How to get Amazon Refresh Token & Client Secret
The following procedures show you how to register your application
Create a developer profile
Step 1: Log in to account go to Partners Network and then click on Develop Apps
Step 2: Click on proceed to Developer profile
Steps 3: Fill all the necessary details for developer profile
Step 4: After submitting all detail it will go under review
Adding new app client
Step 1: Once the developer profile is approved, click on “Add new app client”
Step 2: Write the name of your app in “App name” and select SP API from the drop-down for API type
Role/IAM ARN – arn:aws:iam::323969140186:role/disconnect_role
You have to choose “sellers” for Business entities supported and then select the roles to which you want to give access. For more details please have a look at the screenshot below for your reference:
Step 3: Go back to the app creation and then click on “authorize”
Step 4: Once you click on authorize, it will redirect you to the page, from where you will get the Refresh Token.
Step 5: For getting a client id and client secret please follow the steps mentioned in the below screenshot
To view your application information and credentials (for private seller applications and for public applications for any type of selling partner)
- Sign into Seller Central using the credentials that you used to register as a developer.
- In the Partner Network menu, click Develop Apps.The Developer Central page displays information about your application(s), including the IAM ARN associated with them.
- Click View under LWA credentials for the application you want.
Your LWA client identifier and client secret for that application appear. You will need these credentials to request an LWA access token. For more information, see Step 1. Request a Login with Amazon access token.
Step 6: You can also find your seller ID via your Amazon Seller Central dashboard. Locate the Account Info tab under the Settings drop-down menu. Once you’re on the Seller Account Information page, you’ll see a Business Information section, which displays your Merchant Token. The Merchant Token is the same as your Amazon merchant ID or Amazon seller ID.
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