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wmt-marketplace-sdk v2.1.14

Walmart Marketplace API SDK

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Walmart Marketplace API SDK

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Features

  • Orders
    • All Release Orders: Retrieves all the orders with line items that are in the "created" status, that is, these orders have been released from the Walmart Order Management System to the seller for processing. The released orders are the orders that are ready for a seller to fulfill.
    • Acknowledge Orders: You can use this API to acknowledge an entire order, including all of its order lines. Walmart requires a seller to acknowledge orders within four hours of receipt of the order, except in extenuating circumstances.
    • Shipping Updates: Updates the status of order lines to "Shipped" and triggers the charge to the customer.
  • Requests
    • Timeout: All requests are set with a 2-minute timeout to avoid overuse of resources when the API is slow to respond.

Roadmap

  • Orders
    • We are working on completing the Orders methods.

Usage

You only need to set your API credentials once in the process. They don't need to be set for each call within the same process.

import { WMT } from 'wmt-marketplace-sdk';

WMT.Request.Credentials = new WMT.Config.Credentials(
  '38b7eb6c-3672-4022-93a2-f47794f36338', // Client ID
  'MIIBVgIBADANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQEFAASCAUAwggE8AgEAAkEAq7BFUpkGp3...' // Client Secret
);

Get All Released Orders

WMT.Orders.getAllReleased({
  CreatedStartDate: new Date('01 April 2018 00:00 UTC'), // required
  CreatedEndDate: new Date('02 April 2018 00:00 UTC'), // optional, defaults to current time
  Limit: 10 // optional, defaults to 200 (max)
}).then((response: string) => {
  let purchaseOrders: WMT.Orders.PurchaseOrder.PurchaseOrderResponse = JSON.parse(response);

  // do something with the orders
});

Acknowledge Orders

WMT.Orders.ackOrder({
  PurchaseOrderId: 2380639477120
}).then((response: string) => {
  let orderResponse: WMT.Orders.PurchaseOrder.SingleOrderResponse = JSON.parse(response);
  // The response to a successful call contains the acknowledged order. Although the
  // API documentation claims the order will bear an "Acknowledged" status, we have
  // not found this to be true in production. It's simply a copy of the order that
  // was acknowledged, still bearing a "Created" status.
});

Shipping Updates

var shipment = new WMT.Orders.Shipment.OrderShipmentRequest(
  // See sample in /test/lib/orders.spec.ts ('Shipment Update').
);

WMT.Orders.postShipingUpdate({
  PurchaseOrderId: 2380639477120,
  PurchaseOrderShipment: shipment
}).then((response: string) => {
  let orderResponse: WMT.Orders.PurchaseOrder.SingleOrderResponse = JSON.parse(response)
  // The response to a successful call contains the purchase order.
});

Install

npm install --save wmt-marketplace-sdk

Scripts

  • npm run build : rimraf ./lib/ && tsc -p .

Dependencies

PackageVersionDev
wmt-marketplace-auth1.1.0
request2.85.0
request-promise4.2.2
ts-node5.0.1
typescript2.8.1
tslint5.9.1
mocha5.1.0
nock9.2.5
chai4.1.2
node-readme0.1.9
nyc11.6.0
rimraf2.6.2
@types/mocha5.0.0
@types/nock9.1.3
@types/chai4.1.2
@types/node9.6.5
@types/request-promise4.1.41
@types/bluebird3.5.20

Contributing

We are always excited when we can make our projects open source and allow contributors to build and work on these components. To make this possible, there are a few things we kindly ask all contributors to understand and follow. Please review the Contributing Guide.

Author

Kane McConnell kane@makanal.eu

License

  • MIT : http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT
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