Name

ups-query —

ATTRIBUTES

Attribute Pos. Req. Default Description
mode Yes
origin Yes
zip Yes
weight Yes
query Yes
aggregate
cache_table
interpolate     0 interpolate output?
hide     0 Hide the tag return value?

DESCRIPTION

BEHAVIOR

This tag appears to be affected by, or affects, the following:
Catalog Variables: UPS_ORIGIN, UPS_COUNTRY_FIELD, UPS_POSTCODE_FIELD, UPS_QUERY_MODULO, UPS_COUNTRY_REMAP

EXAMPLES

No examples are available at this time. We do consider this a problem and will try to supply some.

NOTES

AVAILABILITY

ups-query is available in Interchange versions:

4.6.0-5.7.0 (git-head)

SOURCE

Interchange 5.7.0:

Source: code/UserTag/ups_query.tag
Lines: 259


# Copyright 2002-2007 Interchange Development Group and others
# 
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.  See the LICENSE file for details.
# 
# $Id: ups_query.tag,v 1.12 2007-03-30 23:40:57 pajamian Exp $

UserTag  ups-query  Order    mode origin zip weight country
UserTag  ups-query  addAttr
UserTag  ups-query  Version  $Revision: 1.12 $
UserTag  ups-query  Routine  <<EOR
sub {
my( $mode, $origin, $zip, $weight, $country, $opt) = @_;
$opt ||= {};
BEGIN {
eval {
require Business::UPS;
import Business::UPS;
};
};

$origin    = $::Variable->{UPS_ORIGIN}
 if ! $origin;
$country  = $::Values->{$::Variable->{UPS_COUNTRY_FIELD}}
 if ! $country;
$zip    = $::Values->{$::Variable->{UPS_POSTCODE_FIELD}}
   if ! $zip;

my $modulo = $opt->{aggregate};

if($modulo and $modulo < 10) {
 $modulo = $::Variable->{UPS_QUERY_MODULO} || 150;
}
elsif(! $modulo) {
$modulo = 9999999;
}

$country = uc $country;

my %exception;

$exception{UK} = 'GB';

if(! $::Variable->{UPS_COUNTRY_REMAP} ) {
# do nothing
}
elsif ($::Variable->{UPS_COUNTRY_REMAP} =~ /=/) {
my $new = Vend::Util::get_option_hash($::Variable->{UPS_COUNTRY_REMAP});
Vend::Util::get_option_hash(\%exception, $new);
}
else {
Vend::Util::hash_string($::Variable->{UPS_COUNTRY_REMAP}, \%exception);
}

$country = $exception{$country} if $exception{$country};

 # In the U.S., UPS only wants the 5-digit base ZIP code, not ZIP+4
 $country eq 'US' and $zip =~ /^(\d{5})/ and $zip = $1;

#::logDebug("calling with: " . join("|", $mode, $origin, $zip, $weight, $country));
 my $cache;
 my $cache_code;
 my $db;
 my $now;
 my $updated;
 my %cline;
 my $shipping;
 my $zone;
 my $error;

 my $ctable = $opt->{cache_table} || 'ups_cache';


 if($Vend::Database{$ctable}) {
   $Vend::WriteDatabase{$ctable} = 1;
   CACHE: {
     $db = dbref($ctable)
       or last CACHE;
     my $tname = $db->name();
     $cache = 1;
     %cline = (
       weight => $weight,
       origin => $origin,
       country => $country,
       zip  => $zip,
       shipmode => $mode,
     );

     my @items;
     # reverse sort makes zip first
     for(reverse sort keys %cline) {
       push @items, "$_ = " . $db->quote($cline{$_}, $_);
     }

     my $string = join " AND ", @items;
     my $q = qq{SELECT code,cost,updated from $tname WHERE $string};
     my $ary = $db->query($q);
     if($ary and $ary->[0] and $cache_code = $ary->[0][0]) {
       $shipping = $ary->[0][1];
       $updated = $ary->[0][2];
       $now = time();
       if($now - $updated > 86000) {
         undef $shipping;
         $updated = $now;
       }
       elsif($shipping <= 0) {
         $error = $shipping;
         $shipping = 0;
       }
     }
   }
 }

 my $w = $weight;
 my $maxcost;
 my $tmpcost;

 unless(defined $shipping) {
   $shipping = 0;
   while($w > $modulo) {
     $w -= $modulo;
     if($maxcost) {
       $shipping += $maxcost;
       next;
     }

     ($maxcost, $zone, $error) = getUPS( $mode, $origin, $zip, $modulo, $country);
     if($error) {
       $Vend::Session->{ship_message} .= " $mode: $error";
       return 0;
     }
     $shipping += $maxcost;
   }

   undef $error;
   ($tmpcost, $zone, $error) = getUPS( $mode, $origin, $zip, $w, $country);

   $shipping += $tmpcost;
   if($cache and $shipping) {
     $cline{updated} = $now || time();
     $cline{cost} = $shipping || $error;
     $db->set_slice($cache_code, \%cline);
   }
 }

 if($error) {
   $Vend::Session->{ship_message} .= " $mode: $error";
   return 0;
 }
 return $shipping;
}
EOR

UserTag  ups-query  Documentation <<EOD

=head1 NAME

ups-query tag -- calculate UPS costs via www

=head1 SYNOPSIS

 [ups-query
    weight=NNN
    origin=45056*
    zip=61821*
    country=US*
    mode=MODE
    aggregate=N*
 ]
 
=head1 DESCRIPTION

Calculates UPS costs via the WWW using Business::UPS.

Options:

=over 4

=item weight

Weight in pounds. (required)

=item mode

Any valid Business::UPS mode (required). Example: 1DA,2DA,GNDCOM

=item origin

Origin zip code. Default is $Variable->{UPS_ORIGIN}.

=item zip

Destination zip code. Default $Values->{zip}.

=item country

Destination country. Default $Values->{country}.

=item aggregate

If 1, aggregates by a call to weight=150 (or $Variable->{UPS_QUERY_MODULO}).
Multiplies that times number necessary, then runs a call for the
remainder. In other words:

 [ups-query weight=400 mode=GNDCOM aggregate=1]

is equivalent to:

 [calc]
   [ups-query weight=150 mode=GNDCOM] + 
   [ups-query weight=150 mode=GNDCOM] + 
   [ups-query weight=100 mode=GNDCOM];
 [/calc]

If set to a number above 10, will be the modulo to do repeated calls by. So:

 [ups-query weight=400 mode=GNDCOM aggregate=100]

is equivalent to:

 [calc]
   [ups-query weight=100 mode=GNDCOM] + 
   [ups-query weight=100 mode=GNDCOM] + 
   [ups-query weight=100 mode=GNDCOM] + 
   [ups-query weight=100 mode=GNDCOM];
 [/calc]

=item cache_table

Set to the name of a table (default ups_cache) which can cache the
calls so repeated calls for the same values will not require repeated
calls to UPS.

Table needs to be set up with:

 Database   ups_cache        ship/ups_cache.txt         __SQLDSN__
 Database   ups_cache        AUTO_SEQUENCE  ups_cache_seq
 Database   ups_cache        DEFAULT_TYPE varchar(12)
 Database   ups_cache        INDEX  weight origin zip shipmode country

And have the fields:

  code weight origin zip country shipmode cost updated

Typical cached data will be like:

 code  weight  origin  zip  country  shipmode  cost  updated
 14  11  45056  99501  US  2DA  35.14  1052704130
 15  11  45056  99501  US  1DA  57.78  1052704130
 16  11  45056  99501  US  2DA  35.14  1052704132
 17  11  45056  99501  US  1DA  57.78  1052704133

Cache expires in one day.

=back

EOD

AUTHORS

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