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Missing "tags" field in XML files from API

LebosteinLebostein Member Posts: 54
edited August 2019 in The Database
If I recieve a XML string from a set with API (getSets), then I miss the "<tags> ... </tags>" field. Here the example from 10185-1, Green Grocer,

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<ArrayOfSets xmlns:xsi="" xmlns:xsd="" xmlns="">
    <name>Green Grocer</name>
    <theme>Creator Expert</theme>
    <themeGroup>Model making</themeGroup>
    <subtheme>Modular Buildings</subtheme>
    <EURetailPrice />
    <availability>Retail - limited</availability>
    <ageMin />
    <ageMax />
    <height />
    <width />
    <depth />
    <weight />


  • HuwHuw Administrator Posts: 7,120
    They are not output via the api yet
  • LebosteinLebostein Member Posts: 54
    Why it is documented? See class definition of a set:

  • HuwHuw Administrator Posts: 7,120
    Ah, OK, you need to use getSet, not getSets to return the tags and other textual information about a specific set.
  • LebosteinLebostein Member Posts: 54
    Ah!! Thanks!!
  • misiak007misiak007 Member Posts: 2
    Hi there, I see that you are experts in how to get XML. I am not a developer, and I need an XML for all sets, but I do not how to build it. Can you please give me some example hot the URL should look like?
    I need:
    - All sets SetId and EAN - or such an XML output as Lobstein have + EAN
    - List of all theme
    A have an API Key. Thank you very much for the help
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