Each wish list has a collection of wish list details. Each wish list detail represents a product that has been added to the wish list.
When adding a product to the wish list, you can use either the WishlistAdder class or manually do it using the API. In the For developers: Use the WishlistAdder class article, you will find more information about how to add details using it. In this section you can also find information about how to do this via API.
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