In case you missed it, we introduced a new feed processing limit for the Get All Fulfillment Centers API to maintain optimal performance. You can now process no more than 10 calls per minute. We recommend submitting fulfillment center queries in small batches. If you try to exceed the limits, your API calls will be returned with an error.
API users can now view variant grouping information including the variant group ID and count of items via the new Get Item Count by Groups API. The following existing APIs: Catalog Search, Get An Item, and Get All Items can also return variant group information using an additional query parameter. On April 16, variant group information will be updated in all existing responses without the use of an additional query parameter.
When generating an on-request report, our systems create a ‘Request ID’ that is used to track the status of the requested report. As a reminder, the details of the report and the Request ID are retained for 30 days. Any attempt to fetch the Request ID after 30 days will return a 404 error. Read our On-request Reports API Overview below for more details.
Test out your integration and validate your deployment in the Walmart API Sandbox. This is where you can perform basic validations on the feeds or payloads to lessen data quality issues in production and ensure successful launches on Walmart.com. You can also test in parallel with development to address any issues prior to going live.
We’ve launched a new feedback tool in the Developer Portal to help you easily and quickly share your thoughts about your experience on our platform. This will help us to improve the overall experience for all API users. Navigate to the Developer Portal homepage below and select the black tab labeled ‘Feedback’ in the bottom right corner to submit your comments.
Starting the week of April 25, we will be increasing the length of our order ID numbers. Order numbers are currently 13-digits long, but they will be expanding to 15-digits. There are no required code changes or action needed by you, but please ensure there will be no limitations on your end to consume or display the new order IDs.
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