Web Services Overview

This website provides documentation, code samples, and other information
regarding API connectivity to the SellerCloud platform.
documentation describes the latest version of the API.


Service Name        Service Description  WSDL
Order Service Retrieve orders http://tt.ws.sellercloud.com/scservice.asmx?WSDL
Shipping Service Update Orders with Tracking information. http://tt.ws.sellercloud.com/scservice.asmx?WSDL
Order Creation Service Create orders http://tt.ws.sellercloud.com/OrderCreationService.asmx?WSDL
Purchase Order Service Create and retrieve Purchase Orders http://tt.ws.sellercloud.com/POServices.asmx?WSDL
Inventory Service Update inventory http://tt.ws.sellercloud.com/SCInventoryService.asmx?WSDL
Bulk Update Service Bulk update products http://tt.ws.sellercloud.com/scservice.asmx?WSDL


Using the web service:
A directory of web services is located at developer.sellercloud.com.
SellerCloud web service supports SOAP. In order to work with it, you should add a web reference to your Visual C#/VB.NET project. A suggested web reference is “SC” (as used in this documentation). The same code provided here is written in VB.NET.

Creating a web service instance
After you’ve added the web reference to your project, you can create a web service instance and download or update order information.
Remember that all web service methods require authentication: you have to specify your SellerCloud/CoreWebAdmin email and password in an AuthHeader. Any authentication-related exceptions are thrown by the service when you call a method.
It is also suggested to set a timeout value of 5 minutes to give room for any time-consuming operations.

Please see the attached document for more detailed information about how to use the SellerCloud webservices.

SellerCloud WebService 8-24-14b.doc

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