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Inaccurate Dimensions captured by Uniware
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Uniware users how do you ensure the accurate packing dimensions are captured at the time of processing the orders? 

Uniware by default uses 10*8*5 cms as packing dimensions and 399grams as default weight.

What needs to do be done?

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#2
I think you need to update the same in product master.

We have never done the same. Nor does it get pushed to marketplaces.
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#3
Next to channel there is package type. Add the package type there and select it before processing the order invoice.
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(11-06-2016, 05:50 PM)dineshvjain Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.Uniware users how do you ensure the accurate packing dimensions are captured at the time of processing the orders? 

Uniware by default uses 10*8*5 cms as packing dimensions and 399grams as default weight.

What needs to do be done?

Thanks

Hi,

Please find the solution for the query raised by you.

A package dimension can easily be updated for packed shipments. This can be done during the step of printing labels.

Follow these simple steps to do it:



1. Select the shipments in packed state and apply action "Print Labels"


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2. Find the field "Shipping Package Type Code". You can either take the DEFAULT value in it and press NEXT. Or you can reject this value by hitting "X" button and editing the dimensions of the selected package(s).



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Please note: You have to select either the Shipping Package type code or update the dimensions. Doing both together will be meaningless.


3. The package dimensions l, b, h are in mm.


4. Hit the tick button to save the changes.

5. Click "Allocate Courier" to get the updated Shipping Package to "Ready to Ship" state.


Please note: Editing of dimensions is currently supported for Amazon, as other marketplaces have not provided the relevant APIs.
It will also send the dimensions on shipping providers which are integrated with APIs in Uniware.
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