Categorization by product type attributes, up to 7 category levels possible.


At the top of the 1 category level are the product groups - "Product Type Group".

In the 2nd category level are the product categories - "Product Type". Each ProductType is again assigned exactly one ProductTypeGroup.

Each product is now assigned to exactly one Product Type, and can not, or up to 5 specific product features "attributeValue1..5"possess. If no product properties exist, then a further categorization other than ProductTypeGroup -> ProductType is not useful.

Where are the respective fields, depends on the choice of data formats from.

Fields for the category structure via ProductType Metadata

The metadata about the API by product types method to retrieve.

Category 1: ProductTypeGroup

  • Categoriesame: productTypeGroup-> name
  • CategoryId: productTypeGroup-> id

Category 2: ProductType

  • Categoriesame: productType-> name
  • CategoryId: productType-> id

Category 3 to 7: (optional)

  • Categoriesame: must be determined about the value of the property about the 2 category described later in this article for each data format guide. Products-> attributeValue1..5
  • CategoryId: productType-> attributeTypeId1..5

 

See some examples further below.

 

Fields for the categorie structure in the standard data format

The category structure can completely over the item / file product are formed.

Category 1: ProductTypeGroup

  • Categoriesame: products-> productTypeGroupName
  • CategoryId: products-> productTypeGroupId

Category 2: ProductType

  • Categoriesame: products-> productTypeName or productType-> name
  • CategoryId: products-> productTypeId or productType-> id

Category 3: attributeValue1 (optional)

  • Categoriesame: products-> attributeValue1
  • CategoryId: products-> attributeTypeId1 or productType-> attributeTypeId1

Category 4: attributeValue2 (optional)

  • Categoriesame: products-> attributeValue2
  • CategoryId: products-> attributeTypeId2 or productType-> attributeTypeId2

Category 5: attributeValue3 (optional)

  • Categoriesame: products-> attributeValue3
  • CategoryId: products-> attributeTypeId3 or productType-> attributeTypeId3

Category 6: attributeValue4 (optional)

  • Categoriesame: products-> attributeValue4
  • CategoryId: products-> attributeTypeId4 or productType-> attributeTypeId4

Category 7: attributeValue5 (optional)

  • Categoriesame: products-> attributeValue5
  • CategoryId: products-> attributeTypeId5 or productType-> attributeTypeId5

 

Fields for the categorie structure in the Developer data format

The category structure must have the key elements of Beziehnung / Dateie product, product type and product type group be formed.

Category 1: ProductTypeGroup

  • Categoriesame: productTypeGroup-> name
  • CategoryId: productTypeGroup-> id
  • Reference in the productType on Category: productType -> productTypeGroup (Id)

Category 2: ProductType

  • Categoriesame: productType-> name
  • CategoryId: productType-> id
  • Reference in product by category: product-> productType (Id)

Category 3: attributeValue1 (optional)

  • Categoriesame: products-> attributeValue1
  • CategoryId: productType-> attributeTypeId1

Category 4: attributeValue2 (optional)

  • Categoriesame: products-> attributeValue2
  • CategoryId: productType-> attributeTypeId2

Category 5: attributeValue3 (optional)

  • Categoriesame: products-> attributeValue3
  • CategoryId: productType-> attributeTypeId3

Category 6: attributeValue4 (optional)

  • Categoriesame: products-> attributeValue4
  • CategoryId: productType-> attributeTypeId4

Category 7: attributeValue5 (optional)

  • Categoriesame: products-> attributeValue5
  • CategoryId: productType-> attributeTypeId5

 

Examples

Example 1:

Product 2371556000 a Canon Pixma IP7200

  <?xml> 
...
<productTypeGroupId>DRU</productTypeGroupId>
<productTypeGroupName>Printers, Scanners & Multifunction Devices </productTypeGroupName>
<productTypeId>140</productTypeId>
<productTypeName>Printer</productTypeName>
<attributeTypeId1>140250000</attributeTypeId1>
<attributeValue1>Inkjet printing</attributeValue1>
<attributeTypeId2>140240040</attributeTypeId2>
<attributeValue2>Colored</attributeValue2>
...

Would have the following category path
Printers, Scanners & Multifunction Devices -> Printers -> Inkjet printing -> Color

Example 2:

Product 3534638001 a Samsung SSD 850 EVO MZ-75

  <? Xml> 
...
<productTypeGroupId>PCK</productTypeGroupId>
<productTypeGroupName>PC Components</productTypeGroupName>
<productTypeId>114</productTypeId>
<productTypeName>Hard Drives</productTypeName>
<attributeTypeId1>114113000</attributeTypeId1>
<attributeValue1>Intern</attributeValue1>
<attributeTypeId2>114010610</attributeTypeId2>
<attributeValue2>2.5"</attributeValue2>
<attributeTypeId3>114214010</attributeTypeId3>
<attributeValue3>Serial ATA</attributeValue3>
...

Would have the following category path
PC Components -> Hard Drives -> Internal -> 2.5 "-> Serial ATA

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