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When you put an item ID in a
requires, the response includes similar items. In previous sections, you saw that
you can use the
Similarities response group to return similar
items. So, why use
SimilarityLookup? This operation gives you
the following advantages:
SimilarityLookup provides a number of request
parameters, such as
Condition, to help filter the response
SimilarityLookup is able to use many response groups to
customize the information in the response
You can specify more than one item in a request and find items that are similar to all of them, or similar to each item in the request
The following request returns items similar to the specified ASIN.
http://webservices.amazon.com/onca/xml? Service=AWSECommerceService& AWSAccessKeyId=
[AWS Access Key ID]& Operation=
[ASIN]&Timestamp=[YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ssZ] &Signature=[Request Signature]
The following XML is a snippet of the full response.
<Item> <ASIN>B0009VX8VI</ASIN> <ItemAttributes> <ProductGroup>Apparel</ProductGroup> <Title>Mark VII Men's Short Sleeve Knit Golf Shirt</Title> </ItemAttributes> </Item>
This response shows that one item, Mark VII Men's Short Sleeve Knit Golf Shirt, was found that is similar to the ASIN specified in the request.