API documentation for Amazon Webstore

Hello,

I would like to know what API opportunities you kindly provide via Amazon webstore UK.

We are particularly interested in the Amazon Webstore solution, where the product listing and selection (putting into cart) is within our own environment, and the transaction (payment) would be arranged via Amazon Webstore. That means only the last step is provided by Amazon Webstore. Our objective is that we would like to provide a unique product presentation, browsing and shopping cart experience to our visitors, while the financial arrangement and other shopping operations would be arranged via Amazon Webstore.

In order to do this, our system needs to communicate via API on the following points:
- our listed products and product categories may be transferred into Amazon Webstore (category, product creation/edit/delete)
- the shopping cart with the selected products should be put into Amazon Webstore in order to arrange it financially
- information for our system from Amazon Webstore whether the payment process was successful

Kindly please send us an API documentation covering the above for us to proceed. Thank you for looking into it.
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  • Andrew (Official Rep) April 24, 2012 08:26
    Hello and welcome to the forums :)

    I can confirm that you can use API for all of these (listing items, confirming shipments etc), for more documentation on this please refer to the URL below:

    https://developer.amazonservices.com/...

    However, it seems to me that you would rather want to use Amazon Payments rather than the whole webstore solution. Amazon WebStore is an e-commerce content management system with integrated inventory, store design system and payments processor. If you do have a website already and just looking for the payment processor with integrated cart management than you might be also interested in Checkout by Amazon service:

    https://payments.amazon.com/sdui/sdui...

    This is an Amazon Payment solution that you can integrate within your own website. You can use APIs for both of them: CBA and WebStore services.

    I hope this helps,

    Please let me know if you have any further questions on this,

    Regards
    Andrew
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  • Hello Mate,

    Could you provide us with a link to the website you aim to use either Webstore or Checkout by Amazon on so the responsible team can reach out to you and discuss the possibilities?

    Many Thanks,

    Pieter Tanis
    Business Development Manager
    Amazon Payments
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