[ic] Additional shipping calculation based on @@[email protected]@

Bruno Cantieni bruno at digi-land.com
Wed Sep 13 09:12:42 EDT 2006


 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: interchange-users-bounces at icdevgroup.org 
> [mailto:interchange-users-bounces at icdevgroup.org] On Behalf Of Peter
> Sent: September 12, 2006 5:22 PM
> To: interchange-users at icdevgroup.org
> Subject: Re: [ic] Additional shipping calculation based on @@[email protected]@
> 
> On 09/12/2006 06:28 AM, Bruno Cantieni wrote:
> > Hi all.
> > I have a shipping method where I want the "Additional 
> shipping calculation"
> > (padding) to be based on the total shipping weight.
> > The method is basically plain UPS ground, internal lookup 
> with the  "Total"
> > criteria set to "Weight".
> > I expected the following to work:
> > int((@@[email protected]@/35)+0.5)*10
> > Alas, @@[email protected]@ in this case is actually the raw shipping 
> cost before
> > padding, i.e. simply putting @@[email protected]@ into the "Additional shipping
> > calculation" field effectively doubles the shipping cost :(
> > I'm curious if I misunderstand the @@[email protected]@ usage?
> > I expected @@[email protected]@ to be the shipping weight given the 
> above setup.
> > 
> > In the meantime, replacing the above formula with 
> int(([weight]/35)+0.5)*10
> > actually works as expected (I diddled my Ship.pm to 
> interpolate ITL in
> > adder).
> 
> What's your shipping.asc entry look like?
> 
> Peter

The version which works looks like this:
heat	Heat Safe	weight	0	0	e Nothing to ship!
{'adder' => "int(([weight]/35)+0.5)*10",'geo' => "zip",'ups' => "1",'zone'
=> "zone",'ui_ship_type' => "UPSI",'table' => "NextDayAir",}
heat	Heat Safe Shipping	weight	0	150	u NextDayAir [value
name=zip filter=digits default=45056]		{'PriceDivide' => "1",}
heat	Heat Safe Shipping	weight	150	9999999	e Too heavy for UPS
{'PriceDivide' => "1",}

What I tried was:
heat	Heat Safe	weight	0	0	e Nothing to ship!
{'adder' => "int((@@[email protected]@/35)+0.5)*10",'geo' => "zip",'ups' => "1",'zone'
=> "zone",'ui_ship_type' => "UPSI",'table' => "NextDayAir",}

Bruno



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