I know you can log in to Bricklink and download my orders as Excel or many other formats, but I am trying to do it programmatically. Does any one know how to do this though Powershell perhaps?
Can I ask why you would want to use Powershell to download your Bricklink orders, when you can already download them in XML/CSV?– Ambo100 ♦Apr 29, 2015 at 16:24
Well I want a programmatic way of doing it, so I can download my orders automatically once a month and consolidate them because every now and again bricklink removes the order details from the site. I also want to sync it with an online note taking app so I can keep track of what orders I have revived and what I am waiting for because of where I stay postage can take up to 2 months.– justinfApr 29, 2015 at 18:10
So I will upload the outstanding orders to a webpage like evernote and add a few custom columns to make it easy for my wife or me to go to a website see hay these orders are outstanding look for the tracking webiste (cause they vary from shipping location) click the link and see where it is.– justinfApr 29, 2015 at 18:10
Check the Bricklink API feature. I personally have not tried it, but it looks like it should have all the features you need, namely downloading the order list and orders themselves.
1I have seen that , but you have to be a seller to use it . I am only a buyer .– justinfMay 6, 2015 at 4:39