Dash Replenishment Service Glossary
This section defines common terms used throughout the Amazon Dash Replenishment Service (DRS) documentation.
- Amazon Standard Identification Number (ASIN)
- Amazon SNS
- The AWS Simple Notification Service that makes it easy to set up, operate, and send notifications from the cloud.
- An identifier created by Amazon used to represent a specific device model. You will be provided with a
CompositeIdafter you've created a DRS-enabled device.
- The end user of a device, who has an Amazon account.
- The act of disassociating a device from a customer’s Amazon account.
- A hardware item that the customer can purchase, register, deregister, or manage as a single entity. It is possible for a device to have multiple consumable products that are reordered through Amazon Dash Replenishment.
- Device Maker
- A manufacturer of a device that integrates with DRS.
- DRS Settings Page (DSP)
- A page available to customers on Amazon, and within a device’s companion website or app, where customers can view and modify their Amazon Dash Replenishment settings, including automatic reordering status and the ASINs that will be automatically reordered.
- Login with Amazon (LWA)
- The system that allows customers to log into their Amazon account from non-Amazon websites and devices. A device, or its companion website or app, receives a token from LWA that allows it to place Amazon orders.
- Short for Login with Amazon
- Manage Your Content and Devices (MYCD)
- MYCD is an Amazon page that enables customers to manage device settings.
- Primary Device Page (PDP)
- The first page in a device’s companion website or app that provides details and/or status on the customer’s device. The PDP is often the first screen displayed in the companion website or app.
- The act of associating a device with an Amazon customer account using a unique device identifier. Amazon will maintain the authoritative DRS Device Registration status (registered or unregistered) and communicate that status to the device maker.
- The action a customer takes to authorize a device to place orders for specific ASINs from Amazon. A successful DRS Device Registration is a requirement for subscription – a device must be registered and subscribed to successfully place an order. Amazon maintains the authoritative DRS subscription status (subscribed or unsubscribed) and communicates the status to device makers using Amazon SNS notifications.
- The action a customer takes to revoke authorization for a device to place orders from Amazon.