[ic] shipping charges and weights...

Mark Weaver mark at americanmicroinc.com
Thu May 20 09:32:46 EDT 2004

Steve wrote:

>>Subject: Re: [ic] shipping charges and weights...
>>Hi Steve,
>>Again, thank you for all your help with this. It is greatly appreciated.
>>I guess I should let you know that our test server is running 5.0.1. I
>>suppose it would be a good idea to get the test server running the same
>>thing the production server is running to make sure everything with work
>>there as well.  I'm noticing that the learning curve for Interchange is
>>quite steep!
>>What is the value in SHIP_DEFAULT_MODE to specify the method GNDCOMI as
>>the default shipping method, or shouldn't I even be concerned about this
>>and just use uspg as the default? I'm a lilttle unclear how this is
>>supposed to work. Does IC default to GNDCOMI when GNDCOM ( UPS Ground
>>Commercial ) is unable to deal with doing the shipping?
>>Mark Weaver
>>American Micro - Webmaster
> You have to edit the selected shipping methods in your country table.
> Here is what we are currently using for
> code 	shipmodes
> GNDCOM  I think was foundation default.
> I usually copy the existing shipping method then create a new one. I called
> it GNDCOMI for internal lookups, same goes for 3 Day Select, 2 Day, and Next
> day air.
> The defualt GNDCOM also used the internet to lookup UPS rates - I had a few
> connection problems with the online lookups returning shipping with 0 -
> internal lookups are much faster.
> Make sure you restart, or apply changes each time you change the country
> table, or your shipping.asc file.
> It took me a while to get these shipping methods to work, with a little
> patience it'll come... just keep pluggin' away.
> Cheers
> -Steve

thanks Steve... we're getting there. Now on the check out page its 
telling me this:

No match found for mode 'GNDCOMI', quantity '32', returning 0.

What exactly is it saying to me?

Mark Weaver
American Micro - Webmaster

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