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Attribute Remove

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Module: Product Attribute Set API

Resource: product_attribute_set


Allows you to remove an existing attribute from an attribute set.


Type Name Description
string sessionId
Session ID
attributeId Attribute ID
attributeSetId Attribute set ID


Type Name Description
boolean isRemoved True if the attribute is removed from an attribute set


Fault Code Fault Message
104 Attribute set with requested id does not exist.
106 Attribute with requested id does not exist.
110 Error while removing attribute from attribute set. Details in error message.
111 Requested attribute is not in requested attribute set.


Request Example SOAP V1
$proxy = new SoapClient('http://magentohost/api/soap/?wsdl');
$sessionId = $proxy->login('apiUser', 'apiKey');

$setId = 5;
$attributeId = 83;

$result = $proxy->call(
Request Example SOAP V2
$proxy = new SoapClient('http://magentohost/api/v2_soap/?wsdl'); // TODO : change url
$sessionId = $proxy->login('apiUser', 'apiKey'); // TODO : change login and pwd if necessary

$result = $proxy->catalogProductAttributeSetAttributeRemove($sessionId, '5', '83');
Request Example SOAP V2 (WS-I Compliance Mode)
$proxy = new SoapClient('http://magentohost/api/v2_soap/?wsdl');

$sessionId = $proxy->login((object)array('username' => 'apiUser', 'apiKey' => 'apiKey'));

$result = $proxy->catalogProductAttributeSetAttributeRemove((object)array('sessionId' => $sessionId->result, 'attributeId' => '5', 'attributeSetId' => '83'));