[ic] FedEx Shipping WWW Lookup

Christopher Wenham cwenham at synesmedia.com
Thu Oct 28 01:10:03 EDT 2004

On Wednesday 27 October 2004 21:05, Russell Mann wrote:
> I've read through all the docs on synesmedia.com and cpan and can't seem to
> track this one down.  Has anyone else experienced this?  Or tracked it
> down? Or any clues as to how to hunt it down?

 It could be that the tag isn't getting a tracking number.

 In the tag itself, look for this line and un-comment it (remove the #):

#Debug("Tracking number: $trackingnum");

 You might also comment-out the next two lines that attempt to save the label 

 Next, make sure Interchange is running in debug mode ("Variable  DEBUG  1" in 
interchange.cfg) and watch the /tmp/icdebug file (or wherever) while you test 
the tag again. If it's not getting a tracking number, then there's probably 
something going wrong elsewhere.

 To get more debugging information, look up to the line with:

my $t = Business::FedEx::DirectConnect->new(uri=> $opt->{target_url}
                        ,acc => $opt->{acct_num}
                        ,meter => $opt->{meter_num}
                        ,referer => $opt->{referer}
                        ,host=> $opt->{gateway}
                        ,Debug => 0

 Change to ",Debug  => 1" and restart Interchange. The icdebug file should now 
dump out the conversation with FedEx's servers.


Chris Wenham - Synesmedia, Inc.
516-620-4110 / 1-888-255-7573

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