The data for SKU [%s] conflicts with previously submitted data.
This error occurs when a product you are creating appears to be identical to another product
you have already created. Common reasons why this may be the case include the following:
You did not provide a sufficient amount of product data to distinguish this product
(Product B) from another of your products (Product A).
You provided a StandardProductID for this product (Product B) which is already
associated with another one of your products (Product A).
You are resubmitting product data under a new SKU for a product which you previously
sold on Amazon.com but failed to properly delete.
To resolve this error, you should:
Compare the StandardProductID value for this product (Product B) with the
StandardProductID values previously submitted for other products.
If you have already submitted data for another product (Product A) with the same
StandardProductID as this product (Product B), determine whether Product B is intended to
be same as or different than Product A.
If Product A and Product B are the same product, you cannot sell the same product under
two different SKUs. To stick with Product A, simply stop submitting data for Product B. To
proceed with product B, delete Product A and resubmit your data for Product B.
If Product A and Product B are different products, modify the StandardProductID for one
of the products and augment your product data to provide additional distinguishing
This error can be very difficult to troubleshoot if you have not saved your previous product
data submissions. If you are unable to solve this error with the troubleshooting steps above,
please contact us using the link at the bottom of this page for technical support.