|1.||XML Auto Import must be turned on in UPS WorldShip and running while eCC Desktop generates labels.|
|2.||eCC Desktop communicates with WorldShip using the XML Auto-import feature.|
|3.||The xml auto import folder location for UPS WorldShip XML is contained within UPS Worldship.|
To ship using UPS WorldShip, first open the UPS WorldShip Software and start XML Auto Import by going to Import/Export Data >>XML Auto Import. Then click the start button. Once done, return to the eCC Dashboard.
In UPS WorldShip 2014, go to Automatic Import and select the XML Auto Import option.
Start XML Auto Import by going to Import/Export Data >>XML Auto Import. Then click the start button. Once done, return to the eCC Dashboard.
|1)||Select the order that you want to ship and click Process Shipping. This will open up the Shipping Module. The shipping charge and shipping method requested are also captured from the order.|
|2)||If needed, the Ship to and Ship from addresses can also be edited from here. Click and make the necessary modifications, then click save.|
|3)||On the right hand side, make sure that UPS WorldShip is the shipping processor.|
|4)||Select your shipping parameters for the current shipment. Go to the options tab to set various options for the shipment. If you want to print a return label as well, select the 'Shipment Return Service' and choose the appropriate return service provider. Remember that if you have this option selected, at the time you are printing your label, you will be asked if you want to print both the shipment and return label or only the return label.|
|5)||Once you have selected the options, Click Generate label in the process shipping window to create a label for UPS WorldShip.|