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Updating Amazon Seller Central with PHP5 Soap - Anyone succeeded?
amazon orders, amazion inventory, NuSOAP, SoA (Soap with attachments)
jezzer300




msg:3978948
 3:56 pm on Aug 26, 2009 (gmt 0)

Hello,

Has anyone actually managed to upload inventory to Amazon Seller Central using PHP Soap?

Any example code would be helpful?

I'm working on it, but even Amazon aren't sure with their extremely vague documentation and hacked up sample code using NuSOAP.

The built in PHP SOAP classes can't be used as they don't support SoA (Soap with Attachments), needed to upload the inventory/order files. Only NuSOAP can be used as far as I know and this has to be played with to enforce: UTF-8, multipart attachments, 8 bit encoding, in base 64.

I did finally get some old example code from Amazon, getting it working is something else.

Any comments are welcome!

 

dreamcatcher




msg:4001259
 8:53 am on Oct 5, 2009 (gmt 0)

Hi jezzer300,

Looks like no-one is familiar with the Amazon API here. Did you have any joy in solving this?

dc

jezzer300




msg:4001299
 10:35 am on Oct 5, 2009 (gmt 0)

I'm nearly there. It's only possible with a modified NUSOAP. The whole thing is a real pain.

Nusoap.php modifications I found on "http://www.amazonsellercommunity.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=161486&tstart=60"

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