Amazon ASIN Fetch (SP API) data service

If you're exporting your feed using the Productsup Amazon Export, use the Amazon Standard Identification Number (ASIN) Fetch (SP API) data service to correct ASINs in your feed.

Introduction

Add the correct Amazon Standard Identification Numbers (ASINs) to your feed using the Amazon ASIN Fetch (SP API) data service. When you provide the ASIN with your feed, Amazon promptly lists you as a seller for the products you've previously created in Amazon.

Prerequisite

To proceed with the Amazon ASIN Fetch (SP API) data service setup, you must have an Amazon seller account to fetch ASINs. See Amazon Seller Central.

Set up

  • Item ID Column: This column contains the product identifier. The product identifier either has to be an SKU, UPC, EAN, or ISBN number. Make sure your UPC/EAN number is 12/13 digits long and filled with leading zeros by using the Extend Text rule box, if necessary.

  • Item ID Type Column: This column contains the ID Type, either the SKU, UPC, EAN, or ISBN. You can populate this column by using the Static Value box, in case all products have the same ID type.

  • Marketplace: Choose the Amazon Marketplace from where you want to retrieve the ASINs. Since the ASINs are a unique identifier per marketplace, this selection is mandatory.

Authentication

  1. Go to Data Services from your site's main menu and select ADD SERVICE. Then choose Amazon ASIN Fetch (SP API), select Add, and add it again to confirm.

    Add the Amazon ASIN Fetch (SP API) data service in Productsup.
  2. Go to Select authentication and choose ADD AUTHENTICATION. Then select ADD AUTHENTICATION.

  3. In Type, select Amazon Authentication (BETA version by Amazon). You can customize the authentication description in Name. Now, select Next.

  4. In Region, select where Productsup is managing your inventory.

  5. The platform directs you to Amazon for authentication. You then enter your credentials to proceed with connecting your Productsup exports to Amazon.

Enter the maximum period, in days, before Amazon updates the ASIN entry. For example, if you change a 90-day refresh window to 30 days, the platform immediately refreshes it again every 30 days. If you enter 1, the ASIN numbers refresh once a day.

In case of an error, it's usually ok to refresh the ASINs. You can disable updates again by setting the refresh period to 0.