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README.md

Mws

The goal of this gem is to facilities interactions with the Amazon Marketplace Web Services from Ruby clients.

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'mws-connect'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install mws-connect

Usage

Create Mws connection:

require 'mws'

mws = Mws.connect(
  merchant: 'XXXXXXXXXXXXXX', 
  access: 'XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX', 
  secret: 'XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX'
)

Access the Feeds Api:

feeds_api = mws.feeds

Access the Feeds Api wrappers:

products_api = mws.feeds.products
prices_api = mws.feeds.prices
images_api = mws.feeds.images
inventory_api = mws.feeds.inventory

Example: Add product details:

sku = '12345678'
product = Mws::Product sku {
  upc '123435566654'
  tax_code 'GEN_TAX_CODE'
  name 'Some Product'
  brand 'Some Brand'
  msrp 19.99, 'USD'
  manufacturer 'Some Manufacturer'
  category :ce
  details {
    cable_or_adapter {
      cable_length as_distance 5, :feet
    }
  }
}

submission_id = mws.feeds.products.add(product)

Example: Adding product images:

image_submission_id = mws.feeds.images.add(
  Mws::ImageListing(sku, 'http://url.to.product.iamges/main.jpg', 'Main'),
  Mws::ImageListing(sku, 'http://url.to.product.iamges/pt1.jpg', 'PT1')
)

Example: Setting product pricing:

price_submission_id = mws.feeds.prices.update(
  Mws::PriceListing(sku, 14.99).on_sale(12.99, Time.now, 3.months.from_now)
)

Example: Overriding product shipping:

sku = '12345678'
shipping_submission_id = mws.feeds.shipping.update(
  Mws::Shipping sku {
    replace 'UPS Ground', 4.99
    adjust '2nd-Day Air', 7.00
  }
)

Example: Setting product inventory:

inventory_submission_id = mws.feeds.inventory.update(
    Mws::Inventory(sku, quantity: 10, fulfillment_type: :mfn)
)

Example: Check the processing status of a feed:

mws.feeds.list(id: submission_id).each do | info |
  puts "SubmissionId: #{info.id} Status: #{info.status}"
  puts "Complete!" if [:cancelled, :done].include? info.status
end

Example: Get the results for a submission:

result = mws.feeds.get(submission_id)
puts "Submission: #{result.transaction_id} - #{result.status}"

For an example of putting it all together check out the 'scripts/catalog-workflow'

Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request
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