Shipment Specifications

In Logicbroker the shipment's purpose is to provide all information related to shipping ordered items. This will include quantities shipped, tracking information, container codes (GS1-128 if required) and carrier information.

 Tip:

It is important to understand what kind of shipments are being transmitted. Freight shipments sent to a distribution center or warehouses are typically treated differently then a shipment to a residential property. This may include providing GS1-128 labels on all packages or sending pallet information. If you have questions for a specific partner and requirements please contact support.

Not all shipments require a GS1-128 code and label, which will be supplied in the ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.ContainerCode field. In most cases the ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.TrackingNumber will be used to identify each unique package/carton.

 Note:

If you need to implement a GS1-128 label and code we can generate both the code and label automatically verifying full compliance across all your partners. For more info contact us.

When receiving as shipment against your order, it will effect the status of that order. If all quantities on the order are shipped the status of the order will automatically update to Ready to Invoice (600) or Complete (1000) if no invoice is required. It is important that the PartnerPO and all SupplierSKU data on the shipment matches the order otherwise the shipment will be non-compliant and will not transmit.  

 Note:

If you need to cancel items from an order and do not want to implement an Acknowledgement document type integration, you can use the shipment. Contact us for more details.

The structure shown below in Field Descriptions follows Logicbroker's standard schema across all document formats; this includes JSON, EDI, XML, CSV, and Portal. The EDI segments are listed next to each field to indicate what field maps to the standard 856 EDI from the Logicbroker schema.

 Tip:

If you are integrating via API and need the full model schema see our API Console.

Details and Sample Files

JSON
Download JSON Samples

 

Click the link above to download the samples. All fields listed below reflect the model schema for the Logicbroker standard JSON. For example the snippet below would match the field name ShipToAddress.CompanyName in the Field Descriptions below.

  "ShipToAddress": {
    "CompanyName": "Warehouse 123"
  }

If there is a field that is missing in the structure you can add custom fields as an extended attribute on the header level or item level; see example below. Note when a custom field is added, you will need to notify Logicbroker to ensure it is mapped to your partners.

    "ExtendedAttributes": [
    {
      "Name": "EXAMPLE",
      "Value": "Portal"
    },
    {
      "Name": "EXAMPLE2",
      "Value": "New Value"
    }
  ]

The value in the field descriptions documentation will show as ExtendedAttribute.EXAMPLE and for line items ShipmentLine.ExtendedAttribute.EXAMPLE.

All shipments must include package/carton information. This data is provided in the ShipmentInfos array. There is a header level ShipmentInfos which will be used to define pallets and there are item level ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfos to indicate the quantity shipped in each package/carton; this is always required. An example of the different hierarchies are shown below:

Standard (No Pallet)

Notice the quantity shipped will always be entered under the ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo in Qty. This is to show how much of each quantity is shipped in each package/container. All carrier and tracking information is also required and provided here. The Quantity field is not required and will auto-populate with the total quantity across multiple containers.

{
  "ShipmentLines": [
    {
      "ItemIdentifier": {
        "SupplierSKU": "V-123123"
      },
      "ShipmentInfos": [
        {
          "DateShipped": "2019-01-01T12:00:00",
          "CarrierCode": "FEDG",
          "ClassCode": "FDEG_GD",
          "ServiceLevelCode": "string",
          "TrackingNumber": "TRK11111",
          "ContainerCode": "00086275400000051594",
          "Qty": 15,
          "ContainerType": "CTN",
          "Height": 1.0,
          "Width": 2.0,
          "Length": 3.0,
          "DimensionUnit": "IN",
          "Weight": 0.0,
          "WeightUnit": "LB"
        },
      "ShipmentInfos": [
        {
          "DateShipped": "2019-01-01T12:00:00",
          "CarrierCode": "FEDG",
          "ClassCode": "FDEG_GD",
          "ServiceLevelCode": "string",
          "TrackingNumber": "TRK22222",
          "ContainerCode": "00086275400000051595",
          "Qty": 5,
          "ContainerType": "CTN",
          "Height": 1.0,
          "Width": 2.0,
          "Length": 3.0,
          "DimensionUnit": "IN",
          "Weight": 0.0,
          "WeightUnit": "LB"
        },
      ],
      "Quantity": 20,
      "QuantityUOM": "EA",
      "LineNumber": "1"
    }
  ]
}

With Pallet

In the case of sending pallet info and to indicate which cartons will be shipped on each pallet, the ShipmentInfo.ContainerCode on the header level will match the ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.ShipmentContainerParentCode. The container code will typically be a GS1-128 code.

{
  "ShipmentInfos": [
    {
      "DateShipped": "0001-01-01T00:00:00",
      "ContainerCode": "00086275400000051600",
      "ContainerType": "PLT",
      "Height": 4.0,
      "Width": 4.0,
      "Length": 5.0,
      "DimensionUnit": "IN",
      "Weight": 0.0,
      "WeightUnit": "LB"
    }
  ],
  "ShipmentLines": [
    {
      "ItemIdentifier": {
        "SupplierSKU": "V-123123"
      },
      "ShipmentInfos": [
        {
          "DateShipped": "2019-01-01T12:00:00",
          "CarrierCode": "FEDG",
          "ClassCode": "FDEG_GD",
          "ServiceLevelCode": "string",
          "TrackingNumber": "TRK11111",
          "ContainerCode": "00086275400000051594",
          "Qty": 15,
          "ContainerType": "CTN",
          "ShipmentContainerParentCode": "00086275400000051600",
          "Height": 1.0,
          "Width": 2.0,
          "Length": 3.0,
          "DimensionUnit": "IN",
          "Weight": 0.0,
          "WeightUnit": "LB"
        },
      "ShipmentInfos": [
        {
          "DateShipped": "2019-01-01T12:00:00",
          "CarrierCode": "FEDG",
          "ClassCode": "FDEG_GD",
          "ServiceLevelCode": "string",
          "TrackingNumber": "TRK22222",
          "ContainerCode": "00086275400000051595",
          "ShipmentContainerParentCode": "00086275400000051600",
          "Qty": 5,
          "ContainerType": "CTN",
          "Height": 1.0,
          "Width": 2.0,
          "Length": 3.0,
          "DimensionUnit": "IN",
          "Weight": 0.0,
          "WeightUnit": "LB"
        },
      ],
      "Quantity": 20,
      "QuantityUOM": "EA",
      "LineNumber": "1"
    }
  ]
}

 For Suppliers:

To learn more about how to integrate sending shipments using the JSON format see this link.

 For Retailers:

To learn more about how to integrate receiving shipments from your partners using the JSON format see this link.

XML
Download XML Samples + XSD

 

Click the link above to download the samples and XSD. All fields listed below reflect the model schema for the Logicbroker standard XML. For example the snippet below would match the field name ShipToAddress.CompanyName in the Field Descriptions below.

  <ShipToAddress>
    <CompanyName>Merchant Co</CompanyName>
  </ShipToAddress>

If there is a field that is missing in the structure you can add custom fields as an extended attribute on the header level or item level; see example below. Note when a custom field is added, you will need to notify Logicbroker to ensure it is mapped to your partners.

  <ExtendedAttributes>
    <ExtendedAttribute>
      <Name>Example</Name>
      <Value>Portal</Value>
    </ExtendedAttribute>
    <ExtendedAttribute>
      <Name>Example2</Name>
      <Value>NewValue</Value>
    </ExtendedAttribute>
  </ExtendedAttributes>

The value in the field descriptions documentation will show as ExtendedAttribute.EXAMPLE and for line items ShipmentLine.ExtendedAttribute.EXAMPLE.

All shipments must include package/carton information. This data is provided in the ShipmentInfos array. There is a header level ShipmentInfos which will be used to define pallets and there are item level ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfos to indicate the quantity shipped in each package/carton; this is always required. An example of the different hierarchies are shown below:

Standard (No Pallet)

Notice the quantity shipped will always be entered under the ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo in Qty. This is to show how much of each quantity is shipped in each package/container. All carrier and tracking information is also required and provided here. The Quantity field is not required and will auto-populate with the total quantity across multiple containers.

<Shipment xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
  <ShipmentLines>
    <ShipmentLine>
      <ItemIdentifier>
        <SupplierSKU>V-123123</SupplierSKU>
      </ItemIdentifier>
      <ShipmentInfos>
        <ShipmentInfo>
          <DateShipped>2019-01-01T12:00:00</DateShipped>
          <CarrierCode>FEDG1</CarrierCode>
          <ClassCode>FDEG_GD</ClassCode>
          <ServiceLevelCode>string</ServiceLevelCode>
          <TrackingNumber>TRK11111</TrackingNumber>
          <ContainerCode>00086275400000051594</ContainerCode>
          <Qty>15</Qty>
          <ContainerType>CTN</ContainerType>
          <Height>1</Height>
          <Width>2</Width>
          <Length>3</Length>
          <DimensionUnit>IN</DimensionUnit>
          <Weight>0</Weight>
          <WeightUnit>LB</WeightUnit>
        </ShipmentInfo>
        <ShipmentInfo>
          <DateShipped>2019-01-01T12:00:00</DateShipped>
          <CarrierCode>FEDG1</CarrierCode>
          <ClassCode>FDEG_GD</ClassCode>
          <ServiceLevelCode>string</ServiceLevelCode>
          <TrackingNumber>TRK22222</TrackingNumber>
          <ContainerCode>00086275400000051595</ContainerCode>
          <Qty>5</Qty>
          <ContainerType>CTN</ContainerType>
          <Height>1</Height>
          <Width>2</Width>
          <Length>3</Length>
          <DimensionUnit>IN</DimensionUnit>
          <Weight>0</Weight>
          <WeightUnit>LB</WeightUnit>
        </ShipmentInfo>
      </ShipmentInfos>
      <Quantity>20</Quantity>
      <QuantityUOM>EA</QuantityUOM>
      <LineNumber>1</LineNumber>
    </ShipmentLine>
  </ShipmentLines>
</Shipment>

With Pallet

In the case of sending pallet info and to indicate which cartons will be shipped on each pallet, the ShipmentInfo.ContainerCode on the header level will match the ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.ShipmentContainerParentCode. The container code will typically be a GS1-128 code.

<Shipment xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
  <ShipmentInfos>
    <ShipmentInfo>
      <DateShipped>0001-01-01T00:00:00</DateShipped>
      <ContainerCode>00086275400000051600</ContainerCode>
      <ContainerType>PLT</ContainerType>
      <Height>4</Height>
      <Width>4</Width>
      <Length>5</Length>
      <DimensionUnit>IN</DimensionUnit>
      <Weight>0</Weight>
      <WeightUnit>LB</WeightUnit>
    </ShipmentInfo>
  </ShipmentInfos>
  <ShipmentLines>
    <ShipmentLine>
      <ItemIdentifier>
        <SupplierSKU>V-123123</SupplierSKU>
      </ItemIdentifier>
      <ShipmentInfos>
        <ShipmentInfo>
          <DateShipped>2019-01-01T12:00:00</DateShipped>
          <CarrierCode>FEDG1</CarrierCode>
          <ClassCode>FDEG_GD</ClassCode>
          <ServiceLevelCode>string</ServiceLevelCode>
          <TrackingNumber>TRK11111</TrackingNumber>
          <ContainerCode>00086275400000051594</ContainerCode>
          <Qty>15</Qty>
          <ContainerType>CTN</ContainerType>
          <ShipmentContainerParentCode>00086275400000051600</ShipmentContainerParentCode>
          <Height>1</Height>
          <Width>2</Width>
          <Length>3</Length>
          <DimensionUnit>IN</DimensionUnit>
          <Weight>0</Weight>
          <WeightUnit>LB</WeightUnit>
        </ShipmentInfo>
        <ShipmentInfo>
          <DateShipped>2019-01-01T12:00:00</DateShipped>
          <CarrierCode>FEDG1</CarrierCode>
          <ClassCode>FDEG_GD</ClassCode>
          <ServiceLevelCode>string</ServiceLevelCode>
          <TrackingNumber>TRK22222</TrackingNumber>
          <ContainerCode>00086275400000051595</ContainerCode>
          <Qty>5</Qty>
          <ContainerType>CTN</ContainerType>
          <ShipmentContainerParentCode>00086275400000051600</ShipmentContainerParentCode>
          <Height>1</Height>
          <Width>2</Width>
          <Length>3</Length>
          <DimensionUnit>IN</DimensionUnit>
          <Weight>0</Weight>
          <WeightUnit>LB</WeightUnit>
        </ShipmentInfo>
      </ShipmentInfos>
      <Quantity>20</Quantity>
      <QuantityUOM>EA</QuantityUOM>
      <LineNumber>1</LineNumber>
    </ShipmentLine>
  </ShipmentLines>
</Shipment>

 For Suppliers:

To learn more about how to integrate sending shipments using the XML format see this link.

 For Retailers:

To learn more about how to integrate receiving shipments from your partners using the XML format see this link.

EDI
Download EDI Specs and Samples

 

Click the link above to download the standard 856 specification and samples. All fields listed below reflect the model schema for the Logicbroker standard 856. For example the snippet below would match the EDI field name N102 (ST) - ShipToAddress.CompanyName in the Field Descriptions below. The value in the parenthesis (ST) will represent the qualifier in the previous element; in this case its N101.

N1*ST*Merchant Co~

For EDI fields in a loop, such as line items, they will be identified by being separated with a ":" for example HL*I:LIN103 (VN) would be represented below. "HL*I:" indicates the element is under the HL item loop. LIN02 identifies the element value and again the parenthesis "(VN)" represents the related qualifier of "VN" present in LIN02.

HL*5*4*I~
LIN*1*VN*49-98760*IN*J07874*UP*123456789012~
SN1**298*EA~

All shipments must include package/carton information. There is a header level HL*T loop which will be used to define pallet information and the pack level HL*P loop will contain item and quantity shipped info per each package/carton; this is always required. An example of the different hierarchies is shown below:

Standard (No Pallet)

Notice the quantity shipped will always be entered under the SN1 segment. This is to show how much of each quantity is shipped in each package/container. The HL02 loop will indicate what container the items belong to, this is the parent Id. The MAN*CP will contain tracking information and MAN*GM will normally be the GS1-128 code if required.

In the example shown this is a SOPI (Shipment, Order, Pack, Item) structure and shows one line item getting shipped in 2 different packages/cartons.

HL*3*2*P~
PO4**********4*3*2*IN~
TD1*CTN*1****G*20*LB~
MAN*CP*564564654654~
MAN*GM*081034001000008795~
HL*4*3*I~
LIN*1*VN*49-98760*IN*J07874*UP*123456789012~
SN1**298*EA~
HL*5*2*P~
PO4**********4*3*2*IN~
TD1*CTN*1****G*20*LB~
MAN*CP*854545488888~
MAN*GM*081034001000008818~
HL*6*5*I~
LIN*1*VN*49-98760*IN*J07874*UP*123456789012~
SN1**1*EA~

With Pallet

In the example shown this is a SOTPI (Shipment, Order, Tare, Pack, Item) structure and shows shipping one pallet with one line item getting shipped in 2 different packages/cartons under that pallet. The HL02 loop will show the parent Id and will indicate what pallet and container the items belong to. 

HL*3*2*T~
TD1*PLT*1****G*400*LB*1000*IN~
REF*ZH*1Z324323~
MAN*GM*181034001000008808~
HL*4*3*P~
PO4**********4*3*2*IN~
TD1*CTN*1****G*20*LB~
MAN*CP*564564654654~
MAN*GM*081034001000008795~
HL*5*4*I~
LIN*3*VN*49-98760*IN*J07874*UP*123456789012~
SN1**298*EA~
HL*6*3*P~
PO4**********4*3*2*IN~
TD1*CTN*1****G*20*LB~
MAN*CP*854545488888~
MAN*GM*081034001000008818~
HL*7*6*I~
LIN*1*VN*49-98760*IN*J07874*UP*123456789012~
SN1**1*EA~

 For Suppliers:

To learn more about how to integrate sending shipments using the EDI format see this link.

 For Retailers:

To learn more about how to integrate receiving shipments from your partners using the EDI format see this link.

CSV
Download CSV Samples

 

Click the link above to download the CSV samples. Note by default if you are retrieving shipments from Logicbroker's SFTP/FTP a simplified version will be provided, the sample is annotated with EXPORT.

To receive the format as listed below in the Field Descriptions, please contact support@logicbroker.com. All fields listed below reflect the model schema for the Logicbroker standard CSV format. For example the snippet below would match the field name ShipToAddress.CompanyName in the Field Descriptions below.

Id,ShipToAddress.CompanyName
221804,Merchant Co

If there is a field that is missing in the structure you can add custom fields as an extended attribute on the header level or item level; see example below. Note when a custom field is added, you will need to notify Logicbroker to ensure it is mapped to your partners.

Id,ExtendedAttribute[Name=EXAMPLE].Value
221804,Portal

The value in the field descriptions documentation will show as ExtendedAttribute.EXAMPLE and for line items ShipmentLine.ExtendedAttribute.EXAMPLE

 Tip:

When submitting or receiving a CSV shipment, each row will be split out for each line item and unique package. Therefore, if one line item is shipped in 2 packages there would be 2 rows for that line indicating a different TrackingNumber or ContainerCode for each row. If you are submitting a Shipment to Logicbroker for creation, the line items will get consolidated into one shipment and containers created appropriately if they share the same ShipmentNumber.

All shipments must include package/carton information. There is a header level ShipmentInfos which will be used to define pallet information and item level ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo which indicate quantity shipped and other container info per each package/carton; this is always required. An example of the different hierarchies is shown below:

Standard (No Pallet)

Quantity will always be provided per package in ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.Qty and ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.TrackingNumber will indicate the package/carton the item is shipped in. 

In the example you can see one line item, is being shipped in 2 different boxes. This will create a shipment with one line containing 2 ShipmentInfos - 2 container/cartons with a total quantity shipped of 20. Being that ShipmentNumber is the same across rows it will create one document. In addition, being that the ShipmentLine.ItemIdentifier.SupplierSKU is the same with different TrackingNumbers across multiple rows will create that one line with multiple cartons.

ShipmentNumber,PartnerPO,ShipmentLine.LineNumber,ShipmentLine.ItemIdentifier.SupplierSKU,ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.TrackingNumber,ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.ContainerCode,ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.Qty
SH111111111111,PO1112222,1,V-123SKU,TRK1Z000001,081034001000008795,15
SH111111111111,PO1112222,1,V-123SKU,TRK1Z000002,081034001000008765,5

With Pallet

In this example you can see a pallet is identified by the ShipmentInfo.ContainerCode and the package/carton is associated to the pallet by sharing the same code in ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.ShipmentContainerParentCode.

ShipmentNumber,PartnerPO,ShipmentLine.LineNumber,ShipmentLine.ItemIdentifier.SupplierSKU,ShipmentInfo.ContainerCode,ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.ShipmentContainerParentCode,ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.TrackingNumber,ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.ContainerCode,ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.Qty
SH111111111111,PO1112222,1,V-123SKU,00086275400000051600,00086275400000051600,TRK1Z000001,081034001000008795,15
SH111111111111,PO1112222,1,V-123SKU,00086275400000051600,00086275400000051600,TRK1Z000002,081034001000008765,5

 For Suppliers:

To learn more about how to integrate sending shipments using the CSV format see this link.

 For Retailers:

To learn more about how to integrate receiving shipments to your partners using the CSV format see this link.

 Note:

Logicbroker has the ability to create custom specifications for any format and file type. Please contact us and attach any samples of your custom format and we can quickly and easily implement it.

Field Descriptions

 

EDI Field Logicbroker Field Description Requirement

N/A

Identifier.SourceKey

Identifier that will come from the source system; typically this will match the PartnerPO.

Read Only

N/A

Identifier.LogicbrokerKey

ID to identify the document in the logicbroker system.

Read Only

N/A

Identifier.LinkKey

Used to link the document to the original source document. For example, It is best to supply the Order's linkkey when posting a shipment. This will make sure the order shipped quanitites are updated on the original order and all statuses are updated appropriateley.

Optional

N/A

SenderCompanyId

Logicbroker Internal Company ID to specify what company is sending the document.

Required

N/A

ReceiverCompanyId

Logicbroker Internal Company ID to specify what company is to receive the document.

Required

BSN102

ShipmentNumber

Unique ID to identify the shipment.

Required

BSN103

ShipmentDate

Date units are shipped

Required

N/A

DocumentDate

Date the document was created. This field will automatically default with the date the document is created.

Required

HL*O:PRF01

PartnerPO

This will be the purchase order number, this will be the main Key to link all your documents. This should match the order.

Required

HL*O:PRF04

OrderDate

Date on the Purchase Order

Optional - will be pulled from original order if not provided

N/A

OrderNumber

Contains the end customer's order number, this will be used on the packing slip.

Optional

REF02 (BM)

BillofLading

Document number issued by the carrier which contains details of the shipment.

Conditional - if available

REF02 (CN)

PRONumber

Typically used by LTL freight carriers, A PRO number is a series of numbers used by carriers as a reference for freight movement; this is like a tracking number.

Conditional - if available

REF02 (IA)

VendorNumber

This is the internal vendor number provided to the supplier from the merchant. If available it is always recommended to send.

Optional

 

Note

Notes or shipping instructions provided by supplier; see the meaning of the notes on the individual partners notes.

Optional

DTM02 (067)

ExpectedDeliveryDate

Date the shipment is expected to be received at the shipping location.

Required

N/A

Payments.Method

Shipment method of payment. Typical codes received are listed below:

CC: Collect

PO: Prepaid Only

Optional

N102 (ST)

ShipToAddress.CompanyName

ShipToAddress is only required if it is being changed from the Order.

Optional

N201 (ST)

ShipToAddress.FirstName

 

Optional

N202 (ST)

ShipToAddress.LastName

 

Optional

N301 (ST)

ShipToAddress.Address1

 

Optional

N302 (ST)

ShipToAddress.Address2

 

Optional

N401 (ST)

ShipToAddress.City

 

Optional

N402 (ST)

ShipToAddress.State

 

Optional

N404 (ST)

ShipToAddress.Country

 

Optional

N403 (ST)

ShipToAddress.Zip

 

Optional

N104 (ST*92)

ShipToAddress.AddressCode

 

Optional

N1:PER06 (TE)

ShipToAddress.Phone

 

Optional

N1:PER04 (EM)

ShipToAddress.Email

 

Optional

N102 (SF)

ShipFromAddress.CompanyName

ShipFromAddress is not required if you have a rule in place to default for all shipments.

Required

N201 (SF)

ShipFromAddress.FirstName

 

Required

N202 (SF)

ShipFromAddress.LastName

 

Optional

N301 (SF)

ShipFromAddress.Address1

 

Required

N302 (SF)

ShipFromAddress.Address2

 

Required

N401 (SF)

ShipFromAddress.City

 

Required

N402 (SF)

ShipFromAddress.State

 

Required

N404 (SF)

ShipFromAddress.Country

 

Optional

N403 (SF)

ShipFromAddress.Zip

 

Required

N104 (SF*92)

ShipFromAddress.AddressCode

 

Optional

N1:PER06 (TE)

ShipFromAddress.Phone

 

Optional

N1:PER04 (EM)

ShipFromAddress.Email

 

Optional

HL*T:MAN02 (GM)

ShipmentInfo.ContainerCode

SSCC-18 and Application Identifier to be used to identify the pallet. If not provided the tracking number can be used. To identify what cartons belong to the pallet, you will need to enter this value in the "ParentContainerCode" under the "ShipmentInfos" (containers) on the line level.

Conditional - only required if sending a pallet

HL*T:TD101

ShipmentInfo.ContainerType

Use "PLT" to Specify Pallet

Conditional - only required if sending a pallet

HL*T:REF02 (ZH)

ShipmentInfo.TrackingNumber

 

Conditional - only required if sending a pallet

HL*T:TD107

ShipmentInfo.Weight

Total gross weight of the package or carton.

Conditional - only required if sending a pallet

HL*T:TD108

ShipmentInfo.WeightUnit

Weight Unit of Measure for the package or carton.

Conditional - only required if sending a pallet

HL*T:TD109

ShipmentInfo.Length

Length of the container or package.

Conditional - only required if sending a pallet

HL*T:TD109

ShipmentInfo.Width

Width of the container or package.

Conditional - only required if sending a pallet

HL*T:TD109

ShipmentInfo.Height

Height of the container or package. Should be provided in inches.

Conditional - only required if sending a pallet

HL*T:TD110

ShipmentInfo.DimensionUnit

Dimension unit of measure used for Length, Height and Width.

Conditional - only required if sending a pallet

N/A

ExtendedAttribute.EXAMPLE

 

 

HL*I:PID05 (08)

ShipmentLine.Description

Standard short description or name of the product.

Optional

N/A

ShipmentLine.Quantity

Will be copied from the QTY Shipped provided under Shipment Infos.

Read Only

HL*I:LIN101

ShipmentLine.LineNumber

Line Number from the Order. If not provided this will be taked from the order automatically.

Required

HL*I:SN103

ShipmentLine.QuantityUOM

Unit of measure to identify the quantity in the container or package.

Required

N/A

ShipmentLine.Price

Unit cost that the merchant expects to be billed for each unit fulfilled.

Optional

HL*I:LIN105 (IN)

ShipmentLine.ItemIdentifier.PartnerSKU

The Item identifier that is internal to the purchaser/merchant.

Conditional - if received on an order this value should be returned

N/A

ShipmentLine.ItemIdentifier.ManufacturerSKU

Manufacturer's ID for the product.

Conditional - if received on an order this value should be returned

N/A

ShipmentLine.ItemIdentifier.ISBN

International Standard Book Number

Conditional - if received on an order this value should be returned

HL*I:LIN103 (VN)

ShipmentLine.ItemIdentifier.SupplierSKU

The Item Identifier that is used by the supplier or the person fulfilling the product. This will always contain a value.

Required

HL*I:LIN07(UP)

ShipmentLine.ItemIdentifier.UPC

Typically the U.P.C Consumer Package code will be provided; however additional standardized codes can be provided here as well. See specific partner instructions for details.

Conditional - if received on an order this value should be returned

DTM02 (011)

ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.DateShipped

Date the package was shipped. This will updated all header DateShipped values.

Required

HL*P:MAN02 (GM)

ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.ContainerCode

SSCC-18 and Application Identifier to be used to identify the child container. Field is required, hoewever if no value is provided the tracking number will be used as the container code. 

Conditional - Only required if partner requires GS1-128

HL*I:SN102

ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.Qty

Total Qty of the product within the package or container. This quantity will be summed up across all containers and the total will be supplied on the item level "Quantity" field.

Required

HL*P:MAN02 (CP)

ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.TrackingNumber

Tracking number Identifier provided from the carrier to be used to identify the container. If no container code is being used, this will be used as the container code.

Required

TD503

ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.CarrierCode

This will typically be the Standard Carrier Alpha Code (SCAC). If you are using your own custom shipping methods to map "CarrierCode" and "ServiceLevelCode" then this will not be required, however the proper mapped code will need to be provided in the ClassCode.

Required

TD505

ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.ClassCode

The shipping method that will be used to send the merchandise. This can be a free form field or if using the shipment code mappings will need to match the Custom Code that was setup. When sending the Custom Code, the corresponding CarrierCode and Class Code will automatically get populated.

Required

TD512

ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.ServiceLevelCode

Service Level set to ship by the carrier. Check with trading partner to see applicable codes. An example of a few would be:

ND = Next Day

CG = Ground

ON = Overnight

SA = Same Day

If you are using your own custom shipping methods to map "ServiceLevelCode" then you will not need to provide the value, however the proper mapped code will need to be provided in the ClassCode.

Optional

N/A

ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.ShipmentContainerParentCode

SSCC-18 and Application Identifier to be used to identify the pallet. If you are shipping a pallet and need to identify which cartons belong to it, this value needs to match the container code provided on the pallet in the header level "ShipmentInfo"

Optional

HL*P:TD101

ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.ContainerType

Specifies the code used to identify the package type. See specific trading partner for correct codes. "0" will indicate what number pallet is being used. Numbers will start at 0, and increment by 1.

Required

HL*P:TD107

ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.Weight

Total weight of the package or carton. Default will be in pounds.

Required

HL*P:TD108

ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.WeightUnit

Weight Unit of Measure for the package or carton. Default will be in pounds.

Optional

HL*P:PO410

ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.Length

Length of the container or package. To be provided in inches.

Required

HL*P:PO411

ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.Width

Width of the container or package. To be provided in inches.

Required

HL*P:PO412

ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.Height

Height of the container or package. To be provided in inches.

Required

HL*P:PO413

ShipmentLine.ShipmentInfo.DimensionUnit

Dimension for the values in Length, Width and Height fields.

 Optional

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