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Drupal Commerce now supported in ShipRush

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Drupal Commerce is now supported in ShipRush.

Drupal Commerce users get ShipRush free of charge for FedEx shipping. For postal shipping, choose between free ShipRush USPS (add postage yourself, appropriate for shippers who do less than five labels a day) and ShipRush for Stamps.com (free trial for first 60 days, then $29.95/month).

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  1. toddwoof's Avatar
    We have this implemented in Drupal7/Commerce, but it pulls in all orders including those with no shipping weight (example: event registrations or e-books). How can we set it to only pull in shippable orders?
  2. SYSOPS's Avatar
    Hello Toddwoof,
    We do not filter orders based on weight, but rather status.

    The default status types we pull for Drupal7 with Commerce:
    define("DRUPAL_RETRIEVE_ORDER_STATUS_1_PENDING",1) ;
    define("DRUPAL_RETRIEVE_ORDER_STATUS_2_PAYMENT_REC EIVED",1);
    define("DRUPAL_RETRIEVE_ORDER_STATUS_3_PROCESSING" ,1);
    define("DRUPAL_RETRIEVE_ORDER_STATUS_4_DELIVERED", 1);

    Options would be to have those orders that you do not want imported to go to a new unique status type in Drupal that we would not query

    Other option:
    Have ShipRush import all orders, and have a special shipping method indicated on the sale and map that to a service in ShipRush for Do not Ship.

    HTH,
    SYSOPS
  3. SYSOPP's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by toddwoof
    We have this implemented in Drupal7/Commerce, but it pulls in all orders including those with no shipping weight (example: event registrations or e-books). How can we set it to only pull in shippable orders?
    This means you enter weights in Drupal first, and then want to ship?

    If that is a required workflow for your site, you could have a php coder modify the ShipRush plugin for Drupal to only retrieve orders with weights.

    Alternately, you can mod your workflow to use ShipRush to enter the weights. (Or, use filtering in ShipRush & ShipRush Web to only "see" the orders with weights.)
  4. toddwoof's Avatar
    Okay, thanks for the notes. We tried setting non-shippable orders to a new status, but that breaks other things. In this case the status value is also used by quickbooks web connect -- so making the items not show up by creating a new status also makes them not transfer to quickbooks.

    We do have shipping weight entered for all shippable items in Drupal, so we can look into customizing the plugin to only pull orders with weights.
  5. toddwoof's Avatar
    duplicate post removed
  6. SYSOPP's Avatar
    Todd,

    Perhaps post to the forum area?

    (I am concerned the support team may not see the thread here in the blog area.)
  7. SYSOPP's Avatar
    Also, fwiw, note that you can tweak the php in ShippingZDrupal.php to send to ShipRush any orders you want... The stock setup is built to work with a vanilla Drupal setup and workflow. Massage the php to taste!