In addition to the methods described above, AWS includes a few more - here's a list of the ones I've missed:
SellerSearchRequest() - retrieve a list of products sold by third-party sellers
ListManiaSearchRequest() - retrieve a list
WishlistSearchRequest() - retrieve a wishlist
SellerProfileSearchRequest() - retrieve a third-party seller profile
Integrating these into your online store is not very difficult - the procedure is technically similar to what is described above, with appropriate changes to the function calls and responses. For more information, take a look at the following links:
And that's about it for the moment. In this concluding article, I introduced you to the AWS methods that allow you to add search functionality to your Amazon-backed online store, demonstrating how they could be used to locate items by keyword, author, artist, actor or manufacturer. I also showed you how to refine searches using similarity tests, and illustrated how you can provide shoppers with the ability to buy items using Amazon.com Payments, or add them to a wishlist on the main Amazon.com site.
I hope you enjoyed this article, and that you found it helpful in your online e-commerce experience. Let me know what you thought, or if you'd like to read more about AWS...and until I see you next, have fun!
Note: All examples in this article have been tested on Linux/i586 with Apache 1.3.24, PHP 4.2.3, NuSOAP 6 (rev 1.11) and AWS 2.0. Examples are illustrative only, and are not meant for a production environment. Melonfire provides no warranties or support for the source code described in this article. All product data in this article belongs to Amazon.com. YMMV!