Get All Products By Saved View


This endpoint is used for getting products in bulk, using a saved view. A saved view for catalogs must be created from manage catalog page in the new SellerCloud UI.

The advantages of using this endpoint for getting catalogs are as follows:

  • Ease of use: You can set your filters once, save them as a saved view, and then easily utilize those same filters when getting products by simply referencing that saved view ID.
  • Flexibility: The filters available in the new SellerCloud UI are numerous and extremely flexible.

In order to get information for products by saved view, you can consume the endpoint presented in this article. However in order to do that, you must:

  1. Be an authenticated user. For information on how you can authenticate, see: Authentication. As soon as you authenticate and receive a valid token, it needs to be passed on this call for getting products.
  2. Have a valid ID of a currently existing saved view. For information on how you can get existing saved views, see Saved Views


The endpoint for the TT server would be:

For your server, the endpoint will be:



Information about expected request parameters can be found on swagger UI

  • Method Type: HttpGet
  • Authorization: Use Bearer Token + token received from token authentication
  • Header info: Content-Type: application/json
  • Parameters:
ParametersData TypeDescriptionIs Required
pageNumberintegerPage numberYes
pageSizeintegerNumber of products per page.


Maximum number of products that can be pulled with a single call is 50.

viewIDintegerID of existing catalog saved viewYes


  • If user is authenticated and provides a valid page number and page size, then response will be Status Code 200 => OK and products metadata in JSON format
  • If user is not authenticated, then response will be Status Code 401 => Not Valid Token
  • On server response => Status Code 500 => Internal Server Error

Different status codes can be found in this section here:

Demo in c#

string username = “{your_username}”;
string password = “{your_password}”;

IAuthenticationClient authenticationClient = new AuthenticationClient();
string token = authenticationClient.Login(baseUri, new LoginRequest(username, password));

using (var client = new HttpClient())
client.DefaultRequestHeaders.Authorization = new AuthenticationHeaderValue(“Bearer”, token);
var responseMessage = client.GetAsync(url).Result;

var content = responseMessage.Content

return JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<GetAllResponse>(content);

var responseMessage = client.SendAsync(request).Result;

var content = responseMessage.Content

var response = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject(content);

return response.access_token;

public DateTime? validFrom { get; set; }
public DateTime? validTo { get; set; }

public interface IAuthenticationClient
string Login(string baseUri, LoginRequest request);

public class LoginRequest
public LoginRequest(string username, string password)
this.Username = username;
this.Password = password;

public string Username { get; }

public string Password { get; }

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