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New API tool available. Builds URL for findItemsAdvanced

I am pleased to announce a new tool for users of [findItemsAdvanced]( http://developer.ebay.com/DevZone/finding/CallRef/findItemsAdvanced.html) in the eBay Finding API. Inspired by this [post]( https://forums.developer.ebay.com/questions/11735/how-do-i-find-the-reference-id-of-a-product.html) from the eBay developers forum, I decided to create [Bobbie]( http://devbay.net/developers/tools/bobbie/). Enter your App ID and request values and [Bobbie]( http://devbay.net/developers/tools/bobbie/) will automatically *build* a URL that can be used in the browser or your projects. Hope it will be of some use for people.
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industrialpartsrusinc answered ·
Hello David, Would you be able to suggest anyone available for a custom API build for my company? I can be contacted at sales@industrialpartsrus.com Thank you, Scott Kennedy
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helios825 answered ·
Hey, looks great David, thanks! (I need to add a section to my eBay dev info site to highlight this, and other API call builder tools.)
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