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doubleplus



Joined: 04 Dec 2003
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 04, 2003 12:40 pm    Post subject: flexibility/reprogrammability? Reply with quote

I have a client with an unusual requirement. He has a gift basket business that takes multiple Ship To addresses - one for each basket. Currently he is doing this by placing the Ship To fields as Miva Merchant attributes, and does not use the Ship To fields in the checkout at all.

Is there any possibility ShopInvoice could be configured to take the attribute fields and insert them into the Ship To fields in ShopInvoice? How about if some custom programming was done?

If this is not possible, another alternative is to use the Copernicus Shipping SuperMod module ([url]www.copernicusllc.com[/url]). It takes multiple Ship To addresses. Is ShopInvoice compatable with this module?

Thanks.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 04, 2003 2:23 pm    Post subject: Re: flexibility/reprogrammability? Reply with quote

Hello,

ShopInvoice supports the standard Miva Merchant database schema for shipping packages. ShopInvoice can be used to create multiple shipments/packages for the same order. However, if those additional shipments/packages require addresses other than the standard single shipping address that was specified by the customer at the time of checkout, they will need to be manually entered.

Custom programming to support multiple ship-to addresses is not available at this time.

Best regards,

Interapptive, Inc.
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