled out a new set of bits for ECS 4 early this morning. Here are the release notes: Features and Fixes For JP only, there are some changes to Marketplace-related operations: For SellerListingLookup using IdType=Listing, Seller Id is now a required parameter. The REST syntax for passing in Seller Id is “SellerId=“. SellerListingSearch now […]
We rolled out a new set of bits for ECS 3 early this morning. Here are the release notes: Features and Fixes For JP only, there are some changes to Marketplace-related operations: SellerSearch and ExchangeSearch are now supported except for the ExchangeQuantityAllocated and ExchangeFeaturedCategory elements. MarketplaceSearch now requires the Seller Id to be passed in […]
As reported in CNET, we have released ECS (both 3.0 and 4.0) for France (locale ‘fr’) and for Canada (locale ‘ca’). With this release we now support all 6 Amazon-branded sites! The online documentation and the PDF have been updated. We also made changes to the ECS 4.0 WSDL in order to provide a better […]
Riaan (author of Amazon Messenger) blogged about his experiences with ECS. It is great to know that our efforts are appreciated, and that we are meeting the needs of developers with our developer program. Thanks, Riaan!
You may now set the “offers” parameter to “Featured” in ECS 3.0 AsinSearch requests. Setting “offers” to “Featured” will allow you to retrieve featured merchants’ offers using ECS 3.0. A featured merchant is a vendor with whom Amazon has a special partnership and whose offers are prominently featured on Amazon product detail pages. Prior to […]
ECS 3.0 was recently updated to return correct product images for new Amazon.com product categories, including Apparel, Gourmet Food, Sporting Goods, Beauty, Health & Personal Care, and Jewelry.