Cheat sheet for Webservice

All these options can be added to your queries as query parameters (either GET or POST depending on the method used in your request).

Generic Options

Key Value Description
output_format XML, JSON Change the output format
ps_method GET, POST, PUT, DELETE Override the HTTP method used for the request

Resource options

Key Value Result
language 3 Only display localized fields in one language
[3|5|...] Display localized fields for specified list of languages
[2,5] Display localized fields for an interval of languages

List options

Key Value Description
display
display [field1,field2 …] Only display fields in brackets
display full Display all fields
filter
filter[field] [1|5] OR operator: list of possible values
filter[field] [1,10] Interval operator: define interval of possible values
filter[field] [John] Literal value (not case sensitive)
filter[field] [Jo]% Begin operator: fields begins with the value (not case sensitive)
filter[field] %[hn] End operator: fields ends with the value (not case sensitive)
filter[field] %[oh]% Contains operator: fields contains the value (not case sensitive)
sort
sort [field1_ASC,field2_DESC,field3_ASC] The sort value is composed of a field name and the expected order separated by a _
limit
limit Number Limit the result to “Number”
limit Starting index, Number Limit the result to “Number” from the “Index”

Using the webservice in Multishop mode

In order to use web services when the Multishop feature is enabled, you need to add the id_shop parameter. The shops resource allows you to access to the list of shops as well as their associated identifiers.

Key Value Description
id_shop Shop ID Define the shop to be used as a context for the web service.
id_group_shop Group Shop ID Define the group shop to be used as a context for the web service.