• Example searches: “transaction”, “CreateOrder”, “/v2/locations”, “inventory”, “delete customer”

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CatalogQuery

A query composed of one or more different types of filters to narrow the scope of targeted objects when calling the SearchCatalogObjects endpoint.

Although a query can have multiple filters, only one query is allowed per call to SearchCatalogObjects.

When a query filter is based on an attribute, the attribute must be searchable. Searchable attributes are listed as follows, along their parent types that can be searched for with applicable query filters.

Searchable attribute and objects queryable by searchable attributes **

  • name: CatalogItem, CatalogItemVariation, CatelogCatogry, CatalogTax, CatalogDiscount, CatalogModifier, 'CatalogModifierList,CatalogItemOption,CatalogItemOptionValue`
  • description: CatalogItem, CatalogItemOptionValue
  • abbreviation: CatalogItem
  • upc: CatalogItemVariation
  • sku: CatalogItemVariation
  • caption: CatalogImage
  • display_name: CatalogItemOption

For example, to search for CatalogItem objects by searchable attributes, you can use the "name", "description", or "abbreviation" attribute in an applicable query filter.

Properties

Name Description
sorted_attribute_query
CatalogQuerySortedAttribute

A query expression to sort returned query result by the given attribute.

exact_query
CatalogQueryExact

An exact query expression to return objects with attribute name and value
matching the specified attribute name and value exactly. Value matching is case insensitive.

prefix_query
CatalogQueryPrefix

A prefix query expression to return objects with attribute values that have a prefix matching the specified string value. Value maching is case insensitive.

range_query
CatalogQueryRange

A range query expression to return objects with numberic values that lie in the specified range.

text_query
CatalogQueryText

A text query expression to return objectd whose searchable attributes contain all of the given keywords, irrespective of their order. For example, if a CatalogItem contains custom attribute values of {"name": "t-shirt"} and {"description": "Small, Purple"}, the query filter of {"keywords": ["shirt", "sma", "purp"]} returns this item.

items_for_tax_query
CatalogQueryItemsForTax

A query expression to return items that have any of the specified taxes (as identified by the corresponding CatalogTax object IDs) enabled.

items_for_modifier_list_query
CatalogQueryItemsForModifierList

A query expression to return items that have any of the given modifier list (as identifieid by the coresponding CatalogModifierLists IDs) enabled.

items_for_item_options_query
CatalogQueryItemsForItemOptions

Beta

A query expression to return items that contains the specified item options (as identified the corresponding CatalogItemOption IDs).

item_variations_for_item_option_values_query
CatalogQueryItemVariationsForItemOptionValues

Beta

A query expression to return item variations (of the CatalogItemVariation type) that contain all of the specified CatalogItemOption IDs.

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