[ic] Ups interface for Ups Online Tools
db at kavod.com
Tue Jul 18 13:25:55 EDT 2006
* Thomas J.M. Burton <tom at globalfocusdm.com> [2006-07-17 16:12]:
> >I have placed a tarball of my implementation of the Ups Online Tools at
> >http://ic2.paymentonline.com/ups/ups.tar.gz. It is basically a replacement
> >for Business::UPS. It also includes a modified ups-query tag and
> >shipping.asc. I have done some testing on it, but it was thrown together
> >fairly quickly.
> >Read the README file to see a quick installation guide. You will also need
> >one of the perl SSL modules installed and XML::Simple. If you use one of
> >the payment gateway modules that uses ssl, you should be ok for ssl.
> >XML::Simple I think you will have to grab from cpan. There might be more
> >dependancies also, I can't remember since I am using freebsd and installed
> >using a port.
> >One thing it does do is move some functionality out of the perl module and
> >into Interchange itself. So you can now configure your pickup type, set
> >packaging type in shipping.asc if you wish, etc..
> >And don't use this if you aren't familiar with Interchange. If it breaks
> >something, it's on your head. It works for me, but your setup might be
> Hi everyone,
> I found this post searching the archives for info on integrating the UPS
> OnLine Tools. The link no longer works and I'm wondering if this tarball
> is still available anywhere. A client of mine is switching to UPS
> exclusively for their shipping, and I need to change from using the
> internal lookup method for their shipping rates to either Interchange's
> online lookup or the UPS Online Tools lookup.
I would recommend you take a look at my Business::Shipping module, which
features an online (UPS Online Tools) and offline mode of operation. The
offline mode is much faster, obviously, but you have run the "update fuel
surcharge" script once per month from cron, and I release new data modules
for it every year coinciding with UPS.
Daniel Browning <db at kavod.com> - Kavod Technologies. Random Fortune:
You no sooner get your head above water but what someone pulls
your flippers off.
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