RPerez007 Posted May 25, 2011 Share Posted May 25, 2011 This is not a question but a finding that I hope helps someone. In dealing with the UPS module 1.3.9 I noticed I was not getting cost for Residential addresses which cost more nor was I getting pricing for routes UPS calls "Extended" routes. (Never knew that even existed). Looking over the UPS XML guidelines I came across this line of text. <AddressLine1></AddressLine1> I included this XML code into my XML text that is sent to UPS from the module and BAM! I got correct shipping costs for residential addresses and extended routes. Here's where I inserted the code so if someone wants to "update" the UPS module, that would be great. (I'm still very new to osC) Look for: <Address> <City></City> <StateProvinceCode></StateProvinceCode> etc... Change to: <Address> <AddressLine1></AddressLine1> <City></City> <StateProvinceCode></StateProvinceCode> etc... And you will have to update your code to include the street address be fed into the XML file. When you send the data to UPS, it should give the shipping cost with consideration on whether UPS considers the address to be commercial or residential, (Mind you, UPS determines whether it's commercial or residential) and whether it's an extended route for UPS. I hope this is helpful to someone. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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