NAME

eBay::API::XML::DataType::ASQPreferencesType

DESCRIPTION

Enables a seller to add custom Ask Seller a Question (ASQ) subjects to display on the seller's Ask a Question page, or reset the custom subjects to the default values.

SYNOPSIS

INHERITANCE

eBay::API::XML::DataType::ASQPreferencesType inherits from the eBay::API::XML::BaseDataType class

Subroutines:

setResetDefaultSubjects()

Used to reset custom subjects to their default values. For SetMessagePreferences, either ResetDefaultSubjects or Subject is required in the request, but not both.

  Calls: SetMessagePreferences
  RequiredInput: Conditionally

# Argument: 'xs:boolean'

isResetDefaultSubjects()

# Returns: 'xs:boolean'

setSubject()

Contains the ASQ subjects to display on the seller's Ask a Question page, with one subject per Subject node up to a maximum of nine. The tenth subject, "General question about this item," cannot be edited. An error wil be returned if subjects are duplicated. <br><br> For SetMessagePreferences, either ResetDefaultSubjects or Subject is required in the request, but not both. Subjects are displayed on the ASQ drop-down list in same order as the request. <br><br> Note that the default ASQ subjects will display in the site's language if retrieved from a site other than the seller's own. For example, if if a US seller sells on the DE and the FR sites, the default subjects will display in German and French respectively. However, if the seller adds custom questions, all questions will display only in the seller's language. In the example case, FR and DE buyers would see custom subjects in English only. Use ResetDefaultSubjects to restore the default subjects and the default language display behavior.

MaxLength: 60

  Calls: SetMessagePreferences
  RequiredInput: Conditionally

# Argument: reference to an array of 'xs:string'

getSubject()

  Calls: GetMessagePreferences
  Returned: Conditionally

# Returns: reference to an array of 'xs:string'