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Get full description of returned items with "findItemsAdvanced" API

How to get full descriptions of items listed using "findItemsAdvanced" API. Thanks
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Not supported. Use GetMultipleItems to get additional info.
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Thank you for the reply!! :) So, I need to search for products from keywords or categories . In this way, I would first get ItemIDs from "FindItemsAdvanced" and use "GetMultipleItems" after. So, how about performance??....Can you give me some example please???...Thanks
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Okay ! ... Thanks to you. I think that all is said , I now have to work on the performance. Thanks again :)
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Yes, that's the general outline - fIA first, then GMI for item descriptions. And yes, I think your application will take a hit regarding performance, but you'll have to try to see how slow it is, as several factors can come into play. Perhaps consider only fetching the item description (via GMI) if your end-user seeks more information on a specific item?
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