Amazon Seller Central
The Amazon Seller Central connector in Zynk allows you to download your data from Amazon Seller Central (formerly known as Amazon Marketplace) in an XML format, and import it into your Accounting, ERP, CRM or database. It also supports the upload any kind of Amazon XML data feed.
Each of the tasks require a connection to Amazon Seller Central, for more information on setting up and managing connections see Connecting to Amazon Seller Central.
Zynk supports the following Amazon marketplaces:
|Country Name||Country Code||Amazon Region|
|United Arab Emirates||AE||Europe|
|United States||US||North America|
- Export Catalogue Items from Amazon Seller Central
- Export Commissions from Amazon Seller Central
- Export Financial Events from Amazon Seller Central
- Export Orders from Amazon Seller Central
- Export Refunds from Amazon Seller Central
- Export Report from Amazon Seller Central
- Import Feed to Amazon Seller Central
Each task listed above requires you to select the marketplace(s) you wish to export from. Please note, the marketplace settings on your task must correspond to your connection details. For example, if you wish to export orders from Amazon Canada you will be required to enter a North America authorisation token and seller id.
Before starting an integration with Amazon, it is important that you are able to match products between Amazon and the other systems that you are integrating with. You will need to ensure you are using the Merchant SKU / Seller SKU field within Amazon, and that the values entered into this field match the product codes in the systems you are going to integrate with. Note that once you have created an item on Amazon you cannot edit the SKU code as this is the unique identifier for the product, you will first have to remove the item and re-add with the correct SKU.
Articles and Sample Files
The following articles are available at the links below:
This connector implement the Zynk rest client, which means that you can enable the 'Log Debug Messages' in the Zynk common task settings to log API requests and responses to the working directory.
This is useful when debugging issues as you can see the information Zynk is passing to and receiving from the external REST interface.