Working with single-AMI products - AWS Marketplace Catalog API

Working with single-AMI products

You can use the AWS Marketplace Catalog API to automate tasks for working with single Amazon Machine Image (AMI-based) products.

With the Catalog API, you can automate updating your existing AMI-based products. You can perform the following actions through the API:

  • Update product details

  • Add a new version

  • Update version information

  • Restrict a version

As a prerequisite for updating AMI-based products, you must have one or more existing AMI-based products, and you should be familiar with working with the AWS Marketplace Catalog API.

Note

For details about creating an AMI product through the AWS Marketplace Management Portal, see Single-AMI products in the AWS Marketplace Seller Guide.

Updating product details for an AMI-based product

If you already have an AMI-based product in AWS Marketplace, you can use the Catalog API to modify the product details.

You update product details by calling StartChangeSet with the UpdateInformation change type and the details that you want to change, as shown in the following example.

POST /StartChangeSet HTTP/1.1 Content-type: application/json { "Catalog": "AWSMarketplace", "ChangeSet": [ { "ChangeType":"UpdateInformation", "Entity":{ "Identifier":"example1-abcd-1234-5ef6-7890abcdef12", "Type":"AmiProduct@1.0" }, "Details": "{ \"ProductTitle\": \"My Product Title\", \"ShortDescription\": \"My product short description.\", \"LongDescription\": \"My product longer description.\", \"Sku\": \"123example456\", \"SupportDescription\": \"Need help? Contact our experts at support@example.com \n\nYour purchase includes 24x7 support.\", \"Categories\": [ \"Operating Systems\", \"Network Infrastructure\", \"Application Development\" ] }" } ] }
Note

This example has line wraps added for readability and will not work as-is. The Details attribute is a string, and it should be converted from a JSON object to a string in your call to StartChangeSet. In this case, the string is "{ \"ProductTitle\": \"My Product Title\", \"ShortDescription\": \"My product short description.\", \"LongDescription\": \"My product longer description.\", \"Sku\": \"123example456\", \"SupportDescription\": \"Need help? Contact our experts at support@example.com \n\nYour purchase includes 24x7 support.\", \"Categories\": [ \"Operating Systems\", \"Network Infrastructure\", \"Application Development\" ] }". For more information, see Working with the Details attribute.

The following is information about the input fields you provide for adding the UpdateInformation change type:

  • Entity (object) – Your AMI-based product. The Identifier is your product ID, and the type is always AmiProduct@1.0. For information about using the Identifier, see Identifier.

  • Details (string) – Details of the request. It includes all the information you want to update for your product. Each field is optional, but you must include at least one change to update. This field is a string field. The string is JSON, but it must be formatted properly for a single-line string field, including escaping characters (such as quotation marks) that cannot directly be in a string. For more information, see Working with the Details attribute.

    • ProductTitle (string) – Name of the product to be displayed to buyers.

    • ShortDescription (string) – Description of key aspects of the product to be displayed to buyers. Typically 2–3 sentences.

    • LongDescription (string) – Longer description of your product to be displayed to buyers. Typically 1–3 paragraphs.

    • Sku (string) – A free-form string for you to define as a reference for your own use.

    • LogoUrl (string) – A URL to an image in a publicly accessible Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) bucket. For more details about image formats, see Company and product logo requirements in the AWS Marketplace Seller Guide.

    • VideoUrls (array of strings) – A list of URLs to publicly available, externally hosted videos to be provided as a reference to buyers in your product information.

    • Highlights (array of strings) – A list of short callouts for key product features.

    • AdditionalResources (array of structures) – List of references to additional resources to learn about your product. Each reference is made up of a text name and a URL:

      • Text (string) – The name or title of the resource.

      • Url (string) – A URL to a resource that is helpful for a buyer to understand your product.

    • SupportDescription (string) – Details about your support offerings for your product.

    • Categories (array of strings) – A list of AWS Marketplace defined product categories that describe your product. For a list, see Product categories in the AWS Marketplace Seller Guide.

    • SearchKeywords (array of strings) – A list of additional keywords for your product for the search experience. Seller name, product name, and product categories are automatically included in search keywords and do not need to be repeated here.

A change set is created for your request. The response to this request gives you the ID for the change set and looks like the following.

{ "ChangeSetId": "example123456789012abcdef", "ChangeSetArn": "arn:aws:aws-marketplace:us-east-1:123456789012:AWSMarketplace/ChangeSet/example123456789012abcdef" }

The change request is added to a queue and processed, including scanning the files and information to ensure that it meets the AWS Marketplace guidelines for products. This process can take a few minutes to hours. You can check the status of the request through the AWS Marketplace Management Portal, or in the Catalog API with the DescribeChangeSet action. For more information about change sets, see Working with change sets. For more information about errors in seller product change sets, see Change set status and errors.

Adding a new version to an AMI-based product

You can use the Catalog API to add a new version to an existing AMI-based product in AWS Marketplace. For more information about adding new AMI versions to your product using the AWS Marketplace Management Portal, see Adding a new version in the AWS Marketplace Seller Guide.

You add a new version in the Catalog API by calling StartChangeSet with the AddDeliveryOptions change type for single-AMI products, as shown in the following example.

Note

For single-AMI products, a version is made up of a single delivery option, which is the AMI that you are making available. In the Catalog API, working with delivery options for single-AMI products modifies versions of your product.

POST /StartChangeSet HTTP/1.1 Content-type: application/json { "Catalog": "AWSMarketplace", "ChangeSet": [ { "ChangeType":"AddDeliveryOptions", "Entity":{ "Identifier":"example1-abcd-1234-5ef6-7890abcdef12", "Type":"AmiProduct@1.0" }, "Details": "{ \"Version\": { \"VersionTitle\": \"*My new title*\", \"ReleaseNotes\": \"*My new Release notes*\" }, \"DeliveryOptions\": [ { \"Details\": { \"AmiDeliveryOptionDetails\": { \"AmiSource\": { \"AmiId\": \"ami-1234567890abcdef\", \"AccessRoleArn\": \"arn:aws:iam::12345678901:role/AwsMarketplaceAmiIngestion\", \"UserName\": \"ec2-user\", \"OperatingSystemName\": \"AMAZONLINUX\", \"OperatingSystemVersion\": \"Amazon Linux 2 AMI 2.0.20210126.0 x86_64 HVM gp2\" }, \"UsageInstructions\": \"Easy to use AMI\", \"RecommendedInstanceType\": \"m4.xlarge\", \"SecurityGroups\": [ { \"IpProtocol\": \"tcp\", \"FromPort\": 443, \"ToPort\": 443, \"IpRanges\": [ \"0.0.0.0/0\" ] } ] } } } ] }" } ] }
Note

This example has line wraps added for readability and will not work as-is. The Details attribute is a string, and it should be converted from a JSON object to a string in your call to StartChangeSet. In this case, the string is "{ \"Version\": { \"VersionTitle\": \"*My new title*\", \"ReleaseNotes\": \"*My new Release notes*\" }, \"DeliveryOptions\": [ {\"Details\": { \"AmiDeliveryOptionDetails\": { \"AmiSource\": { \"AmiId\": \"ami-1234567890abcdef\", \"AccessRoleArn\": \"arn:aws:iam::12345678901:role/AwsMarketplaceAmiIngestion\", \"UserName\": \"ec2-user\", \"OperatingSystemName\": \"AMAZONLINUX\", \"OperatingSystemVersion\": \"Amazon Linux 2 AMI 2.0.20210126.0 x86_64 HVM gp2\" }, \"UsageInstructions\": \"Easy to use AMI\", \"RecommendedInstanceType\": \"m4.xlarge\", \"SecurityGroups\": [ { \"IpProtocol\": \"tcp\", \"FromPort\": 443, \"ToPort\": 443, \"IpRanges\": [ \"0.0.0.0/0\" ] } ] } } } ] }". For more information, see Working with the Details attribute.

The following is information about the input fields you provide for adding the AddDeliveryOptions change type. For more information about these fields, see Adding a new version in the AWS Marketplace Seller Guide.

  • Entity (object) – Your AMI-based product. The Identifier is your product ID, and the type is always AmiProduct@1.0. For information about using the Identifier, see Identifier.

  • Details (string) – Details of the request. It includes all the information about the new version of your AMI-based product. This field is a string field. The string is JSON, but it must be formatted properly for a single-line string field, including escaping characters (such as quotation marks) that cannot directly be in a string. For more information, see Working with the Details attribute.

    • Version (object) – Details about the software version you are adding. Made up of a title and release notes.

      • VersionTitle (string) – Unique name of the version. Displayed to end users in product details page and configuration pages for the product in AWS Marketplace.

      • ReleaseNotes (string) – Notes for buyers to tell them about changes from one version to the next.

    • DeliveryOptions (array) – List of DeliveryOption objects, including the details of each:

      • Details (object) – Holds the details of an AMI delivery option. Note that this nested details object does not need to be double-escaped.

        • AmiDeliveryOptionDetails (object) – The details of one AMI delivery option.

          • AmiSource (object) – Details about the AMI to be used for the added version.

            • AmiId (string) – ID for the source AMI, located in the AWS Region where the API is being called (currently must always be US East (N. Virginia) because that is the only Region where the Catalog API is available). Must belong to the caller account.

            • AccessRoleArn (string) – IAM role Amazon Resource Name (ARN) used by AWS Marketplace to access the provided AMI. For details about creating and using this ARN, see Giving AWS Marketplace access to your AMI in the AWS Marketplace Seller Guide.

            • UserName (string) – Login user name to access the operating system (OS) in the AMI. Typically ec2-user for Linux AMIs or Administrator for Windows.

            • ScanningPort (integer) – SSH or RDP port used to access the OS. Used for scanning the provided AMI for security vulnerabilities. Defaults to 22.

            • OperatingSystemName (string) – Name of the operating system displayed to buyers.

            • OperatingSystemVersion (string) – Operating system version string displayed to buyers.

          • UsageInstructions (string) – Instructions for using the AMI, or a link to more information about the AMI.

          • AccessEndpointUrl (object) – Used to create a path to access the AMI after it is used.

            • Port (string) – The port number used to access the service running on the AMI.

            • Protocol (string) – The protocol (http or https) used to access the service running on the AMI.

            • RelativePath (string) – The path from the web root to access the service running on the AMI (for example /index.html).

          • RecommendedInstanceType (string) – The instance type that is recommended to run the service with the AMI and is the default for 1-click installs of your service. For a list of instance types, see Instance types in the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud User Guide for Linux Instances.

          • SecurityGroups (array of objects) – A list of objects representing ingress rules for the automatically created groups for the version.

            • FromPort (integer) – The source port.

            • IpProtocol (string) – The protocol to use (tcp or udp).

            • IpRanges (array of strings) – IP ranges to allow, in CIDR format (in the form xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/nn, for example, 192.0.2.0/24).

            • ToPort (integer) – The destination port.

A change set is created for your request. The response to this request gives you the ID for the change set and looks like the following.

{ "ChangeSetId": "example123456789012abcdef", "ChangeSetArn": "arn:aws:aws-marketplace:us-east-1:123456789012:AWSMarketplace/ChangeSet/example123456789012abcdef" }

The change request is added to a queue and processed, including scanning the files and information to ensure that it meets the AWS Marketplace guidelines for AMI products. This process can take a few minutes to hours. You can check the status of the request through the AWS Marketplace Management Portal, or in the Catalog API with the DescribeChangeSet action. For more information about change sets, see Working with change sets. For more information about errors in seller product change sets, see Change set status and errors.

When the request is complete, the version is added, and any existing subscribers will receive an email message telling them about the new version. For more information about the process of adding a new version, see Adding a new version in the AWS Marketplace Seller Guide.

Updating version information for an AMI-based product

You can use the Catalog API to update the details of an existing version of your AMI-based product in AWS Marketplace. For more information about updating version information using the AWS Marketplace Management Portal, see Updating version information in the AWS Marketplace Seller Guide. You cannot update the AMI for the version. If you need to update the AMI, create a new version instead.

You add a new version in the Catalog API by calling StartChangeSet with the UpdateDeliveryOptions change type, as shown in the following example.

POST /StartChangeSet HTTP/1.1 Content-type: application/json { "Catalog": "AWSMarketplace", "ChangeSet": [ { "ChangeType":"UpdateDeliveryOptions", "Entity":{ "Identifier":"example1-abcd-1234-5ef6-7890abcdef12", "Type":"AmiProduct@1.0" }, "Details": "{ \"Version\": { \"ReleaseNotes\": \"*My new Release notes*\" }, \"DeliveryOptions\": [ { \"Id\": \"example1-2222-cccc-2222-cccccccccccc\", \"Details\": { \"AmiDeliveryOptionDetails\": { \"UsageInstructions\": \"Easy to use AMI\" } } } ] }" } ] }
Note

This example has line wraps added for readability and will not work as-is. The Details attribute is a string, and it should be converted from a JSON object to a string in your call to StartChangeSet. In this case, the string is "{ \"Version\": { \"ReleaseNotes\": \"*My new Release notes*\" }, \"DeliveryOptions\": [ { \"Id\": \"example1-2222-cccc-2222-cccccccccccc\", \"Details\": { \"AmiDeliveryOptionDetails\": { \"UsageInstructions\": \"Easy to use AMI\" } } } ] }". For more information, see Working with the Details attribute.

The following is information about the input fields you provide for adding the UpdateDeliveryOptions change type. For more information about these fields, see Updating version information in the AWS Marketplace Seller Guide.

  • Entity (object) – Your AMI-based product. The Identifier is your product ID, and the type is always AmiProduct@1.0. For information about using the Identifier, see Identifier.

  • Details (string) – Details of the request. It includes any information about the version of your AMI-based product that you would like to update. This field is a string field. The string is JSON, but it must be formatted properly for a single-line string field, including escaping characters (such as quotation marks) that cannot directly be in a string. For more information, see Working with the Details attribute. The included fields are all optional, but you must include at least one field to update.

    • Version (object) – Details about the software version.

      • ReleaseNotes (string) – Notes for buyers to tell them about changes from one version to the next.

    • DeliveryOptions (array of objects) – List of DeliveryOption objects, including the details of each:

      • Id (string) – Unique identifier for the DeliveryOption (you can get the unique identifier for the DeliveryOption by calling the DescribeEntity action on the product you are updating).

      • Details (object) – Holds the details of an AMI delivery option. Note that this nested details object does not need to be double-escaped.

        • AmiDeliveryOptionDetails (object) – The details of one AMI delivery option.

          • UsageInstructions (string) – Instructions for using the AMI, or a link to more information about the AMI.

          • AccessEndpointUrl (object) – Used to create a path to access the AMI after it is used.

            • Port (string) – The port number used to access the service running on the AMI.

            • Protocol (string) – The protocol (http or https) used to access the service running on the AMI.

            • RelativePath (string) – The path from the web root to access the service running on the AMI (for example /index.html).

          • RecommendedInstanceType (string) – The instance type that is recommended to run the service with the AMI and is the default for 1-click installs of your service.

          • SecurityGroups (array of objects) – A list of objects representing ingress rules for the automatically created groups for the version:

            • FromPort (integer) – The source port.

            • IpProtocol (string) – The protocol to use (tcp or idp).

            • IpRanges (array of strings) – IP ranges to allow, in CIDR format (in the form xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/nn, for example, 192.0.2.0/24).

            • ToPort (integer) – The destination port.

A change set is created for your request. The response to this request gives you the ID for the change set and looks like the following.

{ "ChangeSetId": "example123456789012abcdef", "ChangeSetArn": "arn:aws:aws-marketplace:us-east-1:123456789012:AWSMarketplace/ChangeSet/example123456789012abcdef" }

The change request is added to a queue and processed, including scanning the information to ensure that it meets the AWS Marketplace guidelines for AMI products. This process can take a few minutes to hours. You can check the status of the request through the AWS Marketplace Management Portal, or in the Catalog API with the DescribeChangeSet action. For more information about change sets, see Working with change sets. For more information about errors in seller product change sets, see Change set status and errors.

Restricting a version of an AMI-based product

You can use the Catalog API to restrict a version of your AMI-based product in AWS Marketplace. This prevents new buyers from being able to use that version. There must always be at least one unrestricted version of a product available, so you cannot restrict the last publicly available version for a product. For more information about restricting AMI versions in AWS Marketplace via the AWS Marketplace Management Portal, see Restricting a version in the AWS Marketplace Seller Guide.

You restrict a version in the Catalog API by calling StartChangeSet with the RestrictDeliveryOptions change type, as shown in the following example.

Note

Restricted versions are not shown to new buyers, but they are still available for existing customers.

POST /StartChangeSet HTTP/1.1 Content-type: application/json { "Catalog": "AWSMarketplace", "ChangeSet": [ { "ChangeType":"RestrictDeliveryOptions", "Entity":{ "Identifier":"example1-abcd-1234-5ef6-7890abcdef12", "Type":"AmiProduct@1.0" }, "Details": "{ \"DeliveryOptionIds\": [ \"example1-2222-cccc-2222-cccccccccccc\" ] }" } ] }

The following is information about the input fields you provide for adding the RestrictDeliveryOptions change type:

  • Entity (object) – Your AMI-based product. The Identifier is your product ID, and the type is always AmiProduct@1.0. For information about using the Identifier, see Identifier.

  • Details (string) – Details of the request. It includes IDs for the versions of your AMI-based product that you would like to restrict. This field is a string field. The string is JSON, but it must be formatted properly for a single-line string field, including escaping characters (such as quotation marks) that cannot directly be in a string. For more information, see Working with the Details attribute.

    • DeliveryOptionIds (array of objects) – List of DeliveryOption IDs for the versions that you want to restrict. You can get the unique identifier for the DeliveryOption by calling the DescribeEntity action on the version you are restricting.

A change set is created for your request. The response to this request gives you the ID for the change set and looks like the following.

{ "ChangeSetId": "example123456789012abcdef", "ChangeSetArn": "arn:aws:aws-marketplace:us-east-1:123456789012:AWSMarketplace/ChangeSet/example123456789012abcdef" }

The change request is added to a queue and processed. This process can take a few minutes to hours. You can check the status of the request through the AWS Marketplace Management Portal, or in the Catalog API with the DescribeChangeSet action. For more information about change sets, see Working with change sets. For more information about errors in seller product change sets, see Change set status and errors.

Errors in the AMI products API

The following errors are specific to the AMI product actions in the AWS Marketplace Catalog API. These errors are returned when you call DescribeChangeSet after a change set is processing. For more details about using DescribeChangeSet to get the status of a change request, see Working with change sets.

Change type Error code Error message

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_PRODUCT

Use an existing limited or public product.

AddDeliveryOptions

DUPLICATE_VERSION_TITLE

The version title must be different from any other version titles of this product.

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_VERSION_TITLE

Remove spaces before the trademark symbol.

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_VERSION_TITLE

Remove unsupported characters: [x, y, z]

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_VERSION_TITLE

Remove spaces from the beginning of the version title.

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_VERSION_TITLE

Provide version title with fewer than [x] characters.

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_RELEASE_NOTES

Remove spaces before the trademark symbol.

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_RELEASE_NOTES

Remove unsupported characters: [x, y, z]

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_RELEASE_NOTES

Remove spaces from the beginning of release notes.

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_RELEASE_NOTES

Provide release notes with fewer than (x) characters.

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_USAGE_INSTRUCTIONS

Remove spaces before the trademark symbol.

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_USAGE_INSTRUCTIONS

Remove unsupported characters: [x, y, z]

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_USAGE_INSTRUCTIONS

Remove spaces from the beginning of release notes.

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_USAGE_INSTRUCTIONS

Provide usage instructions with fewer than (x) characters.

AddDeliveryOptions

RECOMMENDED_INSTANCE_TYPE_NOT_AVAILABLE

Provide an existing, available instance type.

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_RECOMMENDED_INSTANCE_TYPE

Provide a valid instance type.

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_SECURITY_GROUP

Security group ports must be between 1 and [max].

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_SECURITY_GROUP

Provide a value for CIDR IP ranges.

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_SECURITY_GROUP

Provide security group start port that is not greater than end port.

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_SECURITY_GROUP_PROTOCOL

Security group protocol must either be ‘tcp’ or ‘udp’.

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_CIDR_IP

Provide standard CIDR IP range in form '0.0.0.0/0'.

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_ACCESS_ENDPOINT_PORT

Provide endpoint port less than [x].

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_ACCESS_ENDPOINT_PORT

Provide endpoint port between 1 and [max].

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_ACCESS_ENDPOINT_PORT

Provide endpoint port.

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_ACCESS_ENDPOINT_RELATIVE_PATH

Remove spaces in the relative path.

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_ACCESS_ENDPOINT_RELATIVE_PATH

Remove preceding '/' from relative path.

AddDeliveryOptions

INCOMPATIBLE_OPERATING_SYSTEM

Provide operating system name and version that is compatible with instance types: [x]

AddDeliveryOptions

INCOMPATIBLE_OPERATING_SYSTEM_NAME

Provide name with fewer than (x) characters.

AddDeliveryOptions

INCOMPATIBLE_OPERATING_SYSTEM_NAME

Provide operating system name that is supported.

AddDeliveryOptions

INCOMPATIBLE_OPERATING_SYSTEM_VERSION

Provide version with fewer than (x) characters.

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_SCANNING_PORT

Provide scanning port between 1 and [max].

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_SCANNING_PORT

Provide scanning port between 1 and [max].

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_AMI_ID

Provide valid AMI ID.

AddDeliveryOptions

EXISTING_AMI_PRODUCT_CODE

Remove product code attached to image X.

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_AMI_ARCHITECTURE

Provide new AMI with architecture [x].

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_AMI_VIRTUALIZATION_TYPE

Provide new AMI with virtualization type [x].

AddDeliveryOptions

INVALID_AMI_VIRTUALIZATION_TYPE

Provide expected [z] volume on image [x].

AddDeliveryOptions

INCOMPATIBLE_AMI

Provide new AMI as architecture [x] on [y] is not supported by following instance types: [z]

AddDeliveryOptions

INCOMPATIBLE_AMI

Provide new AMI as virtualization type [x] on [y] is not supported by following instance types: [z]

AddDeliveryOptions

INCOMPATIBLE_AMI

Enable ENA support for image x because following instance types require ENA support: [y]

AddDeliveryOptions

ASSET_NOT_FOUND

Check if [ami-id] exists in us-east-1 Region of [account-id] AWS account and the AccessARN provided [ARN] has permissions to share this AMI with AWS Marketplace.

AddDeliveryOptions

ASSET_ACCESS_EXCEPTION

Unable to copy AMI [x] into AWS Marketplace account.

AddDeliveryOptions

SCAN_ERROR

Fix security vulnerability [y] on Image [x].

RestrictDeliveryOptions

INVALID_PRODUCT

Use an existing public product.

RestrictDeliveryOptions

MISSING_DELIVERY_OPTION_IDS

Provide at least one delivery option ID.

RestrictDeliveryOptions

INVALID_DELIVERY_OPTION_IDS

Provide delivery option IDs that can be found in the product. IDs not found: [x]

RestrictDeliveryOptions

INVALID_DELIVERY_OPTION

Provide delivery option IDs that are in a public state. IDs not in public state: [x]

RestrictDeliveryOptions

ALL_DELIVERY_OPTIONS_RESTRICTED

Provide fewer delivery options to restrict as at least one must remain in public state.

UpdateDeliveryOptions

INVALID_PRODUCT

Use an existing limited or public product.

UpdateDeliveryOptions

MISSING_DELIVERY_OPTION_IDS

Provide at least one delivery option ID.

UpdateDeliveryOptions

INVALID_DELIVERY_OPTION_IDS

Provide delivery option IDs that can be found in the product. IDs not found: [x]

UpdateDeliveryOptions

INVALID_DELIVERY_OPTIONS

Provide delivery option IDs that belong to the same version.

UpdateInformation

MISSING_UPDATES

Nothing to update. Provide updated information for product.

UpdateInformation

MISSING_LOGO_URL

Provide URL for logo stored in S3.

UpdateInformation

LOGO_COPY_FAILURE

There was an issue copying the logo from S3. Provide a new URL for logo stored in S3.

UpdateInformation

INVALID_CATEGORY_NAMES

Provide valid category names supported by AWS Marketplace.

UpdateInformation

INVALID_PRODUCT_TITLE

Remove spaces before trademark symbol.

UpdateInformation

INVALID_PRODUCT_TITLE

Remove unsupported characters [x, y, z].

UpdateInformation

INVALID_SHORT_DESCRIPTION

Remove spaces before trademark symbol.

UpdateInformation

INVALID_SHORT_DESCRIPTION

Remove unsupported characters [x, y, z].

UpdateInformation

INVALID_LONG_DESCRIPTION

Remove spaces before trademark symbol.

UpdateInformation

INVALID_LONG_DESCRIPTION

Remove unsupported characters [x, y, z].

UpdateInformation

INVALID_SUPPORT_DESCRIPTION

Remove spaces before trademark symbol.

UpdateInformation

INVALID_SUPPORT_DESCRIPTION

Remove unsupported characters [x, y, z].

UpdateInformation

INVALID_HIGHLIGHTS

Remove spaces before trademark symbol.

UpdateInformation

INVALID_HIGHLIGHTS

Remove unsupported characters [x, y, z].

UpdateInformation

INVALID_ADDITIONAL_RESOURCES

Remove spaces before trademark symbol.

UpdateInformation

INVALID_ADDITIONAL_RESOURCES

Remove unsupported characters [x, y, z].

UpdateInformation

INVALID_PRODUCT_CATEGORIES

Provide between 1 and 3 product categories.

UpdateInformation

INVALID_IMAGE_PROPERTIES

Provide an image that meets the product logo requirements. (link)