createCatalog

post

/ccadmin/v1/catalogs

Create Catalog. Create a catalog based on request parameters. **Requires the x-ccasset-language header so translated content can be set for a specific language.** Commerce Cloud lets you create two types of catalogs: * Independent catalogs are catalogs that are not dependent on any other catalog in your environment. Collections you add to an independent catalog can be exclusive to that catalog, or can be linked to a number of different catalogs .The Product Catalog that Commerce Cloud includes by default is structured as an independent catalog. * Legacy catalogs are secondary catalogs that provide custom views into the Product Catalog. Unlike independent catalogs, which can contain different collections and products, legacy catalogs reference only products and collections that are already in the Product Catalog. Prior to 18D release, all additional catalogs created in Commerce Cloud were legacy catalogs. If you upgraded to this release from Commerce Cloud 18C-MP or earlier, any additional catalogs you already created in previous releases remain in your instance as legacy catalogs. Before you can create legacy catalogs, you must enable support for creating them. To do this, you use the **saveAdminConfiguration** in the Admin REST API to set the value of the supportVersion1Catalogs property. If your Commerce Cloud environment has any legacy catalogs, the value of supportVersion1Catalogs property defaults to true. If your Commerce Cloud environment does not have any legacy catalogs, the value of this property defaults to false, but you are free to change the value to true. * If supportVersion1Catalogs is false, the createCatalog endpoint can create only independent catalogs. If you attempt to set catalogVersion to 1 to create a legacy catalog, the call returns an error. * If supportVersion1Catalogs is true, the createCatalog endpoint creates a legacy catalog by default. You can override the default behavior and create an independent catalog by setting the catalogVersion property to 2. Refer to Manage Your Catalog section in the Using Oracle Commerce Cloud documentation for additional details about creating Independent and Legacy catalogs.

Request

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Header Parameters
Body ()
Root Schema : createCatalog_request
Type: object
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Example:
{
    "catalogVersion":"2",
    "defaultCategoryForProducts":"defaultAppleCategory",
    "categoryIds":[
        "defaultAppleCategory"
    ],
    "catalogId":"appleCatalog",
    "displayName":"Apple Catalog"
}
Nested Schema : categoryIds
Type: array
List of category ids to be associated with this catalog. Categories are set as children of the root navigation category.
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Response

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200 Response

Following model is returned when operation succeeds.
Body ()
Root Schema : createCatalog_response
Type: object
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Nested Schema : rootCategories
Type: array
Array of categories associated with the catalog.
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Nested Schema : rootNavigationCategory
Type: object
Navigation category for the catalog.
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Nested Schema : items
Type: object
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Example Response (application/json)
{
    "catalogVersion":2,
    "defaultCategoryForProducts":"appleDefaultCategory",
    "rootNavigationCategory":"cat10098",
    "displayName":"Apple Catalog",
    "repositoryId":"appleCatalog",
    "rootCategories":[
        {
            "repositoryId":"cat10098"
        },
        {
            "repositoryId":"cat10099"
        }
    ],
    "id":"appleCatalog"
}

Default Response

The error response. The following are the internal error codes thrown by this API when the request processing fails in Oracle Commerce Cloud: |Error Code|Description| |------------------|------------------| |200100|Catalog name missing.| |200102|Catalog repository error.| |200101|Catalog name is blank.| |200104|Invalid catalog ID.| |200229|Invalid catalog version| |200231|It is not allowed to set the default category for products to be a root category|
Body ()
Root Schema : errorModel
Type: object
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Nested Schema : errors
Type: array
An optional list of errors if multiple errors were encountered
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Nested Schema : items
Type: object
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